Amazon’s rumored purchase of Samsung’s Liquavista unit could be the key to that full-color Kindle you’ve always wanted.
The CST 01 is just 0.8 millimeters thick.
The much-delayed Pebble E-Ink smartwatch is almost here.
The Kindle Paperwhite is Amazon’s best e-reader yet — but you won’t be able to get it for a while.
Amazon‘s long-rumored tablet, dubbed simply the Kindle, is “very real” and headed your way this November for $250, reports TechCrunch’s MG Siegler.
Expect to hear the somewhat disturbing term “electrowetting” thrown around over the next few years. Samsung announced yesterday that it completed its buyout of Liquavista, a company focused on next-generation electrowetting display technology, last month.
Hanvon, China’s largest e-book manufacturer, will be debuting the first device to use a color E Ink display on Tuesday, according to a report by the New York Times.
It was only a matter of time. Amazon will be introducing a 14-day lending feature for Kindle ebooks later this year, the Kindle team announced yesterday. The move brings the Kindle up to date with Barnes and Noble’s rival Nook e-reader, which has touted 14-day book lending as a key feature since it launched last year.