Parents Rejoice! Sesame Workshop Has Made 110 Sesame Street eBooks Free

If your recent transition to working from home every day was made all the more challenging with a house full of kids not able to go to school, Big Bird and his Sesame Street gang are offering a little relief by making 110 ebooks for kids absolutely free on all the major online book platforms. Read More >>

Amazon’s New Light-Up Kindle Costs Just £70

Amazon's just unveiled its latest Kindle, and it's a bit of a bargain. Read More >>

FINALLY You Can Gift Someone A Kindle Book In The UK

We've been waiting for it since what feels like the dawn of time, but Amazon UK has finally added the ability to give someone a Kindle eBook as a present. Read More >>

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Amazon Just Added a Really Handy New Feature to Kindles and Apps

As great as eReaders are, they still fall short of physical books in a handful of categories (sharing, page flipping, room decoration, smell, etc.). An Amazon update fresh out today should bridge the gap a little bit more. Read More >>

The Cheapest Kindle Just Got Better

Amazon has just announced some nice improvements to the cheapest Kindle. The price is still crazy good at £60, and the battery still lasts for weeks. (It also still has a middling 167 ppi display.) But it’s also thinner, lighter, and now comes in black and white. Read More >>

Leak of New Amazon E-Reader Suggests It’s Flipping Cool

E-readers get a bad rap—probably because there are a lot of illiterate arseholes out there who hate reading. For the rest of us totally wicked people e-readers are amazing and Amazon’s rumoured announcement of a new e-reader is a cause to celebrate. Read More >>

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A Whoopee Cushion Is Your Old-School-Laugh-a-Minute Deal of the Day

Yes, Comic Relief might have been and gone a week ago, but that doesn't mean that the laughter has to end. No way, no how. If anything, it's made our thirst for forced jollity even stronger. Read More >>

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An Amazon Kindle For Just £60 Is Your Books-Evolved Deal of the Day

It's time to decide which side you're on in the e-reading debate. Are you the sort that mewls about technology, whining on about how 'you don't get the smell or the feel of a real, actual book with those computer thingies'? Yeah, or the germs. Read More >>

Original Kindle Is Your Antiquated Gadget Deal of the Day

Now that Amazon has birthed its Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire devices, it could be easy to forget about the classic e-reader, known to most of us as simply ‘the Kindle’. Read More >>

Amazon’s Next Kindle Will Be Front-Lit and Its Next Kindle Fire Will Be Bigger

Reuters is reporting that the next Kindle will be front-lit and will be coming out in July. It's a smart move because it'll let users read their Kindles in the dark and an obvious one for Amazon to make as Barnes and Noble already has a front-lit Nook. Read More >>

Latest-Gen iPod Nano Is Your Sozzlepops, Puke-Green-Only-Guyz Deal of the Day

Normally whenever an MP3 player appears on the scene for less than £50, it’s a shoddy affair. Menus that are hard to navigate, a crappy display and/or the music falls out of the bottom of the thing and ends up all over your shoes. Read More >>

49p Android Apps Are Your Green-Faced-Savings’ Deal of the Day

Brace yourselves because we don’t just have one bargain for you today, but a whole host of them. If you’re an Android device user, get ready to spend some pennies and fill your lonely, useless life up with a world of gaming and apping mayhem. Read More >>

Amazon Built the Kindle Fire Cheaply By Design

The Kindle Fire is a huge deal in part at least because it's so cheap. But reports that Amazon is taking a loss to make the tablet a bargain have been greatly exaggerated. The Kindle Fire is inexpensive by design. Read More >>

New Kindle Highlights the Continuing “Rip-Off Britain” Exchange Rate Misery

"Oh great! A new tech thing has been announced in America for a surprisingly affordable price! Can't wait to... oh" Read More >>

This Is Amazon’s New $99 Kindle Touch

Amazon's new Kindle Touch is $99, with the Kindle Fire tablet costing an equally preposterous $200. The $99 price point is for the Special Offers version, though, so if you need a totally ad-free reader, the no-ads version will run you $139. Read More >>