Amazon has officially bought Liquavista, the e-ink company that was previously on Samsung's books.
E-reader maker Kobo plans to buy the digital publishing company in order to add more media to its catalog.
A new Kindle has shown up at the FCC suggesting that Amazon may have a regular Kindle ready to rock alongside the Kindle Fire 2.
Sony has unveiled the Reader PRS-T2, its latest touchscreen ereader that boasts two months of reading time.
The black and white world of ereading is about to get a bit more colourful: Amazon is reportedly planning an Amazon Kindle Colour for the second half of this year.
Amazon's US top 100 electronics sales list has shown just how powerful its Kindle brand, with the all but the top offering made up of the various flavours of ebook reader, and the Kindle Fire tablet taking top slot with a bullet.
The tablet market may be casting a dark shadow over the future of the ebook reader, but there are still two big-name manufacturers out there who believe that a dedicated reading device is what consumers want.
CES 2010Samsung's new eBook reader is certainly an interesting prospect, not least because of the tie-up with Google Books. The key boon of the Samsung E6 and E101 devices is the touchscreen, so it's also a note-taking device, too.
IRex today unveiled the IREX DR800SG - a sleek, 8.1-inch, touchscreen eReader that offers multi-mode 3G wireless capabilities.
Barnes & Noble announced today the launch of the Barnes & Noble eBookstore, enabling customers to buy eBooks and read them on a wide range of platforms, including the iPhone and iPod touch, BlackBerry smartphones, as well as most Windows and Mac laptops or full-sized desktop computers. In addition, Barnes & Noble announced that it will be the exclusive eBookstore provider on the forthcoming and much anticipated Plastic Logic eReader device.