With so many e-readers to choose from, there's a model for everyone this holiday season.
Amazon doesn't have the e-book reader market sewn-up tight yet with the Kindle. The latest Kobo e-reader is an impressive alternative.
Amazon.com on Wednesday unveiled a new tool that lets users read sample parts of Kindle e-books through a Web browser.
The store will function similar to Apple's and challenge Google's official app collection, and Amazon may be working on a tablet computer that will be unveiled with the store.
Amazon's free update to the Kindle Android app makes e-books searchable via voice or text; lets you add in-book notes; and integrates with Dictionary.com, Wikipedia, and Shelfari.
Amazon has a new Kindle ad campaign targeting the iPad, but the Apple tablet is actually a superior reading platform in many cases, and it is not a Kindle competitor.
The Kindle's increasingly strong presence in physical stores should boost e-reader sales.