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Why Amazon Should Sell a Tablet

Amazon will unveil a multipurpose tablet of its own--the only question is when.

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Will Amazon's Kindle Be Free By November?

Although it seems unlikely, several bloggers point out that if the Amazon Kindle's price declines continue, the device could possibly cost nothing by the end of 2011.

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AT&T Stores to Carry Kindle 3G

Wireless carrier joins Best Buy, Staples, and Target in selling the Kindle but will only handle the 3G version.

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The Pitfalls of E-Book Buying: What to Look Out for Before You Purchase

Easy downloads and convenient storage are the chief lures of a virtual library, but ownership has some irritating downsides that require your attention before you hit the e-book purchase button.

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What's New in Kindle Version 3.1

Amazon's latest software update for the Kindle has a notes feature and page numbers.

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Will Apple Close the e-Book on Kindle?

Analysis: Apple is modifying its licensing policy, raising doubts that e-books bought elsewhere will be readable on Apple devices.

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Amazon Touts E-Book Sales; Kindles, Not so Much

Analysis: Why Amazon may be selling lots of ebooks but not so many Kindles.

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eBookFling Brings Digital Libraries to Kindle, Nook

Borrowers can create a wish list queue of books they would like to read and lenders earn 1 credit for every 5 books they list on the site as available for borrowing.

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Copia Hopes Partnerships Lift Social E-Reader Platform

The service, which allows users to compare reading lists with friends, share passages and send notes, has some support from Motorola, Samsung and Microsoft.

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Amazon: Kindle 3 Our All-Time Bestseller

Bezos touts high sales for its e-reader, but refuses to divulge actual sales numbers.

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