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 chases 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

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

While the iPad continues to dominate tablet traffic, there is a new leader in the e-reader battle between Barnes & Noble’s Nook and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Apple’s tablet accounted for 91 percent of the hundreds of millions of Web traffic …

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iPad still dominates tablet traffic, but Nook surges past Kindle Fire – CNET News

When I curled up with a guilty-pleasure book on my first Kindle, I would always wake up with my face resting on the screen, which was streaked with the drool that can accompany sleep. And, because I had been reading before drifting off, the …

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Kindle vs. Nook: Which e-reader is better in bed? [Video] – Los Angeles Times

The next time you buy a Kindle from Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) you may have to put up with ads on the welcome screen. The Kindle Fire is the most popular product that Amazon currently has on offer. As a result, the company’s advertising department is …

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Are Kindle Ads A New Direction For Amazon? – msnbc.com

Size isn’t everything when it comes to tablets, but Amazon.com (AMZN) is apparently hoping to make that point moot. DigiTimes– the Taiwanese tech publication that’s a hotbed of supplier rumors — is reporting that Amazon plans to supersize its …

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Watch Out, Apple: The Kindle Fire Is Getting Bigger – Daily Finance

Digital media site comScore Inc has released some interesting figures in the digital world, for the first quarters — Amazon’s Kindle Fire has managed to grab over 50% of the Android tablet market. The Kindle Fire leads with 54.4% of the market …

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Kindle Fire reigns supreme, says ComScore Inc – Examiner

When Barnes & Noble launched a Nook e-reader with an integrated light last month, many speculated that it was only a matter of time before Amazon would release a new front-lit version of its monochrome Kindle e-ink e-reader. Well, according to …

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Report: Front-lit Kindle coming in July – CNET News

Target Corp. (TGT), the second largest U.S. discount chain, will stop selling Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN)’s Kindle brand of e-readers and tablets after two years, while continuing to offer similar products from Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Barnes & Noble …

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Target Will Stop Selling Amazon’s Kindle After Two Years – Bloomberg