It’s hard not to fall immediately in love with Amazon’s new top-of-the-line e-reader. It’s called the Kindle Voyage and it ticks off virtually every single hardware complaint I’ve had about the Kindle Paperwhite. Available for preorder now and shipping in October, it’s selling for $199 and will sit alongside the Paperwhite and a new low-end... Read More
Last year, Amazon's Kindle tablets really grew up. They got fantastic and stylish new design, and a software update to back it up. This year, Amazon's trotting out a new 8.9 Kindle Fire HDX with faster guts. You won't find a 7-inch version...Show More Summary
By Jennifer Saba and Deepa Seetharaman NEW YORK (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc ramped up its push into hardware on Wednesday with the debut of six new or upgraded devices, including a high-end $199 e-reader called the Kindle Voyage and its cheapest-ever touch-screen tablet. Show More Summary
Amazon’s long-term vision for digital e-readers is paper. Literally, a device that looks, feels and acts like paper, with the exception of it being a screen that can refresh and interact with the reader. Though that dream is years or...Show More Summary
If you've ever seen a TV commercial for Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets, you know the company isn't shy about comparing itself to Apple. Indeed, the retail giant is hoping you'll buy its flagship Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 this holiday season instead of a...
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Amazon is being forced to investigate a "security hole" that could let hackers gain access to customers' accounts via Kindle e-books.
A security researcher has uncovered a flaw in Amazon's website that could enable hackers to gain access to Amazon accounts. The flaw was identified by Benjamin Daniel Mussler in a post on the B.FL7.DE blog. Mussler says that Amazon's Kindle Library is vulnerable to malicious computer script hidden in Kindle books. Show More Summary
Apple’s iBooks and Amazon’s Kindle (both free) are two of the best apps for reading a book on your iPhone or iPad, and each has its own strengths and weaknesses – so which is right for your reading habits? Amazon and Apple are each competitive...Show More Summary
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.