Amazon Kindle

New Amazon Kindle Fire HDX impresses.
Clint on Mobile
BY | 09.25.13

A first look at the new Amazon tablets including the Kindle Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire HDX 7 and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. Has Jeff Bezos one-upped Apple?

Batman has landed on Kindle. 1,000 comics and children's books are now available on the Kindle App for iPad/iPhone, Android and the Amazon Cloud Player (Safari, Chrome, Firefox).
Powwwwwwww!!
BY | 06.14.12

Brown Bear and Curious George and comics such as Batman and Superman are just a few of the new titles now available for the Kindle app and Cloud Reader.

Netflix for Books
BY | 09.12.11

The trick here will be getting publishers on board. It will be a challenge that will require Steve Jobs-like gusto.

iriver Story HD: goes on sale July 17 at Target.
Tech News
BY | 07.11.11

It’s an interesting move. Here we have Amazon reportedly building a tablet that will run Android. Meanwhile Google is making a big move into the e-Reader space, which will potentially cut into Amazon’s sales. Can you say co-opetition?

Berkeley Bug
voracious readers
BY | 05.27.11

Cambridge, Mass., tops the list with the most books, magazines and newspapers purchased per capita of any city in the United States

Kindle Update 3.1 Stark-Insider
Woolf-Woolf!
BY | 02.22.11

Ironically, however, it shows how much as a society we’ve become accustomed to the ideas of specific page numbers. In the world of the Internet, blog streams and social networking sites, it’s pretty much an antiquated concept.

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Special
BY | 01.15.11

Obtaining a copy which contained a hand-crafted, original signature by the author himself would make it special in a world of the mass-production printing press.

Lost and Found - Amazon Kindle
Minutes Matter
BY | 12.20.10

My Kindle was not there. “Think Loni!” I tell myself. Somewhere, in the recesses of my brain, an idea emerged.

Amazon Kindle 2 and Apple iPad
Tech News
BY | 12.01.10

Over the last three months the iPad has doubled its market share to 32% while Kindle has fallen 15% to 47%.

Amazon KIndle
smudge-prone
BY | 11.19.10

While I was attending a Medicaid conference on the future of health care in DC, here in San Francisco, the debate on the the ban of toys with restaurant kids’ meals was heating up this past week (translation: The ban of McDonald’s happy meals). Because of this, I felt somewhat sheepish to find myself in […]