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Amazon offers free two-day shipping on all Kindles this Christmas

12/20/2011, If you’re running out of ideas on what to purchase for your friends and family for this year’s Christmas, Amazon has got some suggestions for you – namely its popular eBook reader, the Kindle. The company announced today in a press release...

Kindle Touch jailbreak

12/12/2011, It must be said that the Kindle Touch e-book reader from Amazon is not exactly the beefiest kid on the block when it comes to system specifications and hardware performance, but that does not mean it is a slouch in its performance, either. No sir, you...

Amazon Kindle Store now in Italy and Spain

12/01/2011, Good news for folks in Italy and Spain who have been longing to get their hands on a Kindle eReader – Amazon has finally opened up its doors to the aforementioned countries just in time for the holiday season. Folks living in Italy and Spain will be...

Kindle lending library under fire by Authors Guild

11/16/2011, Amazon’s Kindle lending library feature for Kindle owners and Amazon Prime subscribers is a great idea. A free e-book to read each month, to be replaced with a new book the next month, is a great way for users to get their hands on the e-book format and...

Amazon Kindle Fire tablet ships out today

11/14/2011, Great news for those of you looking forward to getting your hands on Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire tablet – Amazon has announced that it will be shipping the tablet today, one day ahead of schedule (it was supposed to ship out on November 15th)....

Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G ready to ship tomorrow

11/14/2011, Mark tomorrow on your calendars if you are up for some Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G love – as Amazon prepares to ship them six days earlier than originally expected. Both the $99 Kindle Touch and $149 Kindle Touch 3G will be part of Amazon’s...

Amazon’s $79 Kindle costs $84 to make?

11/10/2011, We all know that Amazon is going to lose money with the sales of its upcoming Kindle Fire tablet, and will have to make it back through all the content that its customers purchase with the tablet, but did you know that the Kindle Fire isn’t the only...

Kindle Cloud Reader web app arrives on Firefox

11/08/2011, Have you checked out Amazon’s Kindle Cloud Reader yet? If you actually answered in the negative, then you might want to know that Amazon’s HTML5-fueled Web app that will cater for the reading of e-books is now ready to rock and roll on Firefox...

Is the New Nook Tablet Worth $50 More Than Kindle Fire?

11/07/2011, Taking a page from Apple’s “if ain’t broke don’t fix” iPhone 4S product design school, Barnes & Noble this morning introduced its new Nook Tablet, which is nearly identical to the original Nook Color, and priced at the...

Amazon Kindle Owners’ Lending Library introduced

11/03/2011, Do you happen to own a Kindle E Ink device or a Kindle Fire? If you have answered in the affirmative, not to mention being in possession of an Amazon Prime membership, then you would be pleased to know that you can now select from thousands of digital...

Amazon announces Kindle Format 8

10/21/2011, Amazon has officially announced that along with its Kindle Fire tablet, a new format for Kindle books will be introduced. Replacing Mobi 7, Kindle Format 8 (KF8) is the next generation file format for Kindle books. One of the most important features about...

Amazon might deliver Kindle to Japan this year

10/21/2011, It seems that Amazon could very well make sure their latest Kindle store will be delivered to the Land of the Rising Sun as early as the end of 2011, at least that is what Japanese newspaper Nikkei Business Daily and wire service Jiji Press claim. At...

Kindle 3 software update

10/17/2011, Amazon has had a pretty successful launch of their Kindle 4 devices, but that does not mean with the new being introduced, the old is discarded. No sir, the company still has the heart of Kindle 3 device owners in mind, where they recently busted out the...

Amazon’s Kindle Fire accused of patent infringement

10/10/2011, The Amazon Kindle Fire was announced a few weeks back, and with a launch scheduled for the 15th of November, it looks like the tablet is under fire for allegedly infringing upon patents belonging to Smartphone Technologies whose parent company is Acacia...