Amazon has just unleashed a big bundle of joy to college students - a cheaper way to get textbooks.
Until now, Sony's e-reader product line has very much fallen by the wayside thanks to the Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iPad.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a tablet that could launch sometime before October.
Amazon is launching an ad-supported version of its popular Kindle 3G on the AT&T network for a flat fee of $139.
There will soon be a dedicated e-reading device for Google's nascent digital books platform, and it'll be available at Target stores nationwide.
Following announcements related to the Nook and Kobo, Amazon has some Kindle news to share.
There's a lot of e-reader news going around lately, but one company we didn't really expect it from is Kobo.
Amazon says that, for the first time, it's now selling more Kindle books than print books.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a high-end tablet - dubbed "Hollywood" - that will be powered by Nvidia's upcoming Kal-El quad-core processor.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has poured a lot of fuel to the fire this week in the growing rumors that the online retailer is planning a feature-rich tablet device.
Not content with its current Nook lineup, Barnes & Noble said it is working on a new device.
Amazon is pushing forward to get its own Android-powered tablet device.
If you're a Nook owner, you no longer need to feel left out at local book signing events.
Amazon has announced a sweet new feature for its e-reader.
If you don't mind being blasted with ads every now and then, Amazon has a Kindle deal you can't refuse.
It seems as if Amazon is "actively enticing" Apple iOS devs to port certain educational apps to the company’s popular Kindle platform.
AT&T will begin selling 3G versions of Amazon's Kindle e-reader in March, in hopes of attracting more people to the wireless connectivity it offers on the device.
Google has just launched a new section of the Android Market for e-book downloads. Designed for optimal use on Android 3.0 tablets, Google's new selection of electronic books are also available on Sony's Reader, Barnes & Noble's Nook, and any PC.
So if you're that person who belongs to a book club and insists on using an e-reader, you may find yourself lost when people ask you to turn to page 112. Most e-books don't offer the same page numbers as the print version of the book, but Amazon is changing that.
We’ve all heard rumors about the day when digital book purchases will surpass that of regular books.