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What's the best device if you want to embrace a post-paper reading world? That all depends on whether you want a dedicated reading device or a more versatile tablet.
Planning on traveling during the holidays? Then you'll need to decide which of your tech gadgets you need to bring along. Here's how to figure that out.
Whether you're looking to back up your Kindle books or read them on another device, you'll need to remove the DRM.
No longer limited to Chrome users, the Send to Kindle extension is now available for Firefox.
Amazon's new Send to Kindle browser extension for Google Chrome makes it a snap to make Web pages mobile.
With a few tools and tricks, you can transform your Kindle DX e-reader into a second screen for your Windows computer.
Your new iPad needn't relegate your old one to a neglected spot on your nightstand. With minimal effort, you can convert the older one into a dedicated e-reading tablet.
Here's how to sync your photos, videos, and music to your Android phone with DoubleTwist for Windows.
Here's how to convert ePub files into a format that you can read on your Kindle.
No Android device is really yours unless you have root access. Here's how to install the Android SDK and root your Kindle Fire.
If two weeks isn't enough time to finish the e-book you borrowed for your Kindle (and possibly your Nook), you may be able to keep it longer.
With just a little searching, you can find and download free, legal ebooks for your e-reader, smartphone, or tablet.
Forget the hassles of "rooting" your Nook, installing special ROMs, and all that. With one inexpensive expansion card, you can dual-boot Android and the Nook OS, easy-peasy.