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Dulin's Books rolls out PocketBook 360, 301+ ereaders in the US Kobo quietly launches Vox Android tablet with 7-inch display, Gingerbread, $200 price tag Kindle Fire vs. Nook Tablet...fight! PocketBook, primarily known for its e-readers, introduced the A 10 this week at IFA -- that's "A" for...

September 3rd 2011 at 3:17pm 0 Comments
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When one MMO dies, it forces us to look at the rest of the bunch through the sunglasses of mortality. Games we didn't think twice about last week suddenly gain new relevance as we try to imagine a post-apocalyptic world where they cease to exist. I've always thought that our hobby is built on a s...

June 30th 2011 at 3:00pm 0 Comments
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Porting Doom to unexpected devices may be one of the oldest tricks in the game-porting book, but seeing it (or Doom 2, no less) run in a somewhat playable fashion on an e-reader is still a feat worth noting. That was recently done on the as yet unreleased PocketBook 360 Plus e-reader, apparently in...

April 8th 2011 at 2:07am 0 Comments
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Remember the Mirasol Android tablet that Pocketbook's been teasing about since late November? Well, this could be it. Spotted in a new promotion video from Qualcomm, this slate sports a front-facing camera, four soft keys below the outdoor-friendly color display (likely to be of the bog-standard 5....

January 5th 2011 at 4:50pm 0 Comments
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Upstart company you've never heard of suddenly selling not one but two ebook readers in the US? Yeah, these are rebadge jobs, but at least one of 'em -- the PocketBook 360 -- is a slightly new variation on a theme. From the looks of it, this one is a new / different version of an ereader most recen...

November 9th 2009 at 1:56pm 0 Comments
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Trust us, solar-cell covered handbags are far from revolutionary, but Noon Solar's Fall Collection strikes our style bone just right. The Willow, Cortland and Logan (pictured) totes all boast a two-sided design that enables the "weather-proof" solar panel to face outward or inward depending on your...

November 26th 2007 at 6:40pm 0 Comments
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It's not like we haven't seen RFID in luggage before, but a highly focused company is looking to make that niche blossom into a thriving industry with its latest BagChip system. RFID Limited is currently marketing its chipped luggage tags to airline industries as a means of reducing human error and...

February 23rd 2007 at 3:12am 0 Comments