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With the number of newsreaders littering the mobile sphere, it's almsot surprising that there aren't more niche-specific versions popping up amidst their more general brethren. But that's exactly what The Scientist is -- a no-nonsense, crowdsourced newsreader to keep you up-to-date on the latest and greatest in the scientific world.


Android tablets can run any Android software, but they really shine with tablet-specific apps and programs that can take advantage of the bigger screen. All week, we're rounding up our favourite Android tablet apps. Today: apps to keep up with your feeds and check the facts.


Holy crap, we're covered in Kindles. There are six different Kindles you can choose from at 11 different price points. How ever will you decide? Here's a quick look at all of 'em, and our pre-release pick.


Let's be honest - for the most part, if you're going to buy an eBook reader, you're either going to grab a Kindle or a Kobo. Or maybe, if you feel like splurging, you might grab a Sony Reader. But if you want to grab an e-ink screened reader for a reasonable $250, Millennius has just jumped into the market.


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Asus' Eee Tablet sounds incredible at first - from the company that invented the netbook, a tablet with a specially designed LCD that rivals the convenience of e-ink tech without the lag. But are you still impressed after this clip?


I'm convinced Barnes & Noble has no idea what the hell they're doing. After looking like they were gonna be late, then "oops, we sold out," now Barnes & Noble says that at minimum, they won't have Nooks—even to demo—in actual retail stores until Dec. 7 at the earliest, in order to fill pre-order demand. This is only gonna get more ridiculous, just watch.