Penguin says it's to stop supplying e-books to libraries, and will no longer allow them to lend any titles for Amazon's Kindle reader.
For the holiday season of this year, Amazon is releasing its first Android tablet. Next year, it may release its first Android smartphone.
Well that certainly didn't take long.
With Amazon's Kindle Fire lighting up excitement for Android tablets in a way no other product has been able to so far, there are questions about whether or not it could do the same for an Android phone.
The Kobo brand, perhaps best known as the one that was tied to the now-defunct retailer Borders, is looking to grab some new attention for the holiday season.
Without a lot of hype and fanfare, Amazon has snatched up a new company focused on text-to-speech technology.
Amazon's opened its Kindle lending library, offering over 5,000 titles for loan, including over 100 current and former New York Times Bestsellers.
Instead of dealing with publishers to get digital copies of books distributed through the Kindle, Amazon is now looking to connect with the authors directly.
A new report claims Amazon is eyeing Hewlett Packard's defunct webOS for future iterations of its Kindle tablets.
Amazon refreshed its Kindle e-reader lineup on Wednesday, alongside the launch of its long-awaited Fire tablet.
The much-anticipated Kindle tablet announcement has come and gone, leaving us with all the pertinent details for the product's launch.
Just in time to correspond with Amazon's expected tablet reveal, new rumors are popping up about Barnes & Noble's tablet strategy.
Amazon has just launched a new initiative that will allow Kindle owners to "check out" e-books from library websites.
A largely unexpected retailer has just announced its foray into the ever growing tablet market.
Amazon is apparently set to launch a new service that will give users access to a massive collection of e-books for a flat monthly fee.
Michael Stern Hart, credited with creating the most ambitious online book initiative to date, has passed away after leaving an inimitable mark on the digital landscape.
Amazon could be the biggest threat the iPad has seen yet, with the online retailer expected to launch its own tablet later this year.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has personally attached his name to a most intriguing patent for a phone that has a half dozen tiny airbags.
Users can now read their digitally downloaded books from any Chrome or Safari browser, without the need to install a special app or software program.
One of the largest newspaper publishing companies in the world is taking the strategy of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" to a whole new level.