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Amazon Prime Book Lending: Your FAQs Answered

Users can start borrowing books from Amazon right now, so here's what you need to know about using the service with your Kindle device.

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Amazon Sets up Kindle Lending Library

Amazon.com announced the launch of an e-book lending library for Kindle users, that allows Amazon Prime members to borrow books for free, as frequently as a book...

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New Nook Color: 4 Things We Want to See

Barnes & Noble is expected to announce a new version of their e-reader/tablet soon. Here's what we think they need to compete with Amazon's Kindle Fire.

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Amazon Boosts Kindle Fire Production

Thanks to immense pre-order demand and a report showing that tablets are going to be a hot item this holiday season, Amazon is building millions more Kindle Fires than anticipated.

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Amazon Updates Kindle Line to HTML5, CSS3

Amazon is dropping its Mobi 7 format in favor of an HTML5 system that will bring more design features to the Kindle Fire and new e-ink models.

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Kobo Vox 'Social eReader' to Battle Kindle Fire, Nook Color

The battle of the color eReaders is about to begin, and now there's a new contestant.

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UK Bookseller Aims for Kindle with Kobo

WHSmith will market two e-readers starting next week, answering Amazon's Kindle with the Kobo reader.

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Holiday Tech Gadget Sneak Peek

Gadget makers are gearing up for the holidays, showing off AudioBulbs, Kinect add-ons, and sub-$250 tablets. Here is a look at what they'll be promoting.

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Kindle Fire's a Hit, Sight Unseen

Amazon's budget tablet is reportedly blazing its way to record pre-orders, even before prospective customers have touched it.

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Trump, Rich Dad's Kiyosaki Put Twist on E-book Marketing

Donald Trump has trained his eye for promotion on e-books, teaming up with Robert Kiyosaki, author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad," in a new twist on the traditional...

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New Kindle with Special Offers E-book Feature: Remove Ads for $30

Those who purchased the Kindle with Special Offers version of Amazon's e-reader can now expunge the ads for a one-time fee of $30.

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Kindle Fire Teardown Pegs Price at $209.63

Amazon is selling its device at a loss, but that's exactly what the company wants.

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Kindle Fire Preorders: 95,000 Units Sold

Third-party research firm eDataSource's estimate comes close to the number of day one preorders for Apple's original iPad.

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