Barnes & Noble is cutting the prices of its Nook and Nook Tablet devices.
The jig is up for people who have been enjoying an unofficial perk of Amazon's flagship device.
It's becoming more and more likely that Amazon will launch a "Kindle Phone" device.
It looks like Amazon is indeed working on a "Kindle Phone."
Apple's rumored iPad Mini will likely shake up the tablet market this holiday season - if Cupertino decides to launch a 16-gigabyte iteration at a $300 price point.
After the wild success of the Kindle Fire, Amazon wants to expand its horizons.
Target is to pull the plug on Amazon's Kindle in all its outlets, and has already removed them from its online store.
Barnes & Noble is set to incorporate Near Field Communication (NFC) technology into its Nook line.
After the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet became the new e-readers du jour, B&N wants to go back to a device based on user-friendly reading.
The Federal Aviation Administration is believed to be re-examining the rules which prohibit the use of electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
Amazon has just set up shop for iPad e-book customers, but plans on giving no cut of its sales to Apple.
Amazon wants publishers to take their e-book efforts to the next level.
Amazon likes to talk about the power of the cloud, but here's something that also takes advantage of the power of the sun.
You've read the best-selling Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson and even considered buying the action figure of the late Apple co-founder (although you probably would never admit it to any mortal being).
It seems as if 2011 was the year of the Kindle, with Amazon confirming sales of millions of Kindle Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers over the holiday season.
M-Edge Accessories, which makes cases for the Kindle, has accused Amazon in a lawsuit of acting like a corporate bully.
Not that it should surprise anyone, but Kindle devices are selling incredibly well.
The Nook Color is becoming much less of an e-reader and much more like a fully functional Android tablet, thanks to a major software update that was just released.
Amazon has begun offering a monetary incentive for publishers who make their books exclusive to the Kindle, or at least exclusive for a period of time.
If anyone needs proof that Amazon's flagship Android tablet managed to live up to its hype, here are some statistics for you.