So you’re thinking about buying a Kindle Fire, but you’re not quite sure if it’s the right tablet computer for what you want? Here are some reviews to help you decide.
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Amazon likes to brag that you can read all the newspapers and magazines you want, wirelessly, from the comfort of your Kindle. Unfortunately, the costs associated with subscribing to these publications may be a little too steep for some. Enter Delivereads, which delivers free, high-quality content to your Kindle.
More and more people are reading books on their Kindles and iPads and other e-reading devices, but there are still zillions of printed books being purchased, too. But is the printed book about to become a relic? Maybe so, says a writer for the Telegraph.
When it comes to tablets and e-readers, many people think there’s just Apple’s iPad and Amazon’s Kindle. Is that the case? Not any longer.
Looking for an e-reader or a tablet, like the iPad, the Kindle, or the Galaxy Tab? Here’s some expert advice.
Amazon announced today a new Kindle feature, launching later this year, that will allow libraries to lend out copies of Kindle ebooks to patrons.
Are you a fan of the Kindle, Amazon’s popular reading device—either on the Kindle itself or maybe on a phone?
So you recently became the owner of a slick new Kindle 3. Congratulations! Hopefully you’re enjoying your new device.
David Pogue, the technology columnist for The New York Times, has a gift guide for 2010, with Amazon’s Kindle topping the list.
Wondering what e-reader to buy for a holiday gift? Certainly the Kindle, now available for just $139 for the standard model with a 6-inch display, is likely to top many lists, given the price, the Wi-Fi connectivity, and the backing of the world’s largest bookseller, Amazon.