Amazon has launched its digital book service, Kindle Unlimited. The service will give users unlimited access to over 600,000 titles. The service will also include access to audiobooks as well.
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To celebrate the FAA's new rules on using electronics in aircraft, Amazon is cutting the price of its seven inch Kindle Fire HD and HDX tablets, along with its Kindle eReader, by 15 percent today only
Amazon is listening to customer demands for eBooks and will soon let customers buy digital copies of books they've already purchased for free or a severely reduced rate. The program starts in October.
The specs of Amazon's upcoming Kindle Fire HD tablets have leaked on the internet. It seems the company is looking to launch some very powerful devices for very competitive prices.
Amzon has launched a major update for its Windows 8 Kindle app, adding a new design for its Home screen, the ability to search inside eBooks, new Live Tile support and more.
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, has written a letter to shareholders outlining his aims for the company. Bezos says that Amazon innovates even when there is no need, putting customers above profits.
Amazon has released Send to Kindle buttons for Wordpress bloggers and web publishers that allow users to send an article directly to their Kindle devices for later or offline reading.
Amazon's 'Prime' service, a premium scheme costing $79 annually which offers free two-day shipping and unlimited movie streaming, has reportedly hit 10 million subscribers.
The Kindle Windows 8 app has been updated with some improvements made to the app's ebook storage and page turn performance. The Hulu Plus app for Windows 8 has also received an update.
Amazon has released a new update for their Kindle eReader app for Windows 8 and RT that finally adds an in-app store to purchase eBooks from the retailer, along with other improvements.
There's been a lot of activitiy in the Windows Store section of Windows 8, with many major new apps added to the store. Meanwhile, the promised Dropbox app for Windows 8 is apparently coming soon.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took pot shots at Apple's iPad, Google's Nexus and Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet in a interview, saying that their new Surface is the tablet that people really wanted.
Amazon's latest e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite, looks like it'll be another big hit as demand for the device has pushed orders back to the middle of November.
Amazon has published this video explaining the technology behind its new Kindle Paperwhite eReader which features a front-lit screen and eight weeks of battery life.
Walmart will no longer sell any of Amazon's Kindle eReaders or tablets in its stores on on its website beyond what they already have in stock, including the newly announced Kindle Fire products.
Want to install regular Android on that brand new Kindle Fire? You may be out of luck. It looks like all of Amazon's new tablets will have locked bootloaders and high protection.
First, there was no mention of it. Then it emerged that all Kindle Fires would have mandatory ads. Then Amazon said you could opt out. Then they said you can't. Now, they say you can...for a $15 fee.
Amazon has officially announced plans to release new Kindle eReaders, including the Kindle Paperwhite with a front-lit screen that will launch in October, and a cheaper version of the basic Kindle.
According to a source who claims to have seen Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablets, the company is going to be launching two 7-inch tablets, with one of them being a redesigned current-generation model.
Anonymous sources have teased that Nokia will provide mapping services for Amazon's Kindle Fire, a feature the current tablet lacks, ignoring Google's already popular and established service.
An image showing what may be the next hardware version of Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet has been leaked to the Internet, showing a different design than the version that has now sold out.
LendInk, a legal website promoting the sharing of sharing-enabled eBooks, has been shut down by its owner. Various forms of legal intimidation targeted his family and web-host prior.
Apple rejected an iBook from its store, due to the book guiding readers in how to market their own novels. The book made reference to Amazon, and was rejected over mentioning a competing company.
A new report claims Amazon is looking to compete directly with Apple's iPhone by releasing a smartphone of its own later this year. The smartphone would reportedly run Android.
Although eBooks are convenient, they add another trail of electronic crumbs that give more data to publishers and retailers. Should there be restrictions on this data or is the convenience worth it?
A new rumor indicates Amazon is considering cutting the Kindle Fire's price by $50 to make room for two new tablets: an updated 7-inch tablet and a new 10.1-inch tablet.
A new rumor claims Amazon will launch a new 8.9 inch Kindle tablet device this fall, along with a new version of its eReader with a front light, much like the new Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight.
Target, upset at some of Amazon's business practices, has severed their agreement to sell Amazon's line of e-readers in their stores.
Apple has finally responded to the Justice Department's claims that it worked with book publishers to fix eBook prices, calling the allegations "simply not true."
A new rumor claims that Amazon is planning to launch a brick-and-mortar retail store in Seattle in a few months, selling its Kindle eReaders and tablets along with Amazon Publishing books.
Brandon Watson, the head of the Windows Phone Developer Experience at Microsoft, has announced he is leaving the company to join Amazon's Kindle development team.
Amazon reported stronger revenues but much smaller profits in its financial numbers for the fourth quarter of 2011 while only saying it has sold "millions" of its Kindle line of devices.
Amazon has announced that it has now sold "millions" of its Kindle Fire tablet along with "millions" more of its Kindle eReaders and that it was the best holiday ever for the Kindle hardware family.
A new report at Reuters claims via unnamed sources that Amazon looked into acquiring Research in Motion over the summer but later RIM's board told Amazon it was not interested in selling the company.
Amazon claims that it is now selling "well over" 1 million units a week of its various Kindle eReader devices, including the Kindle Fire tablet, for the past three weeks on its web site.
According to Waterstones managing director James Daunt, Amazon is a 'ruthless, money-making devil,' apparently quite unlike Waterstones. And he's got a plan to save physical books, too.
Reports from industry analysts find that sales of Apple's iPads and MacBooks Airs and Amazon's Kindle line of e-readers helped lead tech shopping to big growth over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Amazon, without revealing specific sales figures, announced today that it has sold "millions" of the new versions of its Kindle family of devices, with the Kindle Fire tablet getting the most sales.
Just a few days after being released, the Kindle Fire OS gets its source code opened up for the world to download. The software is a fork of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, tweaked to suit the new tablet.
A new rumor claims that Amazon is working on a smartphone for its Kindle brand of tech hardware products with the launch date planned for the fourth quarter of 2012.
Amazon says that it is making "millions more" of its Android-based Kindle Fire than originally planned based on better than expected demand for the tablet device.
A new analyst report claims that Amazon could actually lose $50 for the sale of each of its newly revealed Android-based Kindle Fire tablets.
Amazon's new Kindles have impressed a lot of people today, from industry professionals to ordinary consumers. But not everyone's going to be able to get their hands on the new Kindle devices.
Book seller Barnes and Noble is taking it on the chin today in terms of its stock price as Amazon reveals its new Kindle eReaders and the new Kindle Fire tablet.
Along with the Amazon Kindle Fire, Amazon have also announced the brand new touchscreen and e-Ink Kindle Touch for $99, and the new $79 Kindle that will be 18% smaller than the Kindle 3.
Amazon have just revealed their next generation Kindle, known as the Amazon Kindle Fire. It is a 7-inch tablet running Android that will go on sale for the low price of just US$200
Amazon has officially announced plans to hold a press conference this Wednesday, September 28. It's likely the company will officially announce a new hardware product
The L.E. Phillips Memorial Library in Eau Claire, Wisconsin has started a program that allows them to lend out iPads full of eBooks and other applications to its users.
TechCrunch claims that it has seen and used Amazon's still not officially announced Android-based tablet device. The site claims Amazon will ship the 7-inch tablet for a price of $250 in November.