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I have gradually become accustomed to reading with my Amazon Kindle instead of with a book and the experience is slowly losing some of its strangeness
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There are half a dozen eBook formats that you should know about. From what works on a Kindle to XML-based OpenOffice formats, check these out.
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What do the e-textbooks of the future actually look like? Who is making them? These companies are the big names you should keep an eye on.
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As a student you do not want to spend too much money on tech. So what are the pieces of tech used by college students these days?
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This new screen is like something you'd expect to see in Back to the Future. But it's not science fiction. PaperTab could be headed to a tablet near you.
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The Kindle is one of the most popular devices on the market, especially in education. We talk about apps available for the Kindle and other devices on a regular basis, but it's important to remember that the Kindle is...
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Big news for the textbook rental industry. Amazon is now offering a rental service just in time for the start of the upcoming school year. They're saying it's going to save students as much as 70% off the typical retail price.
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In lieu of explosive eReader growth, this infographic shows some statistical surprises about our collective reading habits.
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Got a minute? Literally just one minute? Take a close look at this new infographic from our partners over at Online Universities. It's a great way to quickly look at the tools affecting major change in classrooms around the world.
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Thanks to iPads, Kindles, and other technology, the problem of students lugging around heavy backpacks may be a thing of the past...eventually. Right now, heavy backpacks are downright dangerous.
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Educational aspects of the new Amazon Kindle Fire are endless, from basic applications to the most useful tools teachers can use in order to maximize their time with every student.
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Amazon's own Black Friday deal is a good one: they'll be selling the last-gen-but-still-good Kindle 2 for just $89, starting at Noon EST on Friday. They'd like to remind you it uses the same e-ink tech as the curren...
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The NOOKcolor is, as the name indicates, a color e-book reader and touchscreen tablet. It’s going to retail for $249 and is expected to start shipping on November 19. The NOOKcolor features a 7-inch backlit IPS ...
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In a satirical and quite witty "study," McSweeney's has just unveiled the results of its latest test: deciding which e-reader is the best. They studied iPads, Kindles, Nooks, and Newspapers. That's right. They compar...
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Amazon announced that its June 2010 Kindle e-book sales nearly doubled its hardcover book sales (180% higher). While many of those e-books were self-published books for as low as $1 (and even though traditional pap...