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Remember how I mentioned that a Bluetooth speaker is a great way to listen to audiobooks and other media with a Fire tablet, rather than its postage-stamp-sized speaker? As it happens,...

Mike Perry pointed me at a story on MacNN about Apple opening up a new accessibility device section on the online Apple Store.  The store section carries devices to assist Apple...

Library media service Hoopla Digital continues adding media partners. I just got an email from a publicist passing along word that Archie Comics is adding a number of comic titles to...

Though this story is about digital music, it’s still the sort of thing that could someday come around to bite people who read e-books, play video games, or use any sort...

Checking back in on Michael Kozlowski’s IndieGoGo campaign for a 13.3” Android e-ink reader, which we’ve made note of a few times here, we see that it’s currently raised nearly $106,000—about...

The American Library Association (ALA) has just issued some fascinating advice to librarians on how to implement 3D printers in libraries. The new "Practical Advice" report, entitled "Progress in the Making:...

We hear a number of reader complaints about TeleRead’s new format from time to time, and we try to make what changes we can to make it work a little easier...

Bloomberg has shared an extensive analysis of the end of the smartphone growth era. Under the headline "Are Smartphones Doomed to the Same Fate as Personal Computers?", the study warns that,...

Are men from Mars and women from Venus? Opinions vary. But The Guardian reports that a study by reader analytics company Jellybooks finds some interesting differences in the way men and...

Can anything stop the Amazon juggernaut? On Re/Code, Jason Del Rey looks at five things that could potentially slow Amazon down. The article offers some interesting possibilities, but perhaps the most...