If you're a bookworm, an ebook reader can be an important part of your life, one that allows you to read your books whenever and wherever you'd like. But which should you get? Here are five of our favorite models, whether you prefer…
After a four-year hiatus, Target has resumed sales of Amazon's devices, with the devices now available for purchase through Target's website. They will make their way to physical store shelves this fall.
Amazon's Kindle is an exceptional ebook reader, with one notable drawback -- it doesn't support EPUB, one of the most popular ebook formats. If you have some EPUB books you would love to read, here's how to get them working on a Kindle.
Musicians of the world, your dreams just came true. A group of kind souls has come up with a Kindle for sheet music, and it's called the Gvido -- a dual-screen E Ink device that will keep your digital scores organized.
Own a Kindle? Listen up -- this one's relevant to you. If you were an early adopter of one of these popular e-readers, you've got to update your software, and we mean stat. Otherwise your trusty device may go kaput.
Bedtime stories were once the domain of loving mothers, but now, a different female voice will be reading aloud to you. Amazon's Alexa can now narrate Kindle books by way of the Echo -- simply say, "Alex, read [insert Kindle title here]."
In what must be one of the oddest mix-ups for an online shopper to date, Brit James Potten was shocked to discover that inside his delivered package wasn't the eBook reader he was expecting, but instead a human tumor sample.
If you want a more versatile tablet that still makes reading a priority, take a look at Amazon's latest Reader's Edition for the Fire HD 8. The company is offering a year of Kindle Unlimited, and a limited-edition leather case along with…