Amazon's Kindle eBook readers are some of the most popular Christmas and Hanukkah gifts of the year each and every year. Why? It's pretty simple, actually: everyone loves to read and Amazon's Kindle devices are the best eReaders on the planet by a landslide. Show More Summary
With just over a week to go until both Christmas and Hanukkah kick off, you're down to the wire as you look to complete your holiday shopping. Don't worry, we're here to help and we've rounded up Amazon's 12 best daily deals right here. Show More Summary
For those who missed the big sale on Amazon devices on Black Friday, the gadgets are back on sale one last time to give you a change to order something and get it before Christmas! –All-New Echo Dot (2nd Generation) – White – $49.99Show More Summary
Amazon’s Kindle ebook sales normally pop up on Sundays, but hey, what better way to end the month, right? The selection here is relatively small, but everything’s $3, and the sale includes Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King, as well as Brooklyn (which inspired a very good film), among several others. Read more...
After all these years, Amazon's Kindle lineup is still the gold standard in eBook readers. There's simply nothing else out there that offers the design, battery life and user experience of Amazon's Kindles. This is especially true for...Show More Summary
It’s not everyday that Amazon discounts its own hardware products but today as part of their Black Friday Sale, they have added savings onto both the Kindle Paperwhite and Dash Buttons. Kindle Paperwhite 6? E-Reader [27% Off] Amazon has almost exclusively dominated the e-reader market with their Kindle e-reader. Show More Summary
Amazon has quietly released another good set of deals on its popular Kindle series of e-readers, and this time the discount runs through 11/28 only. Kindle's price sinks $30, Kindle Paperwhite is discounted $20, the Kindle Voyage drops $30, and the worry-free Kindle for Kids Bundle is reduced $30 as well. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Amazon's all-you-can-eat Kindle Unlimited subscription service for e-books is finally available in Australia. $13.99 a month will get you access to any of a million different Kindle titles on your e-book reader, or iOS or Android phone or tablet. More »
One daunting task for many self-publishing authors is how to get their finished book up for sale on Amazon as an ebook. It’s not as simple as just uploading your manuscript … right? Well, it can be! Amazon’s KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) service gets easier to use every year. Show More Summary
Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite comes with a generous amount of storage capable of holding more than enough reading material for the average user, unless that user happens to be a devout consumer of the Japanese comics, that is. To accommodate...Show More Summary
With literally billions of dollars in sales, manga is a huge business in Japan. So much so that Amazon has just released a ‘Manga Model’ Kindle Paperwhite to cater for this demographic. At first glances, this is virtually identical to the mainstream model. Show More Summary
Amazon’s Kindle Fire operates similarly to other tablets: Users can access tons of different content, from e-books, movies and music to downloadable games and apps. There are a few different…
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD 6 might be the company's best tablet ever, all things considered. The device is extremely compact and portable for a tablet, yet the screen is larger than most smartphones and even phablets. It's the perfect size to use as an eBook reader or as a gaming device since it's quite powerful. Show More Summary
A great new feature has come to Amazon's Kindle Unlimited program and it is one that many readers and travelers alike will enjoy. The post A New, Great Reason to Get Kindle Unlimited appeared first on Running with Miles.
Publishers’ paradoxical explanation for Amazon.com’s removing more than 1,500 titles from its all-you-can-read Kindle subscription in Japan just weeks after introduction: The service was too successful.
Google today is launching a new feature for Google Books which aims to offer a better challenge to Amazon’s Kindle app when it comes to helping you find new things to read. Called “Discover,” this new section in the Google Books application will help point users to new content, including both personalized suggestions as well as other recommendations based on what’s… Read More
Kindle Reading Fund: Amazon Donating E-books and KindlesOne of America's top business leaders, Jeff Bezos developed the concept of predictive analytics and has centered Amazon around the customer. When offering insights to today’s business...Show More Summary