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Amazon Set To Launch The Kindle Touch On April 27th In Europe, Pre-Order Now

Amazon Set To Launch The Kindle Touch On April 27th In Europe, Pre-Order Now

Amazon has a pretty solid track record with hardware releases, and now it seems they’re taking that success and the Kindle Touch across the pond to Europe. That’s right, Amazon announced today that the “Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G are now available for pre-order to readers across the UK.” Additionally, it was revealed that both the Kindle Touch and […]

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Amazon Launches The Kindle Touch And Kindle Touch 3G For $99 & $149, Shipping November 21st

Amazon Launches The Kindle Touch And Kindle Touch 3G For $99 & $149, Shipping November 21st

Amazon has unveiled what many would see as a surprise. Here we are expecting the Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet, and Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, comes from left field with something totally diffrent, the Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G. These are pretty much what the Kindle is, but better and all touch. What’s even greater about this announcement is […]

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Amazon Announces Kindle Textbook Rental, Students Can Save Up To 80% On Textbooks

Amazon Announces Kindle Textbook Rental, Students Can Save Up To 80% On Textbooks

Well it’s almost that time – time to go back to school. With that comes the financial strain of paying for books. Fortunately, Amazon wants to alleviate some of that strain this 2011 school year by launching a program called Kindle Textbook Rental. This program will allow students to save up to 80% off their textbooks when rented from the […]

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Amazon Kindle Milestones Are Adding Up, Now Selling More Kindle Books Than Print Books

Amazon Kindle Milestones Are Adding Up, Now Selling More Kindle Books Than Print Books

This may very well be the “Year of Amazon.com”. Today, Amazon announced that their beloved Kindle has eclipsed yet another milestone, as it is now selling more Kindle books than print books. Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO of Amazon.com states that, “Customers are now choosing Kindle books more often than print books. We had high hopes that this would happen […]

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