Amazon is all set to announce their new Kindle tablet PC cum eReader at a press conference to be held in the New York City. Amazon Kindle tablet would be a Android based tablet with all of the Amazon’s services / content pre-installed and tablet’s price model would be very much affordable. Check out the more details about the Amazon Kindle Tablet announcement event.
Barnes & Nobile has officially announced that the new pre-ordered Nook Simple Touch Reader devices have started shipping. Check out the more details about the shipment of the new Nook devices and you also place an order on it from here.
Amazon has introduced a new ad-supported Amazon Kindle 3G edition eReader at just $164, which saves you $25 over regular Amazon Kindle 3G (Wi-Fi + 3G) edition. Learn more about the Amazon Kindle 3G with special offers and sponsored screensavers and buy it from here.
Kobo has officially announced it new eReader Touch Edition which is now available for pre-order with a price tag of $129.99 at various stores. Check out the more details, and features of the Kobo eReader Touch Edition here.
According to the products selling website HSN, Nook Color will be getting Flash support and apps in April update. Check out the more details here.
Android Honeycomb OS for Nook Color is now available for download from xda-developers. But the full functionality is missing. Accelerometer, touchscreen, buttons, wireless connectivity, Sleep/Wake features and of course the Graphics acceleration features also available for the tablet with the Honeymb OS preview now. Check out the more details and download it here.
Developers have started hacking the various devices by booting the Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Google’s latest release Honeycomb SDK preview has been rooted to the Android based full color e-reader, NookColor. And the results are pretty impressive but still, many functions are not working. Check out the image and get to know what plans are developers having.