Jul 14, 2011 0 Comments
What can you do when you have one of the most famous ereaders in the world and you would like to give the sales a boost? There is nothing more simple than offering it at a nice discount. This is what Amazon announced on not such a lucky day (for some the 13th mya bring bad luck): 3G Kindle at $139. This is not a miracle, it's just a marketing trick.
Of course that the ereader is actually ad-supported adn Amazon is very grateful to AT&T...
Jun 15, 2011 1 Comments
We've got Kindle, Nook is coming up behind with strong forces. Is that all in the ereader market? No, of course not. We still have Kobo and it has just released its eReader Touch Edition. Is it enough for it to start beating some competitors?
Kobo launched the updated version with one day before Barnes&Noble had their new Nook. Unfortunately for the 2 devices, they look alike quite much. The worse part for Kobo is that Nook managed to beco...
Mar 30, 2011 0 Comments
Nothing can compare to the smell of an old book, to the feeling that you have when you turn the pages or the pleasure of offering a book as a gift with a dedication on the first page! However, no one can resist the dust that crawls into all the little spaces on, in, above and under the books or when those wonderful manuscripts pile up, leaving you no space. These considered, I would understand why somebody might prefer an e-reader. Amazon reporte...
Feb 8, 2011 0 Comments
Kindle is the oldest and the most reliable (or so they say) e-reader on the market at this time. Back in 2010, Amazon has manages to sell about 8 million Kindles because of the original idea of this device and all it had to offer in terms of reading books. The point is that Kindle has managed to surpass sales expectations last year and we are hoping to get news half as good for 2011 as well. It seems that Amazon has recently released an update fo...