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How to Use E-book Readers and Tablets as Tools for Research

It is often claimed that superficial and occasional readers are more likely to “succumb” to the lures of e-book reading devices, whereas “serious” readers will always prefer printed books. However, studies conducted among e-book users have steadily shown them to be avid readers, who read books in all formats and for a number of reasons,…

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Tech Digest CorrespondentHow to Use E-book Readers and Tablets as Tools for Research
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The Nook GlowLight comes to the UK TODAY – here’s our review!

The name “Kindle” has become almost synonymous with e-book readers, but Amazon’s device isn’t the only game in town. Kobo has been around for some time now and now Barnes and Noble is back with its latest device: The Nook GlowLight. But does it deserve a glowing review? Read on to find out. The Hardware…

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James O'MalleyThe Nook GlowLight comes to the UK TODAY – here’s our review!

Tablets killed the eReader star: Sales of dedicated reading devices on the decline

eReader sales are beginning to decline following the rise of inexpensive, high quality tablet devices. Research by iSuppli suggests that the eReader market peaked back in 2011, when 20 million devices were shipped, with their findings leading to the prediction…

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Gerald LynchTablets killed the eReader star: Sales of dedicated reading devices on the decline

Retro toys to sell big, as UK is expected to spend £6.4bn online this Christmas

With the Christmas shopping season now in full-swing, the items that are set to be the must-have gifts this festive period are starting to rear their heads. With UK shoppers expected to spend £6.4 billion online this year according to…

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Gerald LynchRetro toys to sell big, as UK is expected to spend £6.4bn online this Christmas

CES 2010: Final Thoughts

The Consumer Electronics show, the behemoth of tech, the Valhalla of gadgetry, has come and gone for yet another year. But this time, rather than arriving with a bang, it slinked into sight with something more like a whimper. CES…

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Gerald LynchCES 2010: Final Thoughts