INTRODUCING THE all-new Amazon Kindle.
BitTorrent launches a new app for streaming media, Amazon updates its entry-level Kindle, Opera argues it has the Edge, the Steam Summer Sale has begun, and Pixels gets the Honest Trailers treatment. BitTorrent Launches a Streaming App...Show More Summary
Readers, the lake is calling. A beach is beckoning. Your backyard deck is requesting your presence. Pack up one of these cool tote bags with your book(s) of choice and give yourself a well-deserved holiday.
Bestselling Kindle Singles author and musician Mishka Shubaly stopped by our offices to talk about his new book, his struggles with addiction, and the inherent advantages of physical books when you need to hit your best friend on his head.
Amazon announced a thinner, lighter entry-level Kindle e-reader on Wednesday. Yet the biggest new feature turns out to be Bluetooth, which will restore text-to-speech functionality.
You've got no shortage of expensive Kindle options, but the entry-level just got revved up. The post The Cheapest Kindle Gets Thinner, Lighter, and Speedier appeared first on WIRED.
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 is giving its cheapest kindle a spec boost and a mild redesign. First off, you can get it in white, should you want your kindle to match your fake pages, and it’s a little bit thinner. It’s also a little rounder, which amazon says should make it easier to hold in one hand for extended reading. Show More Summary
Amazon just made its cheapest Kindle even better. The basic $80 e-reader, aka the one that most people buy, now has double the storage capacity, a "more rounded" design, and Bluetooth audio. Oh, and it also now comes in white. It's a...Show More Summary
The entry-level e-book reader gets a slight update with a handful of new features.
Amazon on Wednesday announced its latest entry-level black-and-white Kindle reader priced at $79.99, featuring a more rounded design than previous models, for easy holding in one hand or at any angle.
Today, Amazon announced an upgraded version of its standard Kindle, plus a white version of its Paperwhite model. Both are available starting today for the same price as the old models. Read more...
Now with 512MB of RAM for storing all the books!
Amazon has tweaked the design and specs of its entry-level Kindle e-reader, offering a slimmer and slightly more powerful device at the same price. There are also now white versions of both the budget Kindle and the Kindle Paperwhite...Show More Summary
Amazon has unveiled a new, thinner, lighter Kindle with more storage.
Do you have cash from the Apple e-book price fixing settlement chilling in your Amazon account? Reinvest that money in digital literature and grab an updated Amazon Kindle!
The white Amazon Kindle e-reader is back. Almost two months after Amazon rocked the e-reader world with a completely rethought Kindle Oasis, the company is, as of Wednesday, offering a considerably more modest update to its entry-level...Show More Summary
Amazon on Wednesday announced a refresh to its entry-level Kindle e-reader. The new device, which is still dubbed Kindle, has twice as much memory as its predecessor, which should make it a bit faster in operation. Amazon says its design...Show More Summary
Only weeks after unveling the pricey Kindle Oasis, Amazon has refreshed its entry model.