Topic / kindle

ICYMI: Sync your reading progress between Kindle books and Audible audiobooks with Whispersync for Voice

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Time for some Real Talk: reading takes up a lot of time. Seriously, even with my happy-go-lucky uni lifestyle I can hardly get in 1 hour of reading on my Kindle every day, meaning I usually only read around 4 books a year. This is despite the fact that, somehow, I find the time to listen to around 10 hours worth of podcasts every week. But there’s a reason behind that divide: I […]

Amazon press conference is happening September 28th AEST, probably for rumoured Kindle tablet

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A number of news websites, such as This Is My Next and the Wall Street Journal, have recieved email invitations to an Amazon press conference. While the invite is very non-specific about what’s going to happen at the conference, we’re expecting the announcement of the long awaited Amazon Kindle tablet or just another Kindle. The conference will be happening at Midnight on Wednesday September 28 AEST. The tablet, which has […]

Kindle 3 Software Update brings ‘real page-numbers’, public notes

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Amazon has just released an ‘early preview’ of the next update for the Kindle eBook reader. The new update is expected to be released wirelessly to all Kindle 3 owners soon but there is no word on whether Kindle 1, 2 and DX owners will get the update. Big hugs for you guys. Until the official release, adventurous users can manually download the preview software from the Amazon website. The […]

Morning Briefing: Tuesday 21 December

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for Tuesday 21 December, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Motorola is said to be showing off a new tablet at CES, according to a new teaser video released by the company. It’s said to be competing against the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The UK is debating a way […]

Google launches eBookstore

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If the Kindle Store or Apple iBookstore aren’t doing it for you, Google has just launched their own eBookstore, creatively named Google ebookstore. While it’s currently only in the US (sigh), it does look quite promising.


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