A teenager was arrested over the weekend for allegedly hitting his mother with a frying pan after she refused to let him use her Kindle.
The move follows recent concern over lithium batteries found in tablets, smartphones and other electronic devices, that some international trade agencies believe could explode while aboard a plane. Companies that make these products currently charge extra for precautionary measures while shipping, mitigating the risk of an explosion, FastCompany.com reports.
There may be more to e-books than consumers realize, and those things add up.
There were no signs the store\’s windows announcing the closing, and many people didn\’t realize this location of the book store chain was closing after Dec. 31.
Google threw down the gauntlet boldly earlier this week with an announcement that proves once again Apple is the team to beat.
An e-reader to get the young kids more into reading may sound like a great idea, but it could have some negative consequences.