It remains to be seen if it's a full-on change of policy, but it looks like Amazon is at least shifting it stance when it comes to where some of the ebooks put out by its Amazon Publishing division are sold. As you may recall, Barnes & Noble and other booksellers recently pulled print editions of Amazon Publishing books from their store shelves because the ebook versions were only sold in the Kindle Store, a stance that B&N said "undermined the industry as a whole.
The Atlantic is launching an ebooks division that will publish e-singles and curated collections of content from the magazine's archives. The first e-single is only available through Amazon's Kindle Singles store for now, though it ... Read Post
AT&T will begin selling Amazon's Kindle 3G on March 6 as it looks toward other gadgets to increase its customer base outside of cellphones. The Kindle 3G will sell for $189 at AT&T's retail stores, the same price Amazon sells the e-... Read Post