As the brands and models of e-book readers proliferate, it is obvious e-books have come to be an integral part of the reading experience. Find out which e-book readers are best for your needs, how to acquire books to read, and how best to use them.
Once you’ve decided that you need an e-reader, you may feel overwhelmed by the choices - there are a lot of them! The Kindle alone has had nearly a dozen different options. From the technology behind the popular e-reader to helpful tips on how to use the device, here’s a guide to the Amazon Kindle.
Whether reading on a long flight or before bed, e-readers are a valuable asset to any book-lover. Reading in the dark or in dim lighting is no longer a problem with a light specifically designed for e-readers. Here are five of the best e-reader lights.
Amazon has always kept tight lips about its sales figures, both for Kindle units and books sold. This makes it hard to know exactly how many people read Kindle books but with information from a few studies it is possible to get a good estimate.
The NOOK Color is the best cheap alternative tablet computer on the market today. What, you say? That’s an e-book reader? Of course it is - but, and this is a big but, it runs on the Google Android operating system. With a bit of modification it can become a full fledged tablet with Wi-Fi for $249.
Have a new Nook and wondering how to move pictures from your PC to the Nook Color? This article will show you how to transfer the pictures to your device.
Purchased a new Nook and have questions? This article will show you how to transfer eBooks from Barnes & Noble to your Nook.
Want to learn how to download library books to Nook? This article will show you how to use Overdrive, an eBook database many libraries use, to download books to your Nook.
If you own a Kindle you need to know how to enable Whispernet. The Kindle uses the Whispernet 3G cellular data service to connect to the Amazon store and purchase books.
Hate to put your story down for fear of losing your place? This article will show you how to bookmark your book no matter which Kindle you own.