The Nook has long lived in the shadow of its Kindle rival, but now Barnes & Noble is taking a new approach. Since Barnes & Noble no longer makes its own Nooks, it has teamed up with the biggest Android mobile device makers in the world...Show More Summary
Feel like your novel is getting lost in a sea of other titles in Amazon’s Kindle store? It’s not surprising, as the store’s inventory is growing at an incredibly rapid pace. Just how fast? Author Claude Nougat has pegged it at 12 books an hour or about one new book every five minutes. Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble and Samsung have collaborated on a new device to challenge Amazon's Kindle Fire.
In the seven years since its debut, Amazon's popular e-reader, Kindle, has changed quite a bit Tech review site GadgetLove put together a hypnotizing GIF showing Kindle's development since 2007. And the changes are pretty remarkable See...Show More Summary
Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing program cuts publishers out and gives the artist the lion’s share of the income. No wonder publishers are furious.
In an email sent out overnight to authors who use Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing service, Amazon asked writers to reach out to publishing giant Hachette and speak up about the publisher’s “illegal collusion” regarding high e-book prices. Amazon started out the letter by regaling authors with the history of what happened when paperback books became
The Amazon Fire Phone is kind of whack, but being ugly is not one of its problems. Amazon's hardware design has improved over the years, and the Gadgetware team created this GIF to illustrate how its products have evolved since that first clunky, oddly designed Kindle. Read more...
Folks who fancy Amazon's Kindle Fire and/or newfangled Fire phone just got another option for go-to cloud access. Microsoft has released a OneDrive app outfitting both of the aforementioned devices with easy access to stored files from the slate or...
Microsoft had made its OneDrive cloud storage app available for Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets and its new Fire smartphone via its launch in the Amazon Appstore.
Microsoft today launched a new OneDrive app for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets and Fire phone. You can download it now directly from Amazon’s Appstore for Android. The app includes all the functionality that you would expect (it’s largely the same version as on Google Play): Browse all your OneDrive files and files shared with you. Show More Summary
AT AMAZON, 50 Kindle Books For $2 Each. Plus, up to 55% off on select Movies & TV Shows.
Since launching earlier this month, Amazon's Kindle Unlimited has exerted an ever greater impact on best-selling ebooks. But because of the inability to distinguish individual ebook purchases from Kindle Unlimited "reads," Digital Book...Show More Summary
Shelly Palmer chats with Juliet Huddy and Ben Simmoneau on Fox 5?s Good Day Wake Up about Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited.
Amazon handset proves a complex bit of kit in repair tests The teardown team at DIY house iFixit has cracked open Amazon's Kindle Fire smartmobe, and it seems the new handset is indeed a complex piece of kit even by modern smartphone standards.…
The Nokia Asha line of "Android X" phones was an odd bird to begin with. Announced before Microsoft acquired Nokia's hardware division, the phones were a venture into a branched version of Android (much like Amazon's Kindle Fire OS) by a company that for the previous few years, had exclusively......
When word first got out about Amazon’s (then-rumored) Kindle Unlimited, I was more than a little excited. Unlimited e-books! $10 a month! I’m going to read everything all of the time, forever! When the program actually rolled out, I was underwhelmed. Yes, having access to 600,000 books for $10 a month is a ridiculously good... Read More
As Amazon.com pushes once again attempts to transform the economics of the publishing industry, where does this do to Apple?
iPad is making gains in North American tablet web usage, reaching an 78 percent share in Apple's "first quarter-over-quarter usage share gain since June 2013," notes a new report by Chitika.
People have asked me if I have any particular thoughts on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited subscription plan, and whether my own work will be on it (and one presumes, on other similar subscription services, like Oyster and Scribd). So, some thoughts: I don’t anticipate any of my novels being on subscription services in the immediate future, […]