The Best Tablets for 2023

Pocket-lint lists its best tablets for 2023.

Lenovo Tab Extreme Tablet Reviewed

9TO5Google reviews the Lenovo Tab Extreme Tablet.

Onyx Boox Palma eBook Reader Reviewed

GoodeReader reviews the Onyx Boox Palma eBook Reader.

Barnes and Noble Nook Glowlight 4 Plus eReader Reviewed

Wired reviews the Barnes and Noble Nook Glowlight 4 Plus eReader.

Onyx Boox Tab Mini C eReader Reviewed

TechRadar reviews the Onyx Boox Tab Mini C eReader.

Kindle Personal Documents Now Sent in KFX Format

The reports that Kindle Personal Documents will now be sent in KFX Format.

Make Amazon Kindle a Workable Text Editor

BoingBoing says you can use your Kindle eBook Reader as a text editor.

Bigme All-in-one Desktop Computer with 25.3-inch E INK Color Display

Liliputing reports on the Bigme all-in-one desktop computer with 25.3-inch E INK color display.

Book Printing Post-Covid

Publishers Weekly takes a look at the book printing industry post-Covid. Apparently, legacy publishing’s attempts to price eBooks out of the competition may not be enough to win the game in the long run.  There are too many positives to digital books and the consumers know it.


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