Review: Amazon's Kindle lifts business documents

Telegraph.co.uk - 25 Oct, 2010
By Techbyte It's a toy, right? Well, not really. Although it doesn't have the extensive internet browser capabilities that make the iPad a decent business ...

Amazon To Let Kindle Users Lend E-Books

InformationWeek - Antone Gonsalves - 25 Oct, 2010
Matching the Barnes & Noble Nook's "LendMe" technology, Amazon will allow Kindle users to share books with each other for up to 14 days. ...

Amazon to Allow Sharing of Kindle E-Books

Wall Street Journal - Geoffrey A. Fowler - 25 Oct, 2010
On Friday, the maker of the Kindle e-reader announced in a blog post that it would allow Kindle users to lend e-books to friends. ...

Amazon Extends Value of Kindle with New Lending Feature

PC World - Tony Bradley - ‎Oct 23, 2010‎
Amazon announced that it will soon update the Kindle software to allow users to lend and share Kindle books. ...

E-book wave now a tsunami

Chicago Sun-Times - Bob Minzesheimer - ‎Oct 23, 2010‎
Though they only make up 9 percent of the consumer book market, e-book sales are up 193 percent over a year ago, according to the ...

Amazon: 14-day lending coming to Kindle later this year

USA Today - Lauren Indvik - ‎Oct 22, 2010‎
Amazon will allow Kindle users to lend books to each other for 14-day periods, the company announced Friday. The lending feature has been one of the primary ...

Why Smartphones Have the E-Reader Advantage

ITworld.com - Ryan Faas - 25 Oct, 2010
I'm a big fan of ebooks. I was a fan of the idea of reading on a digital device back in the nineties before such things were cool. ...

Walmart Jumps Into the eBook Wars

NBC Bay Area - Sajid Farooq - 25 Oct, 2010
The Barnes and Noble e-reader is in direct competition with Apple's iPad, which is more than just an e-reader and is already carried by ...

Amazon Kindle Now Allows for E-Book Lending

eWeek - Nicholas Kolakowski - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon.com has enabled a 14-day lending feature for Kindle e-books, matching a similar Barnes & Noble feature and escalating the e-reader wars. ...

Amazon Kindle to get e-book 'lending' features

Wired.co.uk - Duncan Geere - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon has announced that it'll soon be allowing Kindle owners to "lend" e-books to their friends ...

Amazon to offer "read anywhere" option for Kindle subscriptions

Poynter.org - Damon Kiesow - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon announced Friday that it will soon allow newspaper and magazine subscriptions purchased for the Kindle to be accessible on any platform that runs ...

Amazon Kindle

The Trinidad Guardian - 25 Oct, 2010
“Most asked-for, most-gifted and most 5 star reviews of any product on their website,” are the words that Amazon, the world largest online retailer uses to ...

Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) Allows E-Book Sharing

Stock Briefings - Michel Pena - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) has announced on its website that Kindle users can lend their e-books to other users for a period of two weeks. ...

news In detail

Knowledgespeak (press release) - 25 Oct, 2010
Retail research company Kelkoo UK has predicted that that the e-book market will experience accelerated growth over the next three years, when e-books could ...

Kindle Periodicals to Land Soon on Android, iPhone

Softpedia - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon has just announced a series of new features set to be added to its Kindle applications soon, including the possibility to read Kindle newspapers and ...

Amazon to introduce Kindle ebook sharing

Fiercemobilecontent - Jason Ankeny - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon.com will introduce lending for Kindle, a new feature enabling consumers to share their ebook purchases with other Kindle device and application users ...

Amazon adds new feature to Kindle and brings periodicals to smartphones

Gadget news and reviews - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon certainly knows how to shift E-readers. The Kindle's seen impressive sales figures after a strategic price cut by Amazon earlier this year, and now, ...

Kindle Books Getting 14-Day Lending Feature, Newspapers & Magazines coming to ...

Notebooks.com - Josh Smith - 25 Oct, 2010
Lending a book to a friend is as old as books themselves and has been a feature of the Nook since it's launch. ...

WSJ Doesn't Buy Into Amazon's 'Buy Once, Read Everywhere' Plans

paidContent.org - 25 Oct, 2010
Earlier this month, I told an Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) VP the aspect that bothered me most as a Kindle user was the inability to access my subscriptions across ...

Amazon to let Kindle users lend e-books

TG Daily - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon's moved to improve the competitiveness of its Kindle e-reader by allowing users to lend their books to friends. Like users of Barnes & Noble's LendMe ...

Amazon Kindle software to offer newspapers and magazines smartphones

Mobile Burn - Todd Haselton - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon recently announced that it will begin making Kindle newspapers and magazines available on devices, such as smartphones, with the free Kindle ereader ...

Amazon Kindle to Add eBook Lending Feature, Starting Later This year

DeviceMAG - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon will soon launch two new features, for its Kindle e-book reader, including the new 'lending for Kindle' which allows users to lend titles in their ...

Kindle eBook lending is a poor deal for readers

Techworld.com (blog) - John E. Dunn - 25 Oct, 2010
When did you last borrow a book? Or lend one? Thanks to Amazon, this simple act of generosity will now be possible for eBooks on its ...

Amazon is jumping on the eBook lending bandwagon

Macgasm - 25 Oct, 2010
What is one thing that could be keeping people from migrating to eBooks from traditional paper books? Some might say it's barrier of entry due to cost, ...

Kindle e-books will soon be lendable to your friends

DVICE - Raymond Wong - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon's Kindle e-reader is a nice device. You want to know what's not so nice? Not being able to share your favorite copy of one of those thick-as-hell ...

Amazon to Finally Let You Lend Kindle Books to Friends

Switched - Amar Toor - 25 Oct, 2010
Kindle-wielding bibliophiles will soon be able to share their favorite books with their literary friends, ...

Amazon to introduce Kindle e-book lending

The Bookseller - Graeme Neill - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon is to introduce e-book lending for customers to loan titles to other Kindle users. However, the retailer has said an e-book will only be lendable if ...

Amazon adding support for periodicals to their Kindle applications for smartphones

IntoMobile - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon, who revolutionized the online shopping experience, and is now trying, and succeeding, at making electronic books take off after many false starts, ...

Amazon to introduce Kindle book-lending capability later this year

TopNews United States - Amandeep Dhaliwal - 25 Oct, 2010
In a Friday blog post, Amazon announced that it will, later this year, introduce a 14-day lending period for Kindle e-books " thereby closing a product gap ...

Amazon allows Kindle owners to lend their books to other fellow owners

UberGizmo (blog) - 25 Oct, 2010
Amazon has allowed Kindle owners to lend their books to other owners of the Kindle as well, either that or to folks who already have the free application ...

 

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