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The Rover by Drew Magary

3 hours agoOdd : Boing Boing

Drew Magary lead us on a wild chase, that doesn't end well, when The Rover crashes to earth. This Kindle Single is a fast paced adventure that had me to wondering what I'd do if an alien robot landed in my backyard. Read the rest

Amazon Kindle Flare

With crystal clear 150 decibel speakers, the new Amazon Kindle Flare ensures that everyone around you knows how brilliant you are, repeatedly shouting the title of the book you’re reading. From America’s Finest News Source.

Wunderlist 3 makes many nice improvements

Wunderlist is the cloud-based, task- and project-management solution from Germany's 6Wunderkinder. I say "solution" because it's available for iOS, OS X, Kindle Fire, Chromebook and the web. I've been playing with it for a few weeks and I'm quite...

David Lankes comments on Kindle Unlimited

Excerpt: Perhaps, you may think, I am an ivory tower academic blind to the coming disruptive change…like when the Internet was going to put libraries out of business… then Google…then Netflix…then Yahoo! Answers. Here’s the plain truth:...Show More Summary

Hybrid : How we took Basecamp multi-platform with a tiny team

Yesterday we announced the official Basecamp app for iPad. Just like our other apps for iPhone, Android, and Kindle it’s a hybrid—a native wrapper around a mobile web core. We’ve written about this setup before but today I wanted toShow More Summary

Amazon Is Giving Away 30 "Self-Improvement" Paid Apps For Free For The Next Two Days (AMZN)

Hey, Kindle Fire owners (or anyone who is thinking about getting a new Fire Phone): Amazon is giving away 30 "self-improvement" apps for free. The selection covers a wide range of topics, including recipes, workout tips, games, educational stuff, and budgeting resources. Show More Summary

AT AMAZON, Kindle Mysteries And Thrillers For $3.99 or Less. Plus, up to 50% off on Pet Supplies….

AT AMAZON, Kindle Mysteries And Thrillers For $3.99 or Less. Plus, up to 50% off on Pet Supplies.

New Kindle Feature Suggested By The Onion Would Actually Solve Glaring Problem With E-Readers

The rise of e-readers may have made the success of books like Fifty Shades Of Grey possible by allowing people to read privately in public, but that doesn't mean that privacy doesn't come with its own set of problems. Simply put, ifShow More Summary

Amazon's New 3-D Printing Store Is Only Selling A Buzzword

With nothing more than 3-D printed tchotchke crap, Amazon's latest endeavor is a huge disappointment. When Amazon gets involved with anything, it gets exciting. eBooks were a novelty before the Kindle made buying, installing, and reading them easy, building a technological platform around a concern for human behavior. Show More Summary

The Onion Parodies The Kindle

New Kindle Helps Readers Show Off By Shouting Title Of Book Loudly And Repeatedly The Onion has created a video report about a fake new Kindle that supposedly shouts out the name of the book that you are reading so that you can bragShow More Summary

Top Ten Best-Selling Ebooks -- Week of July 26

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

Kindle app adds Wikipedia integration and notes export

Say whatever you want about the cold reception afforded its Fire Phone, but Amazon’s had a pretty great year when it comes to its core business of selling books: first announcing the creation of its Kindle Unlimited scheme, and now … Read more ›

Grab a copy of @AndyBeal’s Repped book for just $0.99! Ends Friday!

If you’ve not already picked up a copy of Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation, I have good news for you. The Amazon bestseller is on sale for the Kindle this week and is just $0.99! Knowing how savvy you are, I know you won’t just take my word for it, but these […]

How Will Kindle Unlimited lmpact The Publishing Industry? A Thorough Investigation

Such as: is it actually any different from a public library? The post How Will Kindle Unlimited lmpact The Publishing Industry? A Thorough Investigation appeared first on ThinkProgress.

How Amazon Brought Publishing to Its Knees — and Why Authors Might Be Next

Morgan Entrekin is happy with the relationships that he has developed with Amazon. As the president of independent publisher Grove/Atlantic Books, he witnessed the industry change as Amazon’s introduction of the Kindle helped publishers...Show More Summary

Librarians, Media React to Launch of Kindle Unlimited

Excerpt: “I’m enough of a realist to assume that consumers will gravitate to the cheapest, most convenient source of content, whether that’s Amazon or the public library,” said Jimmy Thomas, executive director of Colorado’s Marmot Library Network. Show More Summary

Amazon Just Revealed Exactly What's At Stake In Its Battle With Hachette — And Shredded The Publisher In The Process

Amazon finally revealed the exact cause behind its long battle with "Big Five" book publisher Hachette in a public post on its Kindle forum: It's fighting for lower e-book prices and a 30% cut of sales. For the last several months, Amazon...Show More Summary

Amazon Is Experimenting With A New Homepage Design

The newer, flatter design puts Kindle, Fire and Prime categories front and center. Amazon has unveiled a new homepage design to select users, placing a new emphasis on the retail giant's biggest brands: the Kindle e-book platform, its...Show More Summary

The Onion Explains How the New Kindle Brags About Your Taste In Books

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Bookworms who've balked at upgrading to an e-reader have a long list of reasons why they won't give up their paper copies. But there's only one real reason why anyone would carry around a book anymore: It lets them show off what they're reading in public. Show More Summary

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