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Amazon's Kindle now lets you read e-books in Indian languages

Amazon has finally added support for several Indian languages to its Kindle e-reader. For the first time, books written in languages including Hindi, Tamil and Marathi are available to purchase from the Kindle store. "Thousands" are available at launch.

Amazon revamps its budget Kindle to reverse falling e-book sales

Amazon has announced a new version of its base model Kindle e-reader. The budget device has been updated with a lighter design and improved performance. The changes are designed to attract more people to Kindle as e-readers stagnate.

Amazon's Kindle Oasis is a premium e-reader for regular bookworms

Amazon has unveiled an all-new Kindle e-reader. The Kindle Oasis the company's lightest and thinnest Kindle ever, featuring a unique design that places the device's centre of gravity in the palm of the hand for perfectly balanced comfortable reading.

Kindle owners urged to update their device to keep using it

Amazon has warned owners of older models of its Kindle e-reader that they need to install an important software update today or face the device becoming unusable online from later this week. From March 22, Kindle services will be inaccessible.

Bedtime reading on an eReader may keep you awake

University Park - Reading on an eReader at bedtime, rather than flicking the pages of one of those old-fangled, cuboid contraptions called books, may encourage alertness, a new study has found.

Op-Ed: Hachette v. Amazon e-book feud must consider needs of new authors

Book publisher Hachette and entertainment powerhouse Amazon are locking horns over e-book pricing. Amazon wants to lower the prices of e-books, citing higher readership and high price elasticity, while Hachette wants to avoid a possible price war.

Op-Ed: Want to be an author? Beware Amazon's 'Kindle unlimited'

Amazon.com may soon offer a new "Kindle Unlimited" subscription service for $9.99 per month that gives subscribers unlimited access to over 600,000 titles. What does this mean for new authors?

Op-Ed: Technology impacts reading habits

The onset of Internet technology has led to an explosion of content and redefined publishing, their format, tools, diversity and accessibility of content. In effect, the technology driven publishing industry is growing as never before.

Kindle Fire HDX 7' Tablet to have built in accessibility features

Chicago - Amazon has provided minimal accessibility in the development of their previous Kindle devices. For the first time a Kindle device will have built in accessibility for a number of disabilities

Amazon to monetize fan fiction using new platform 'Kindle Worlds'

Amazon, through its new platform called Kindle Worlds, plans on monetizing the world of "fan fiction." It has obtained licenses for "Gossip Girl," "Pretty Little Liars," and "Vampire Diaries."

Review: Christmas in Venice by Meadow Taylor Special

"Olivia’s Christmas trip to Venice, Italy, should be a holiday dream come true. But when the unattended luggage becomes the focus of a handsome Italian policeman’s bomb investigation, she worries she won’t even make it out of the airport."

Walmart will stop selling Amazon Kindle products

An internal memo was leaked to the media today that showed Walmart is set to bail out on Amazon products like the Kindle and the Kindle Fire.

Unpublished Kurt Vonnegut novella gets released for Kindle

NEW YORK – Death doesn't always stop great writers from publishing their new material. Not even Kurt Vonnegut. So it goes.

Op-Ed: Death of the book — Can bookstores survive in the Amazon.com era?

E-readers such as the Amazon Kindle are hot. Users can carry all the books from their home library right in the palm of their hand. Literally. Amazon's chief executive says this is the way of the future without the need for bookstores. Is he right?

Amazon sued by Kindle case and accessory maker

M-Edge Accessories LLC, a partner of Amazon who manufacturers Kindle cases, has filed a lawsuit against Amazon alleging the online retailer has been "sabotaging" their business.

Report: Amazon in talks to launch Kindle e-book lending system

Seattle - Amazon is reportedly in talks to launch a Kindle e-book library lending system. Amazon users would pay a monthly fee for access to the company's digital library. The rumors have it that it would be like "Netflix for books."
 

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