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Amazon Kindle holiday shopping weekend sales doubled this year

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, ...
by Andrew GrushNovember 27, 2012

Half-priced Angry Birds games available from Amazon before Star Wars version launch

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.
by Varun RajNovember 6, 2012

Amazon Whispercast offers easy way to manage Kindle deployments across organizations

With more organizations and schools moving away from traditional books and manuals to digital content, it only makes sense that Amazon wants to be there to grab a big piece of that pie. ...
by Andrew GrushOctober 18, 20121

What’s wrong with the Kindle Paperwhite? Amazon explains

Amazon has taken the unusual step of releasing a short message about the Kindle Paperwhite's “limitations”, which include a lack of audio and Text-to-Speech functionality, uneven light ...
by Simon HillOctober 15, 20123

Amazon makes no profit on Kindle device sales

The outspoken Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, revealed yesterday that Amazon makes no profit on Kindle devices. He explained in a BBC interview that the aim is to get Amazon’s tablets and ...
by Simon HillOctober 12, 20126

Amazon’s book lending program to be extended in the UK, Germany and France

Amazon's Kindle Owners' Lending Library is finally making its way from the US all the way to Europe. The service will be introduced to France, Germany, and the UK in the coming months. ...
by Brendan LynchOctober 12, 20121

Technology behind the Kindle Paperwhite explained [video]

The Kindle Paperwhite is popular. So popular in fact, that unless you've already preordered it, you won't be able to get your hands on it until October 22. While you wait for your order ...
by Kristofer WoukSeptember 29, 2012

New Google Play Books update lets you look up words, highlight passages

Google's just announced a new update to their Google Play Books application that finally makes it somewhat comparable to the competition. Starting today, people who buy books from the ...
by ŠtefanSeptember 25, 20126

Amazon Kindles are no longer available for purchase from your local Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart, America's largest supermarket chain that sells damn near everything at prices so low you start to wonder how people in China survive, has decided to stop selling Amazon's ...
by ŠtefanSeptember 21, 20121

Amazon to offer in-app purchases of real-world goods

We've heard of how Amazon is positioning itslef as a leader in the mobile industry through its content business. While the Kindle lineup has been a popular low-priced tablet due to its ...
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 10, 2012
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