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Will Amazon deliver a full-fledged Android tablet on Wednesday or a souped-up e-reader that rivals the Nook?
Amazon's Kindle tablet will rival the iPad and the rest of the industry if it gets one big thing right.
Amazon's brand recognition, bevy of existing e-reader owners, and e-commerce platform make it a formidable rival suited to go head-to-head with Apple.
Gift buyers may like what they see in the new Amazon and B&N tablets, particularly if rumors about the devices' sizes, specs, and prices hold true.
After months of rumors, Amazon's Kindle tablet could be here soon.
The Nook and Nook Color will go on sale at Radio Shack on October 3.
Kindle With Special Offers users will soon be able to buy Groupon-like local deals.
Amazon's "Netflix for E-Books" lending program is still a rumor, and not popular with book publishers, but here are some ways it could work.
Amazon is reportedly in talks with book publishers to offer Amazon Prime customers unlimited access to a digital-book library featuring older titles for a flat monthly fee.
With a competitive price and Amazon's wealth of content, the new device could put a dent in other manufacturers' tablet sales -- maybe even Apple's.