The ereader experience, text, and prose

November 10, 2013 // 1 Comment

This article picks up on some comments made on my recent piece on display technology for ereaders, which basically implied that no ereader screen, no matter how perfect its [...]

New mobile apps from Flipboard, Evernote

December 10, 2011 // 0 Comments

This past week, Google launched its new Flipboard-alike Currents app, but Flipboard hasn’t been standing still either. The company launched a scaled-down version of its [...]

I love my Kobo by Mark Meadows

May 3, 2011 // 8 Comments

I purchased a Borders-discounted Kobo Reader for my father at his request and set it up for him a few weeks ago. Now he has contributed a review of his experience with the [...]

The Kindle makes another convert

April 26, 2010 // 2 Comments

64-year-old British writer Max Hastings, a self-professed technological traditionalist, has a new best friend—an Amazon Kindle. He first encountered it in Kenya, of all [...]

How Sony lost its way

March 4, 2010 // 4 Comments

Gizmodo has kicked off a series of articles called “We Miss You, Sony” about how Sony, a company that used to be on top of the world thanks to the Walkman, the compact [...]
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