We already have Kindle e-readers, tablets and in the not-too-distant future possibly a smartphone. What about Kindle TV? According to a new report from Bloomberg, a Kindle set-top box is currently in the works with a fall release target.
Isn’t it about time you stopped defaulting to Amazon for your online shopping? The retail giant may be efficient, but there are definite question marks when it comes to ethics and the quality of Amazon’s electronics.
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New research just released has confirmed what everyone already knew, that eBook reading is on the up, printed book reading is declining and that the tablet has entered the mainstream.
As we all know, the mobile landscape is stiff with competing ecosystems. With Android and Apple leading the way, Windows is intent on making a strong showing. Amazon has their own ecosystem, but can something so tightly controlled be a long-term success? While we may never see a truly dominant ecosystem, the new battleground that is mobile will be a vital one to gain the lead.
Amazon has been trying to expand more and more lately, rolling out all types of Kindle-related features and services to regions that are outside the U.S. In its latest move, it has launched the Kindle ebook store in China, allowing users of Chinese iOS and Android apps to download and enjoy reading books of their own choosing whenever they like.
Amazon has launched the dedicated page for Canadian version of its Kindle Store. The page enables users to view books from local authors on the main page and see prices in local currency.
Over the weekend, Amazon pushed its Kindle products hard and even temporarily lowered the Kindle Fire down to just $129 for Cyber Monday. Now with the weekend and Cyber Monday over, Amazon has announced that the company’s holiday shopping weekend sales doubled over what they saw last year during this time frame.
Angry Birds prices have been halved by Amazon just before the launch of the Star Wars edition. Originally priced at $2.99, these games are available for $1.49 from Amazon’s Appstore.