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E Ink

Jason Gilbert

Barnes & Noble Outs Revolutionary New Tablet

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Gilbert | Posted 04.12.2012 | Technology

E Ink readers like the Kindle and the NOOK are great for reading in the sunshine, but when it gets dark out, you face a problem: You either have to at...

WATCH: Flexible Smartphone Makes Calls When You Bend It

Posted 10.27.2011 | Technology

Justin Meyers Apple's iPhone is considered one of the best smartphones in the world. Many cell phone makers have tried to take down the juggernau...

The Technium: What Books Will Become

kk.org | Posted 06.15.2011 | Books

A book is a self-contained story, argument, or body of knowledge that takes more than an hour to read. A book is complete in the sense that it contain...

Hacking the Kindle

Matt Sledge | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Matt Sledge

Developers, jailbreakers and pirates are setting their sights on the Kindle, coming up with some surprisingly useful software for the purposefully stripped-down device. Will Amazon care?

Color Comes To E Ink Screens

NYTimes.com | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

E-book readers are lightweight and use little power, but most have a distinct disadvantage to colorful tablet computers: their black-and-white display...

Next Kindle To Include Animation? (VIDEO) A Peek At The Next Generation Of eReaders

Huffington Post | Catharine Smith | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

*See video below* E Ink, the display provider for the Amazon Kindle and Nook e-readers, is working on the next generation of its technology. Pr...

iPad Revolution? Maybe, But There's Still Much To Be Said For Kindle (New York Review)

The New York Review of Books | Sue Halpern | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

When Steve Jobs projected the image of the iPad after his damned-with-faint-praise nod to the Kindle, the Kindle looked comically out of date, a relic...

eReader Screens May Not Actually Cause Eye Strain

The New York Times | NICK BILTON | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

The act of reading is going through a number of radical transitions, but perhaps none is more fundamental than the shift from reading on paper to read...

What Is the Kindle's Future?

Stephanie Vaughn Hapke | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Stephanie Vaughn Hapke

While the jury is still out on the iPad's ability to replace the typical eReader, the very thought must strike concern with Amazon and the other companies with readers on the market, or coming in short order.

iPad vs. Kindle Again: Will The New Color Readers Make E-Ink Obsolete? (PHOTOS, POLL)

The Huffington Post | Jessie Kunhardt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Reviews of the iPad are flooding in from around the world, and one of the features people are most excited about is the device's eReader capabilities ...

Apple's iSlate: The Kindle Killer

J.S. McDougall | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
J.S. McDougall

If the latest swirl of rumors is true and Apple plans to release a tablet computer, or iSlate, early next year, you can bet your life it will put the Kindle to shame when it comes to digital content delivery.

Kurzweil's Blio Brings Color And Pictures To eReaders

Wired | Charlie Sorrel | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Ray Kurzweil, who thought up pretty much everything, ever, has entered the e-book fray. Due to debut at CES in Las Vegas next week, Kurzweil's Blio co...

Color Displays Coming to E-Readers?

PC World | Harry McCracken | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Mirasol's technology produces screens that look a lot like the E-Ink ones found on nearly every e-reader to date-they're unilluminated and therefore l...

Spending Our Way Into the Apocalypse

Andrew Sargus Klein | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Andrew Sargus Klein

The whole scenario found in this month's Esquire verges on gallows humor.

Amazon Kindle Review: It'll Make You Smarter and Richer, Kind Of, But Not Really

Dave Burdick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Dave Burdick

I could hand this to my friends or my parents and feel confident that they could read with it -- it might be easier to use than an iPod (but, importantly, it's not easier to use than a book).

Esquire Demonstrates How to Make Green Technology Really Wasteful

Dave Burdick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Dave Burdick

Imagine my dismay when I read today about the amazingly un-green way in which Esquire, to which I subscribe, will be employing the E Ink technology next month.