Bigme is a company that has a strong track record of making digital paper-type products, with a strong emphasis on AI and note-taking. The one thing missing from their portfolio is a dedicated ebook reader. The company has just unveiled the Bigme Read, a 6-inch e-reader designed to compete against the Kobo Nia, Nook Glowlight 4e and even the entry-level Kindle. The Read has … [Read more...] about Bigme Read is a 6-inch ebook reader with Google Play
TCL has another interesting tablet device to offer in the form of the NxtPaper 12 Pro. Interesting because the company isn’t claiming it to be a color e-paper device this time, much as they did with the NxtPaper 11. That said, there is almost nothing here with the 12 Pro that differentiates it from the NxtPaper 11 so far as the display is concerned, save for a larger 12-inch … [Read more...] about The TCL NxtPaper 12 Pro can be best for work and play without hurting your eyes. A Review
Pilot initially teased the Dr.Grip WACOM/EMR stylus at a trade show in Japan a few years ago. The stylus looked like it was a concept at the time and never got a first release date until now. The Dr.Grip is finally available to be purchased from the Good e-Reader Store for $59.99. This new Wacom accessory pen has a Pilot Dr. Grip pen design. The thick pen grip of the Dr. … [Read more...] about Review of the Pilot Dr. Grip Digital WACOM and EMR Stylus
Only two brands have developed a series of primary and secondary E INK displays for your computer, Dasung and Onyx Boox. Dasung has been focused on its product line for a long time, releasing close to 7 different monitors over the years; Dasung is currently funding its latest device on Indiegogo, which features a 25-inch monitor with E INK Kaleido 3 colour e-paper. Onyx Boox … [Read more...] about Bigme is going to release a All-in-one PC with E Ink Color Display
Amazon held their annual devices event this week, and there was no Kindle. The company did announce a few new Fire TV sticks, Fire HD 10 tablets, soundbar and several Alexa products. Does this mean there won't be a new Kindle this year? Last year, at the devices event, the Kindle Scribe was unveiled and put up for sale a couple of days later. Previous generation e-readers, such … [Read more...] about Why did Amazon not announce a new Kindle at their devices event?
E Ink showcased its lineup of color e-paper display technologies at the China Shenzhen IoTE International Internet of Things Expo which included the upgraded E Ink Prism 3S color-shifting electronic paper display, TechNews reported. The latest color e-paper display was showcased for the very first time, with the company claiming better color reproduction capabilities over its … [Read more...] about E Ink unveils new Prism 3S color-shifting e-paper display with enhanced color vibrancy
Image credit: ign Shonen Jump (a weekly manga anthology magazine published in Japan by Shueisha) has revealed its three big names for NEXTWAVE. Who is on the list? It's Kagurabachi. The NextWave has had big names in the past, One Piece and My Hero Academia, which is near its end. Like all, the magazine fans wondered what the other big names would create a revolution in the … [Read more...] about Kagurabachi – Shonen Jump’s New Series is Anticipated to be a big hit Even Before the Release
Image credit: lillypad The LillyPad.ai App has launched a new feature, "OpenBook," the world's first Personal AI Book Club. LillyPad.ai is a popular AI-powered App that is an English learning application for intermediate and advanced learners. Moreover, it is useful if you want to build ESL (English as a Second Language), EFL (English as a Foreign Language), or native … [Read more...] about LillyPad.ai Launches “OpenBook” – A Personal AI Book Club Feature
Image credit: yahoo Gboard, Google's flagship keyboard, has started rolling out its brand-new Proofread feature for beta version on Android. Launched in Gboard version 13.4, the feature shows up in the toolbar of the keyboard of Android users. Tap “Proofread”; it will process your text and make suggestions for fixing spelling or grammar errors. Meanwhile, you’ll see the … [Read more...] about Have You Tried Gboard’s ‘Proofread’ AI Feature?
Amazon recently hosted its much-anticipated 2023 Devices & Services event, and true to expectations, it introduced an array of cutting-edge smart home products. These innovative devices are set to hit the market next month, just in time to captivate shoppers for the upcoming holiday season. In the lead-up to the product launch, Amazon has scheduled the Amazon Early Access … [Read more...] about Amazon unveils exciting lineup of smart home products and AI-enhanced Alexa at 2023 Devices & Services Event
In a recent legal battle, Amazon emerged triumphant as a Delaware federal jury ruled in favor of the tech giant, stating that certain features within Amazon Music and Kindle e-reader applications did not constitute patent infringement, Reuters reported. Specifically, these features pertain to the ability to search for specific segments within song lyrics and audiobooks. The … [Read more...] about Amazon emerges victorious in jury trial concerning Kindle and Amazon Music App technologies
Onyx Boox has today unveiled the upgraded version of the Leaf 2 e-reader, known as the Leaf 3. The e-reader comes with a 7-inch 300-PPI E-ink screen along with an upgraded processor and memory. According to what the company revealed, the new Leaf 3 now comes with an upgraded processor so that it now features an octa-core processor, which can be considered a considerable upgrade … [Read more...] about Onyx Boox Leaf 3 e-reader with 7-Inch 300 PPI E Ink Carta 1200 display launched in China
Onyx Boox has officially launched the Tab8C color E Ink tablet featuring a 7.8-inch Kaleido 3 panel. This enables the Tab8C color E-ink tablet to have a color pixel density of 150 PPI and a black-and-white pixel density of 300 PPI. The display supports 4096 colors with Onyx Boox further claiming the Tab8C uses BSR-Color+ self-developed color calibration technology. This, the … [Read more...] about Onyx Boox Tab8C Color E-Ink tablet with 7.8-Inch Kaleido 3 panel launched in China
Amazon Prime members are in for a treat right now - the company's flagship e-reader device, the Kindle Scribe is now available to buy for Prime members for up to 22 percent discount. This applies to all models of the Kindle Scribe so that the 16 GB Kindle Scribe with the Kindle Pen can now be bought for $265, which is $75 less than the $340 that the device otherwise sells for. … [Read more...] about Kindle Scribe now selling for up to 22% discount for Prime Members
Attention self-published authors: Successful business magnates such as Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and Richard Branson have championed word-of-mouth marketing as the most effective and cost-efficient form of promotion. Why should we care about the opinions of three multibillionaires whose only published works are business manuals and autobiographies? You probably already know … [Read more...] about Building an Engaged Reader Base: Essential Strategies for Indie Authors in The Digital Age
To combat the utter avalanche of AI-generated ebooks, Amazon is doing something about it. They have limited self-published ebooks to only three a day. Why are they doing this now? There have been several high-profile cases where AI books have increased the Amazon website. This past June, their bestseller pages were taken over by ebooks written by ChatGPT and other AI writing … [Read more...] about Amazon limits self-published ebooks to only 3 a day