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Like the iPhone 4S is merely an update to the insides of the iPhone 4, the Kindle Keyboard 3G is simply an evolution of the Kindle 3G that was released last year. It sports the same physical QWERTY keyboard, 6-inch E Ink screen, and soft-touch finish. In fact, if you have a Kindle 3G, you can upgrade the software and people will think you have the latest Kindle. But it's the features inside that software update--combined with new features Amazon has rolled out over the last year--that make this device newsworthy.Now you can lend books to other Kindle owners, borrow books from your local library, rent textbooks, easily toggle the voice guide feature on and off, and download your archived personal documents on your eReader. Plus, you can use Whispersync to automatically keep your personal documents up to date across devices, and, of course, read books, magazines, and newspapers on the easy-on-the-eyes screen. So how do these features affect our impressions of Amazon's top-of-the-line eReader?Editor's Note: Portions of this review were taken from the Kindle and Kindle 3G reviews.Right down to the graphite paint job and soft-touch back coating, Amazon's Kindle Keyboard 3G looks identical to the Amazon Kindle 3G.
By TechRadar, published 23-12-2011
8 brilliant gadgets that totally failed to launchWhat would an alternate universe look like where Microsoft dominated with a slick newspaper-ready tablet, HP had won the smartphone wars, and we were all carrying around a Palm Foleo? Well, it'd certainly be one that is not quite so Apple-centric. And what's more, it could have happened. These gadgets and gizmos almost made it into the limelight, bu...
By TechRadar, published 16-12-2011
TechRadar's best gear of 2011Every year, we review hundreds of bits of hardware here at TechRadar, and every year the standard gets better and better. The phones get more advanced, the PCs get faster and the TVs get a picture quality we never though possible.Of course, it can be hard to follow all those reviews, especially when some products get so much hype, but turn out to be disappointing.Well,...
By TechRadar, published 15-12-2011
Best free Android apps: 1-25OK, so the Android Market is more akin to Lidl or Asda than the iPhone's enormous, indulgent Selfridges-at-Christmas time approach, but the open source nature of Google's OS means there are plenty of apps for Android to be found.Most of the good stuff on Android is free, thanks to the work of developers who do it for love alone. So here's our pick of the top free Androi...
By MaximumPC, published 21-11-2011
Do you even need a tablet? If so, which one? We review the current crop of tablet mainstays. We explain the hardware and OS features that matter the most. Follow along as we unravel what tablets are actually good for. When a consumer electronics category confuses the masses, it’s usually because the technology is hard to understand on a fundamental level. Have you ever tried to explain texture ...
By TechRadar, published 21-11-2011
9 challenges facing Windows 8The news is full of tablets but popular as they are, they're still a tiny fraction of the million PCs that ship every day. That's one of the things Microsoft is counting on with Windows 8; that it can build on the scale of PC sales to sell tablets with the same Windows 8 Metro experience. But Android and iPad aren't the only challenges Windows 8 is going to have to ove...