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In which Kai Ryssdal has to settle for $22.40

Mar 25, 2014
The individual results from Amazon's e-book price fixing settlement.
Posted In: Amazon, e-books, Kindle
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Announce your Amazon Kindle e-book credits online

Mar 25, 2014
Twitter is filled with Kindle e-book credit tweets that don't add up to $166 million.
Posted In: ebook, Amazon, apple, publishing, Kindle
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Barnes and Noble hopes to turn the page on falling sales

Jan 8, 2014
Between competition from Amazon, and the less-than-tremendous success of its Nook, Barnes and Noble is in a tough spot.
Posted In: Books, e-readers, Nook, Kindle
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Amazon to open fan fiction bookstore

Jun 28, 2013
Amazon is rolling out a new online platform for fan fiction, that is, original stories that use famous characters from TV and movies.
Posted In: Amazon, Kindle, Books, publishing, self-publishing
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Amazon pushes Kindles in classrooms

Oct 18, 2012
Getting the Kindle into the hands of students offers Amazon a golden opportunity to bite into Apple's iPad market.
Posted In: Kindle, Amazon, tablets
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Walmart gives Amazon Kindle the boot

Sep 20, 2012
Walmart, following Target’s lead, will stop selling the Amazon Kindle. It’s recognition that the online retailer is a serious Walmart competitor.
Posted In: Walmart, Amazon, Kindle
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Amazon takes on Apple in price more than features

Sep 7, 2012
Why the retail giant doesn’t mind not making money on Kindle Fire tablets.
Posted In: Amazon, Kindle, kindle fire, apple, iPad
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Reconsidering digital devices at takeoff and landing

Aug 29, 2012
Does it really matter if we turn off our Kindles and iPads before the plane takes off?
Posted In: Kindle, aviation, safety, digital devices, hacking
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Why is Amazon becoming a hardware company?

Jul 24, 2012
Don’t be fooled: All the new tablets Amazon has on the horizon are just shopping carts in disguise.
Posted In: Amazon, tablets, Robot Roundup, Kindle
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Facebook is spending $60 million to recognize your face

Jun 20, 2012
The social giant bets big on facial recognition software, but what is it using that information for?
Posted In: Facebook, facial recognition, privacy, Kindle, Amazon, harry potter

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