Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited has its limitations, as do the rumours about the retailing giant’s planned push into Australia. All this and more in the latest episode!
If Kobo Australia’s research is right, the hardcore readers still gravitate towards e-ink devices over tablets or smartphones.
Rejoice, Australia, because Amazon’s launched a local Kindle store with pricing in Australian dollars. But are we getting good value for money?
Amazon has announced it’s opening an Australian Kindle store, as well as offering its new high end Kindle Fire HDX tablets for Aussie consumers.
The Xbox One launch generated lots of excitement online this week, but not all of it was positive enthusiasm. The most prominent point of contention would have to be Microsoft’s stance — such as it is — on games ownership, whether you’re selling on your games or just loaning them to a friend. I’m not
Want something with a geeky obsession to read, but lacking in cash? How about Robert Llewellyn’s (yes, Robert “Kryten” Llewellyn) freshly updated story of how he came to be Kryten? The best part (if you can’t read the headline, that is): It’s only $3.99.
Another day, another Australian eBook store — of a sort. eBooks have been taken up at a great rate — which at least is good for literacy, even though there’s nothing to replace the feel of a real book — and Australian discount book seller QBD has just launched its own eBook store.
A very busy week last week — so busy, that unless you were following my twitter stream intently, you missed out on my plugging my latest work. Something I’ll make up for here. At CNET.com.au, I’ve reviewed a media streamer: AC Ryan Playon!HD Essential: “AC Ryan, as a brand name, sounds rather like the name