Amazon has launched Kindle Unlimited, its subscription e-reading service that allows a user to pay a monthly fee for unlimited access to a library of e-books and audiobooks. The cost is $9.99 per month and the service includes popular titles such as the Harry Potter series, The Lord of the Rings series ... Read More »
The folks over at Gesture Theory have found a pretty significant bug in the Kindle UI that allows users to temporarily download any book in the Kindle store for free. That’s right, full access to paid books for free.
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When browsing the Kindle store, Amazon wants it to be simple for you ... Read More »
Android users have been trying to save the Angry Birds’ eggs from those evil green pigs since October of last year. It’s been no easy task, but it seems those eggs just keep disappearing! Could it be we might switch sides soon and join the evil green piggies?
That just may be the case! Rovio ... Read More »
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As we promised earlier this week, Barnes and Noble this morning officially launched their Nook-branded e-reader application for the Android market.
nook for Android will allow users to access their ebook library and shop for over a million ebooks from the nook store right from their Android device. nook has all the conveniences you’d ... Read More »
Well, well…what have we here?
I’ve just received an email from Barnes and Noble asking me to (for a limited time only) start my eReader collection for free by downloading several books from their classic collection. This, of course, is not news in and of itself, but upon scrolling down to the bottom of the ... Read More »
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is launching its own digital book distribution network, similar to Amazon or Apple iBooks. The service, called Google Editions, looks to launch as early as late June or July, and will break into an extremely tough market.
It will be interesting to see how Editions plays with ... Read More »
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