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Barnes & Noble hacked, bank-card data stolen

Barnes & Noble revealed Wednesday that PIN pads at 63 of its U.S. stores were compromised in September, in what appears to be a sophisticated criminal effort to steal banking cards information and PIN numbers from customers.

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Google, publishers reach book-scanning settlement

The Association of American Publishers and Google have reached a settlement to end seven years of litigation over the company's book-scanning project.

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Barnes & Noble drops price of Nook with GlowLight e-reader by $20

The Nook with GlowLight, slashed to $119 from $139, is now the same price as the Kindle Paperwhite, which Amazon introduced earlier this month.

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Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite explained in new video

The online retailer introduced the gadget earlier this month, and it has generated strong interest.

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Apple, ebook publishers look to settle EU antitrust dispute

Apple, along with four major ebook publishers, have offered retailers such as Amazon the option to set their own prices for e-books for the next two years in a bid to end an antitrust investigation in the E.U.

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Amazon to allow ads opt-out on Kindle Fire HD for $15 upcharge

Making tablet buyers as happy as possible is a good play considering the competitive landscape, particularly amid the popularity of Apple's iPad.

Amazon's new Kindles: up close

Amazon unleashed a torrent of new Kindles and features Thursday that, coupled with its content, make Amazon a force to be reckoned with--again.

Kindle Fire HD highlights Amazon's parade of tablets

Amazon rolls out a potential iPad rival in the form of its $499 Kindle Fire HD, as well an updated version of its Kindle Fire tablet and a new e-reader called the Kindle Paperwhite.

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Live blog: Amazon's Kindle press event

We're on the scene at Amazon's big press event in Santa Monica, California, and live blogging now. Join us.

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E-book Publishers Reach $69 Million Settlement With States

Three book publishers will pay more than US$69 million to U.S. states to settle charges they collaborated to fix prices of e-books.

10-Inch Kindle Fire May be Delayed

Amazon's event next week may highlight tablets that are smaller than Apple's iPad.

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US ITC Institutes Investigation Against Amazon, Samsung and Others

The U.S. International Trade Commission said Tuesday it had instituted an investigation into wireless consumer electronics devices and components thereof of 13...

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U.S. Department of State Cancels Large Kindle Contract

The U.S Department of State has withdrawn plans to place a US$16.5 million order on Amazon.com for its Kindle Touch devices along with content management, and...

Sony Launches PRS-T2 Touchscreen E-Reader for $130

The device features new social features for Facebook and Evernote and comes with a voucher to get the e-book version of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

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Barnes & Noble Cuts Nook Prices

The tablet market gets lively as release dates approach for Microsoft's Surface and Google Nexus 7 -- plus whatever the current players have in the works.

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