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.
Amazon has just unleashed a big bundle of joy to college students - a cheaper way to get textbooks.
Following announcements related to the Nook and Kobo, Amazon has some Kindle news to share.
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.
If you don't mind being blasted with ads every now and then, Amazon has a Kindle deal you can't refuse.
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.
Apparently when you're a store, you make your own product, and you have the power to plaster that product all over your store, it will sell.
The latest version of Amazon's e-reading device is by all accounts a runaway success. Thanks to the holiday shopping boost it just received, it has become the online retailers highest-selling product of all time.
Did you buy a Kindle for someone this holiday season? Chances are many more of you will answer "yes" to this question than if we had posed it last year. A whole bunch probably also bought one for themselves this year, as Amazon says 2010 will see the highest Kindle sales yet, by far.
It's hard to think that a leather case could cause malfunctions to an electronic device, but that's exactly what is happening to some people who purchases Amazon's official Kindle case.
After making waves on virtually every other smartphone platform out there, Amazon has created a Kindle app that will be available with the launch of Windows Phone 7 in the US in November.
You might think that with the Nook, iPad, and Kobo biting at its heels, sales of the Kindle would have gone way down compared to when it was the only player in the market. But that's not the case.
When Borders launched its Kobo e-reader earlier this year, it was kind of late to the party and also lacked many features of its competitors. Now it's taking a new step to be relevant in the Kindle/Nook battle.
Amazon's family of Kindle services just had a baby, Amazon Kindle for the Web. It's a service that runs in any Web browser and allows users to preview e-books before they buy them.
Amazon has rolled out the latest version of its Kindle software for Android phones, as the continuously changing platform gets more fragmented across different devices.
If you can't beat 'em...attack 'em. Nothing delivers a marketing message quite like making fun of a competitor, and with mounting pressure from other e-reader makers, that's exactly what Kindle has turned to.
In a move that could ignite a fire back under Amazon's e-reader brand, the Kindle is heading to Best Buy brick-and-mortar locations as well as the electronics retailer's online store in time for the holiday shopping season.