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Amazon's Kindle Unlimited Prime Day Deal Is Already Live

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Amazon promised Kindle Unlimited savings for Prime day, but there’s no need to wait for next Tuesday , as the deal is already live. Read more...

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited deal for Prime Day is too good to pass up

If you haven't heard of Kindle Unlimited, we're about to blow your mind. Seriously, it's probably the greatest thing to happen to books since the advent of the digital eBook reader. In a nutshell, Kindle Unlimited is Spotify but for books. Show More Summary

Amazon Kindle Page Flip Makes Navigating More Natural

3 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

Amazon improves Kindle navigation across all manner of devices with its new Page Flip feature.

Kindle update lets you flip through the pages of e-books

The original mission of Amazon's Kindle to make reading e-books as easy as reading print books just took another major step forward with the introduction of a new feature called Page Flip SEE ALSO: Check your Amazon account for freeShow More Summary

WHY GEORGE WILL’S MORAL NARCISSISM MATTERS: Roger Simon explores “The Discrete Charm of the Beltwa…

WHY GEORGE WILL’S MORAL NARCISSISM MATTERS: Roger Simon explores “The Discrete Charm of the Beltway Bourgeoisie.” Roger’s new book, which hit the streets (and Amazon’s Kindle servers) earlier this month is I Know Best: How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn’t Already. Perhaps George Will should peruse a copy in his study? […]

ROGER SIMON TALKS MORAL NARCISSISM ON THE POWER LINE/RICOCHET PODCAST. Roger’s new book, which …

ROGER SIMON TALKS MORAL NARCISSISM ON THE POWER LINE/RICOCHET PODCAST. Roger’s new book, which hit the streets (and Amazon’s Kindle servers) last week is I Know Best: How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn’t Already. In addition to his ongoing promotional tour, Roger will be discussing his new book in person this […]

Amazon’s Kindle gets a thinner and lighter design sporting double the RAM

It’s a little late for Father’s Day, but at least there’s plenty of summer vacationing time left to take full advantage of Amazon’s newly refreshed Kindle. The entry-level e-reader has slimmed down and dropped a little weight in time for swimsuit season – 16-percent, for those counting, now down to 5.7 ounces. The new version features double the RAM of its… Read More

ROGER SIMON: They call Trump a narcissist, but his enemies are worse. Roger’s new book, which …

ROGER SIMON: They call Trump a narcissist, but his enemies are worse. Roger’s new book, which hit the streets (and Amazon’s Kindle servers) earlier this week is I Know Best: How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn’t Already. In addition to his ongoing promotional tour, Roger will be discussing his new book in person […]

AT AMAZON, deals on Dresses. Is it just me, or are blondes and Asians over-represented among the mo…

AT AMAZON, deals on Dresses. Is it just me, or are blondes and Asians over-represented among the models here? Plus, save on Pre-Owned Amazon Devices. Kindles, tablets, even Echo. And, up to 50% off on Pet Supplies.

A Full-Color E Ink Screen Means Your Next Kindle Might Be Great For Magazines

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Despite competition from tablets boasting full-color LCD displays, devices that use black and white electronic paper, like Amazon’s Kindle, have remained popular. And now that E Ink has created the first full-color electronic paper, e-readers have found yet another way to remain relevant. Read more...

Amazon's Kindle Oasis: Making Reading a Pleasure

2 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Y’know how some people knock e-readers, adamant that they still like the smell of paper and the feel of physically turning the pages? I’m the opposite: I prefer the feel of gliding my finger across the smooth glass screen of my smartphone or tablet, and watching the pages electronically turn. [...]

Kindle Oasis Review: Crazy Small, Crazy Price

2 months agoTechnology : Yahoo: Tech

If you’ve ever used one of Amazon’s Kindle e-book readers, then you can get by with a really short review of its latest, the Kindle Oasis. You can buy new ones from Amazon whenever you’re in a WiFi hotspot — or, for $70 more, the truly obsessive reader may prefer the Oasis with a built-in cellular modem. Show More Summary

Newswire: Amazon launches video self-publishing, creating new frontiers in dinosaur erotica

Sometime last decade, Amazon introduced Kindle Direct Publishing, which allows aspiring authors to upload their work to Amazon directly, spending less time dealing with the dinosaurs in the publishing industry and more time writing stories about dinosaurs fucking people. Show More Summary

Amazon Adapts Kindle for Visually Impaired Readers

2 months agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

VoiceView brings a new dimension to eReading. News by Raine Winters Visually impaired and blind readers will now be able to utilize the Amazon Kindle thanks to a new tool the mega-corporation has created, reports GalleyCat. The feature...Show More Summary

Amazon's Kindle Oasis and the sheer joy of reading

Michael Gartenberg has covered the personal technology beat for more than two decades at places like Gartner, Jupiter Research and Altimeter Group. Most recently, he spent a few years at Apple as Sr. Director of Worldwide Product Marketing. / /-->/ /-->/ The...Show More Summary

Amazon sale slashes prices on 6 different Kindle tablets and e-readers

Amazon's line of Kindle e-readers is the best in the business, hands down. We're not just talking about the new high-end Kindle Oasis that Amazon introduced, either. From top to bottom, Amazon's Kindles offer great portability, visibility and affordability. Show More Summary

Music Is The Future

The film business is fighting Sean Parker’s Screening Room. The book business is fighting Amazon’s Kindle. And the music business is sitting in the present, the most up-to-date media vertical extant. And yet people still complain. Do...Show More Summary

Kindle Oasis review: The perfect e-reader for the 1 percent

Amazon's Kindle Oasis is like a feast with the world's finest caviar. It's an all-you-can eat Wagyu steak dinner. It's an $80 cup of coffee. Simply put, the Oasis is a $290 extravagance meant only for the few who can afford it. For the rest of us, it's just something to lust after. Show More Summary

Kindle Unlimited is being flooded with 3,000-page garbage books that suck money out of the system

3 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Amazon's Kindle Unlimited service allows subscribers to download as many books as they want, and then pays writers based on the number of their pages that readers have read. (more…)

What is Amazon thinking with its crazy-expensive new e-reader?

3 months agoTechnology : Post Tech

Amazon's Kindle Oasis, released Wednesday, has a $290 price tag -- and, at least to me, offers some interesting cues about how the company's hardware strategy has evolved. Amazon justifies Oasis' price tag by noting its high-end industrial design and the leather charging case, which doubles as an extra battery. It's the luxury level of the e-reader, the digital […]

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