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Amazon has posted their financial numbers for the second quarter of 2012. Amazon’s net income for the quarter only amounted to $7 million. This 96% drop from the same quarter a year ago is harsh, but Amazon says its profits were affected by …

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Kindle Fire remains Amazon’s best-seller in Q2’12 – Phandroid

So you bought a Kindle, you loaded it up with free classics like Paradise Lost, and now it sits on a shelf while your kids play on your iPod. Or perhaps that was just me. In any case, there are far more interesting ways to use that nifty gadget …

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12 Fun and easy ways to use the Kindle in your homeschool – Examiner

A Kindle is a wonderful thing. It is the iPod of books, a means to transport the British Library around in your pocket. It can also be an expensive hobby. Just like iTunes or any other content platform, getting conventional Kindle books is going to cost …

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How to get free Kindle books – Pocket-lint.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

I told you so, in April. Contrary to pundits at the time viewing Google’s tablet as an iPad competitor, I saw something else: Google isn’t gunning for Apple but Amazon. After getting my hands on the tablet this evening, and comparing the …

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Meet Google Nexus 7, Kindle Killer – Beta News

All seven Harry Potter books are now available in the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, marking the series’ first availability outside the Pottermore store. The books became available Tuesday to Amazon Prime users, who may borrow one book a month …

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Harry Potter books land in Amazon’s Kindle Owners’ Lending Library – Los Angeles Times

As promised, all seven “Harry Potter” books are now available in Amazon’s Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. Amazon announced last month that it had inked an exclusive licensing deal with J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore to make all seven “Harry Potter …

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All 7 ‘Harry Potter’ books come to Kindle Owners’ Lending Library – CNET News

“See Dick. See Dick run.” That was a simple sentence in a simpler time, from the first book I learned to read. I fondly remember Dick, his sisters, Jane and Sally, and those loveable pets, Spot and Puff. I can still remember how it felt to hold that book …

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OPINION SHAPER: Will a Kindle ever match the thrill of a bound book? – St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The second incarnation of the Kindle book reader, introduced last week by Amazon, has attracted significant attention, with most reviewers describing it as sleek and user-friendly, and a few hailing it as the device that may finally make digital readers …

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In Defense of the Kindle – Atlantic Online

Announced on their homepage earlier this week, The Kindle Owner Lending Library by Amazon will now have all seven Harry Potter Books available to check out. With this huge step towards making literature available without having to pay a huge fee, the trend …

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Amazon Announces Kindle’s Owner Lending Library Will Now Lend All 7 Harry Potter … – YAHOO!