A Site For Kindle Fans

After a long wait, Barnes & Noble has finally unveiled a browser-based platform, allowing users to explore and read the company’s e-books from a Mac or PC. Dubbed Nook for Web, the platform requires no sign-in, software download, or Nook account …

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Nook goes after Kindle with browser-based service – CNET News

I truly enjoy trying to figure out where Barnes and Noble is heading next with the Nook.  My track record at this has been spotty so far, but for some reason it’s fun, and given how out of favor they are I don’t really have a lot of competition.

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Kindle Rumors Imply Nook Smartphone – Motley Fool

NEW YORK — In the 1982 sci-fi movie “Blade Runner,” there are hints that the hero, played by Harrison Ford, is an artificial human — an “android” or “replicant.” His job is to go out and kill other, rogue androids. If he’s an android, he’s …

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Google’s Nexus 7 targets Kindle – vcstar.com

But the many options for getting and reading them can be confusing. How do I get e-books The main stores are Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Apple’s iBookstore and Google Play. You can also download older book titles for free or get a free e-book …

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Your Guide to eBooks – msnbc.com

Google Inc. said Wednesday that it will sell its own tablet computer, the Nexus 7, based on its Android operating system. Google is the latest challenger to Apple, maker of the popular iPad. The new tablet will also compete directly with Amazon …

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A look at how Google’s new device compares with iPad, Kindle Fire, other rivals – Washington Post

The Hingham Public Library announces that its eBook collection is now compatible with the world’s bestselling eBook reader, the Amazon Kindle. Patrons can now download popular and classic eBooks to a Kindle device or any mobile device running the free …

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Library now offering eBooks for Kindle – Abington Mariner

What’s next for Kindle hardware? Well, a credible source has told CNET that Amazon will unveil a second-generation Kindle Fire this summer and that it’s targeting July 31st for a launch event. The DigiTimes article cited the usual sources in the …

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Kindle Fire 2 may hit as soon as July – CNET News

While the iPad and a slew of less-obvious competitors duke it out for the premium end of the tablet pool, Amazon has made a big splash with its $199 Kindle Fire, a smaller and significantly cheaper option – and Barnes & Noble has its own like-priced …

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Kindle Fire vs Nook Tablet: which should you buy? – Techradar.com

The U.S. State Department is working with Amazon to potentially supply its employees with Kindle Touch eReader devices. The government agency has asked Amazon to bid on what could become a 5 year, $16.5 million contract. According to a solicitation …

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U.S. State Dept. Asks Amazon For Kindle Contract – Mediabistro.com

As a blogger who once listed 10 reasons to Hate the Kindle — you can’t get it autographed by authors, for example — I’ve tempered my emotions on e-readers. I now do a fair amount of reading on my iPad and have started to review books on a …

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Kindle and Tolstoy get punked by Nook – Baltimore Sun