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Kids' tech these days is all about the letter T -- for tablets and teaching, said Robin Raskin, president and founder of Living in Digital Times, at Sunday evening's CES Unveiled. The proliferation of tablets is a battle royale, according to Kids@...
Remember e-book readers? You know, those neat little electronic gadgets that let you read digital copies of books, and just books. The Nook. The Kindle. Ringing any bells? If not, ask someone you know who can recall a time before tablets, about two...
El Hartford CourantDetenido en un semáforo en la Calle Main, un día de patrulla, el oficial de Craig Elkin tuvo una pasajera inesperada cuando una anciana se subió a su crucero y exigió que la llevara a Stop & Shop. Diciéndole que policías no suelen dar paseos al...
Tags: Haddam, Middletown
Surging sales of tablet computers are driving a fundamental change in how Americans read books. Twenty-three percent of Americans age 16 and older say they have read an e-book in the last year, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center....
Amazon.com wasted no time putting one of its Kindle tablets on sale to kick off the new year. The Seattle-based online retailer started a monthlong sale on New Year's Day that takes $50 off the 8.9-inch version of its Kindle Fire HD tablet. The...
Amazon.com announced a new monthly subscription service called Freetime Unlimited that gives Kindle owners access to a variety of content for their kids without fear that they may run up the bill. Freetime Unlimited gives kids free access to thousands...
It hasn't even been three months since the iPhone 5 released and already rumors about an iPhone 5S, or even an iPhone 6, are starting to spread on the Internet. Apple comes out with a new version of its smartphone each year, so these rumors are expected...
Tags: Apple iPhone, Google Inc., Apple iPad, New Products
Do you use Google Play? If so, have you noticed that they’ve rolled out a new “Instant Playlist”-generating feature recently? It’s very strange, and kind of cool. Google Play (otherwise and formerly known as Google Music) -- in...
Tags: Miles Davis, Mystery (genre), Libraries, Ornette Coleman, Music
Microsoft and Google have both come out with their own large-size tablets to take on the iPad. So which of the three is the best? We took the fourth-generation iPad, the Google Nexus 10 and the Microsoft Surface and put them through the paces to...
Tags: Gaming, Apple iPhone, Google Nexus 10, Music, Microsoft Surface
Change of SubjectAmazon is already dropping its ebook prices to match Apple’s, in the cases where Apple had priced a book lower than Amazon did. For instance, James Rollin’s Bloodlines and J.A. Jance’s Judgment Call were each $10.94 in the Kindle Store.....
Change of SubjectSunday's print column -- Because I occasionally serve as this newspaper's unsolicited advice columnist — Somebody Nobody Asked™ — hundreds of letters don't cross my desk each week seeking my guidance on topics great and small. Here's a...
Change of SubjectProjections that Amazon would start all but giving away its basic e-reader this week proved premature, at best. The price dropped just $10, from $79 to $69....
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