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When literary lions unite, we can only hope that it will strike fear into the hearts of keepers of the Amazon. This week NY Times reports that in addition to Hachette authors, the outcry into the face of the multi-pronged online sales conglomerate now includes the shouts of 300 authors represented by Andrew Wylie Agency [...]
New York Times tech writer David Steitfeld can't find a good explanation for why Representative Paul Ryan's (R-WI) new novel about man's struggle with meaninglessness symbolized by a powerful whale book is getting such special treatment from Amazon.
Something’s been nagging at me about Apple Pay, and the hype about it. The Apple-Pay web page gushes: “Gone are the days of searching for your wallet. The wasted moments finding the right card. The swiping and waiting. Now payments ...
The retailer is discouraging sales of Hachette titles. The 2012 Republican vice presidential candidate's new book is an exception.
Video content is no longer on the rise – it has taken its place among the royalty of content sources. Videos cross our paths everywhere we go, inlcuding on Amazon’s e-book bestseller lists, e.g. Tim Ferriss’s “The 4-Hour Cook” whichShow More Summary
Pandora's Tower is on sale for $20 on Amazon http://t.co/9RTHuMvQcb (via @ArlaAllage) — Emily Rogers (@Emi1yRogers) September 30, 2014
Participants from Physicians for Social Responsibility at the People's Climate March in New York City, Sept. 21 The 400,000 people who walked across New York City in this month's People's Climate March may not have known it, but their...Show More Summary
Lately, Amazon's been doing whatever it can to get you to sign up for Amazon Prime, which we've long said is one of the best tech deals around. If you still needed an excuse to sign up, here's a very good one: Amazon's new original series Transparent, which I happily binge-watched all weekend. Read more...
Even though Amazon.com was founded over two decades ago, the scale of its potential remains so breathtaking that one would be excused for concluding that the company is still in its infancy.
Those of us who are looking to improve our leadership skills can easily get overwhelmed by the sea of options when trying to decide what advice to follow. A search on Amazon.com for "leadership" will bring back 155,000+ results and even...Show More Summary
After a yearlong arrival, Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has grown more in India than what the company set out for initially, and therefore the global e-commerce giant has decided to make an additional investment of $2 billion to spur even more growth. Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) talked about the focus areas for the […]
A new report by Billboard uncovers who reigns supreme when it comes to moving LPs.
David Streitfeld, reporting for the NYT: Now, hundreds of other writers, including some of the world’s most distinguished, are joining the coalition. Few if any are published by Hachette. And they have goals far broader than freeing up the Hachette titles. Show More Summary
Looks like Amazon has finally "re-stocked" their amiibo pre-order allotment, with the Villager, Fox, Samus, Marth, and the Wii Fit Trainer available again. With all five of these figures currently sitting in the Wii U Best Selling Top...Show More Summary
The Amazon River is not just a river in Egypt. In fact, it's a river in South America.
This edition of Joystiq Deals aims to keep your web browsing safe from prying eyes no matter where you're logged onto the 'net, while Amazon has discounts on two recent hit games. For the next three days, Joystiq Deals members will be able to...
The authors are uniting. Last spring, when Amazon began discouraging customers from buying books published by Hachette, the writers grumbled that they were pawns in the retailer’s contract negotiations over e-book prices. During the summer, they banded together and publicly protested Amazon’s actions. Show More Summary
... not that they'd admit it. Both cloud providers had to restart a bunch of customers' workloads over the weekend. Live migration could have nipped that angst in the bud.
It seems like ever since last December, when Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said his company was working on drone prototypes that could one day deliver packages to doorsteps, the public has been imagining a world where we coexist with drones buzzing overhead. Show More Summary