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Print books may not be dead yet, but ebooks are undoubtedly the future. They're space-saving, environmentally friendly, and often cheaper than their dead-tree counterparts. Ereaders and tablets are...
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The cheapest Kindle is now cheaper with Amazon's $114 sale price, says GottaBeMobile. There are other perks to the sale, too: $20 gift cards for just $10 and $1 album downloads. However, there... Read more on gottabemobile.com »
Your iPad may have been expensive, so you want the books you download onto it to be cheap. Luckily, you can get free eBooks from a few sources, according to this PC World story. The story... Read more on PC World »
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If you long for the days when you could get paperbacks for a dime, check out these cheap book buying tips on Richmond.com. Of course, a dime isn't quite a dime any longer either, but cheap reads... Read more on Richmond.com »
Border's is now right up there with the big guns in the cheap e-reader market. The Christian Science Monitor reports on the new Kobo, set for a holiday-season launch, that will match the standard-setting... Read more on The Christian Science Monitor »
Our research found a few quality cheap ebook readers costing less than $150. When shopping for an eReader, examining the battery life is as important as reviewing the feature set. Its also essential... Read more on Cheapism »
You know all those textbooks piled high on your desk? Well, they're soon to be yet another relic of the past. WalletPop has a report on a new iPad app for digital textbooks. It's not perfect -- Read more on Wallet Pop »
If you're an e-book reader hold-out, now might be the time to reconsider. MSNBC reports on a third-generation Kindle, priced at a cheap $139, that's got built-in Wi-Fi and other nifty features that... Read more on MSNBC »
Some handy little digital helpers are hitting the market just as the back-to-college shopping season is about to start. Technewsdaily has the news on an expanded array of services and products for... Read more on Technewsdaily »
The market for knock-off iPads sure is getting crowded. PC Magazine reviews the latest entry and tells you what to expect for $200. Read more on PC Magazine »
Good things come to those who wait. In this case, it's a cheap e-reader. With competition heating up in the e-reader market, Dailyfinance.com reports that Borders will soon start selling its version... Read more on Dailyfinance.com »
Get your cheap iPad look-alike now. The Chinese have done it again with a super-cheap version of the hot Apple device, according to PC Magazine. This one is called the iPed and it runs on Android... Read more on PC Magazine »
The e-reader war has reached a new stage -- and consumers should cheer. GadgetCrave reports that Borders has just released its version of the electronic book platform at a price that sharply undercuts... Read more on Gadget Crave »
As every college student knows, textbooks cost a fortune. There are websites that charge less, of course, but even that model is becoming old school. Wallet Pop writes about the digital textbook... Read more on Wallet Pop »
Did you miss out on the first round of iPad sales but you're really desperate? Not to worry. GadgetsDNA reports you can buy an iPad clone, courtesy of a Chinese company, for a super cheap price. Read more on GadgetsDNA »
Look out Apple -- here comes the competition. Good E-Reader reports that computer giants like HP, Dell, and Acer have a smart touch-screen tablet in the works. And that's great news for consumers, Read more on Good E-Reader »
Tired of trekking to the library? Are your bookshelves overflowing? Electronic readers are all the rage right now so Wallet Pop explores whether these new devices are frugal-friendly. Read more on Wallet Pop »