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Amazon’s ‘Kindle for Kids Bundle’ comes just in time for summer

Amazon’s ‘Kindle for Kids Bundle’ comes just in time for summer

School's out for summer, which means that children will have a lot more free time, and their parents are going to have to find ways to entertain them. Amazon wants to be your solution to summertime as it introduces the "Kindle for Kids Bundle". Perfect for rainy days and long car trips, the package includes the latest Kindle, kid-friendly case, and 2 year warranty for $99.00. If purchased separately, parents would be spending about $40 more.

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Kindle Unlimited subscribers buy more books, says Nielsen

Kindle Unlimited subscribers buy more books, says Nielsen

Last summer, Amazon introduced its Kindle Unlimited subscription ebook service, something that gives users access to hundreds of thousands of books for a flat rate via their Kindle. The benefits are obvious, and those who consumer a lot of books in a month will find it helps cut down on the monthly budget. As with many other services, Amazon hasn't been open about its statistics on the subscription option, but Nielsen has stepped in to fill that void, dropping some numbers to give an idea of how the service is used.

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Amazon Kindle Textbook Creator lets users create educational content

Amazon Kindle Textbook Creator lets users create educational content

Amazon has introduced its new Kindle Textbook Creator, a tool that lets users create digital textbooks and related materials that include educational elements, not the least of which are flashcards. Students will then be able to access this content on the same devices other Kindle content can be accessed on, including their Fire tablets. The tool is currently in a beta stage, and as with the Kindle Direct Publishing platform, those interested are able to directly upload their content for others to enjoy.

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Amazon Fire HDX 8.9 review: a pretty one-way path

Amazon Fire HDX 8.9 review: a pretty one-way path

With the mid-size tablet genre being redefined, Amazon has stepped in with their latest, an 8.9-inch HDX version of the Fire tablet. Taking square aim at the iPad mini and Air, as well as the Nexus 9, this tablet brings a familiar set of specs and viewing experience. Depending on what you want from your tablet, though, the Fire HDX 8.9 might be right for you. To see just how much has improved, and whether or not you should give it a hard look, we took it for a test run.

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Kindle Voyage Review: Ereader Royalty

Kindle Voyage Review: Ereader Royalty

The ebook didn’t kill the paperback, and Amazon is counting on the fact that not only hasn’t the tablet killed the ereader, but that there’s still room for a premium model in the shape of the Kindle Voyage. Fronted by an incredible e-paper display, Amazon’s smartest screen illumination system to-date, and a bevy of software enhancements focused on readers, it’s certainly shaping up to be a great home for your digital 50 Shades. In a world of free Kindle apps and $249 iPads, however, the Kindle Voyage needs to do more than just pack in the pixels in order to justify its existence.

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Bezos’ new media: Kindle may get own Washington Post app

Bezos’ new media: Kindle may get own Washington Post app

If Amazon Jeff Bezos has his way, you’ll be ensconced in his media empire soon enough. A new report suggests The Washington Post, which Bezos recently purchased, will make a home on the Amazon Kindle. Via a proprietary app, the printed word will come to the best eReading platform around.

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Amazon Kindle review: digital paper never looked so good

Amazon Kindle review: digital paper never looked so good

Readers know all about the Kindle. A mainstay of eReading for quite some time, the e-ink tablet may have lost some ground to others, but it still has bite. How much is left in the tank? We find out!

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Icarus Illumina HD totes Android 4.2 and Amazon’s Kindle app

Icarus Illumina HD totes Android 4.2 and Amazon’s Kindle app

If you're in the market for an ordinary (read: non-tablet) ereader, but you're looking for something other than Amazon's own offering, ICARUS has launched a solid compromise: the Illumina HD. With the Illumina HD comes Android 4.2 and the Amazon app, giving it the best of both worlds.

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Amazon, Hachette, collateral damage, and you

Amazon, Hachette, collateral damage, and you

A group of authors published open letter , wherein they detail their objections to the protracted assault Amazon has levied against Hachette. In response, Amazon published their own line of reasoning for the eBook cold war today, suggesting the shop-from-home giant is simply looking out for our best interest as consumers. What neither have done is fully appreciate the author or reader.

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Phone shown in Amazon video, may confirm what June 18 will bring

Phone shown in Amazon video, may confirm what June 18 will bring

Did you see it?! We didn’t either, but one enterprising soul caught a glimpse of the Amazon phone in their recently released video, which we brought you earlier. Though the reactions hint that it is indeed the Amazon 3D phone, one lazy camera shot actually shows one of the users holding and interacting with what seems to be the Amazon smartphone.

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Amazon event announced for June 18, likely their rumored phone

Amazon event announced for June 18, likely their rumored phone

Amazon has begun sending out invitations to an event, held on June 18. Via Twitter, the company is asking that we join CEO Jeff Bezos in Seattle, along with the video below. If the video is any indication, we’re about to get that eye-racking phone we’ve heard so much about.

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Kindle for Samsung custom eBook service now available

Kindle for Samsung custom eBook service now available

Samsung and Amazon have announced an interesting tie up that has resulted in Kindle for Samsung. Kindle for Samsung is a custom eBook service that will provide Samsung device users with access to millions of best-selling books, newspapers, and magazines on their mobile device. Samsung says that it will have over 500,000 exclusive titles.

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