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Amazon's Kindle Unlimited ebook rental service launches in India for ?199 ($3) a month

Amazon has launched its Kindle Unlimited rental service in India, giving customers in the country the ability to choose from over 1 million titles for just ?199 ($3) a month. Amazon is sweetening the deal by offering the first month of membership for ?99 ($1.5).

Microsoft is working on a clever workaround for having a small screen on a tablet computer (MSFT)

Microsoft's Applied Sciences Group has demoed a brand new Surface keyboard accessory containing an e-ink display, like those found in Amazon's Kindles, that works alongside the main 10.6-inch display.  Dubbed the "DisplayCover," theShow More Summary

Amazon drops Kindle price of The Art of Smart Football to 99 cents

Amazon has dropped the price of the Kindle edition of my new book, The Art of Smart Football, to 99 cents. My old book, The Essential Smart Football, is also only 99 cents right now. Note that you can read Kindle books on non-Kindle devices by downloading the free Kindle app for your computer or […]

'World first' electronic ink traffic signs trialled in Australia

Traffic signs using similar electronic ink technology to Amazon's Kindle e-reader could soon be lining Australian roads, after a successful trial Developed by Australia's Roads and Maritime Services (RMS), the new energy efficient signage...Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble's Nook store closing outside of the US and UK

It's no secret that Barnes & Noble has struggled to profit from its Nook reading platform. Still, there are people who continue to use and invest in the ecosystem, despite the rise of others including Amazon's Kindle. Now, after ending...Show More Summary

You can now share Kindle book previews via Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and text messaging

Amazon’s Kindle app can now share previews of books and text snippets to apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or via text message. Kindle users could already share quotes, highlights and recommendations to Facebook and Twitter, but this is the first time Amazon is allowing readers to share via a messaging platform. Show More Summary

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited completely revamps how authors get paid

The world of indie publishing is set to undergo yet another tectonic shift, initiated by the world's biggest publisher: Amazon In a message posted to its website last week, the company announced plans to dramatically change the way it...Show More Summary

There Are Now Over 12,000 Marvel Comics on the Kindle Store

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Amazon has announced a new deal with Marvel that will see over 12,000 back-issue comic books available directly from Amazon’s Kindle store. Read more...

MARVEL Adds 12k Single Issues To Kindle As AMAZON/COMIXOLOGY Deal Expands

Marvel announced a new agreement with Comixology and parent company Amazon that expands the comic publisher's digital titles onto Amazon's Kindle.

Thousands of Marvel Comics Will Now Be Available on Amazon’s Kindle Store

More than 12,000 single-issue Marvel comics will be available on Amazon's Kindle Store.

Amazon Updates Kindle Paperwhite With Higher Resolution

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is one of the various e-readers offered by Amazon. While there are some benefits to using the Kindle Paperwhite, its resolution has left much to be desired. Last year’s model only had a resolution that offered 212 pixels per inch with a 6-inch display which is hardly the sharpest around, but good enough to read. Show More Summary

Amazon ups Kindle Paperwhite to 300 ppi, makes Kindle Voyager almost pointless

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets :

If you’ve been wondering why Amazon‘s been selling their Kindles at a discount lately, the answer is here, and it’s fairly expected. The online retailer just revealed the brand new version of the […]

Amazon upgrades Kindle Paperwhite with a sharper screen and a new font

When Amazon released its $199 Kindle Voyage e-reader last year, it set the bar for the high-end of the company's e-ink reading experience Now, Amazon is bringing that high-end image quality down to its popular and more affordable $119...Show More Summary

Amazon just made its most popular Kindle even better, without raising the price

If you're a fan of e-readers, Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite has long been one of the best options out there. Wednesday, the company's introducing an updated version of the popular device with a better screen and smarter guts that makes it even easier to read on than ever. Show More Summary

Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite now has the same high-res display as the Kindle Voyage but costs $80 less

Amazon has announced a new upgraded Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, one that sports the same high-resolution display as the Kindle Voyage, but comes in at $80 less.

Amazon Launches Kindle for Kids Bundle

3 months agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Amazon is looking to get kids into eBooks with a new offer called the Kindle for Kids Bundle. The bundle includes an ad-free Kindle device with a two-year extended warranty from SquareTrade to cover replacements against accidental spills and drops. Show More Summary

Amazon's Kindle app gets a new font and better layouts for easier reading

Amazon has updated the Kindle app for iPhone and iPad with new page layouts, better word spacing, and a new font. The latest update to Amazon's Kindle app is all about making reading easier. To that end, the app offers a new page layout...Show More Summary

The Kindle Finally Gets Typography That Doesn't Suck

A new font, Bookerly, and a totally new layout engine have made reading a Kindle e-book more like print than ever. Amazon's Kindle e-reader is a lovely single purpose gadget, with an industrial design ethos that, in its singular focus on the purity of e-reading, even Dieter Rams could love. Show More Summary

Amazon's Kindle Voyage Is Out In Australia

Amazon’s newest and thinnest and brightest and most exciting e-reader is the Kindle Voyage. The Voyage is definitely the Kindle to buy, but it was previously hard for Aussies to get; that has changed as of today. More »      

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