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Navy sailors get an e-reader called 'NeRD'

May 15, 2014
The Navy is giving submarine crews very expensive tablets that let sailors read pre-loaded books.
Posted In: navy, military, Kindle, e-books

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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