Amazon release new Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon has just announced today a new lineup of Kindles. This is not unexpected as some rumors regarding this announcement were reported a few weeks back. One Kindle that was released today, is Amazon‘s new Kindle Paperwhite which features a three different 6 inch displays all in one that let you read in the sunlight, at night, and use its touch screen features. Priced at $119, and $179 for the 3G version, you’ll get a 8 week battery life and a great 7. 5 OZ e-reader.

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Amazon: 180,000 Kindle exclusive books hit 100 million downloads

Amazon Kindle

Becoming a writer was once consider a hard job, that only the best could succeed in it. But, this has all changed as physical publishing is become a thing of the past, and digital printing is becoming more and more viral. If you ever decide to write your own book, you have the option to publish it on multiple platforms which include: Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, and Google Books. However, with this in mind, you wight want to put Amazon Kindle first as they have just announced that their digital platform has published over 180,000 Kindle exclusive books in their KDP program, that have been downloaded over 100 million times.  At the end of the day, whether you choose to go with Amazon, with the KDP program or not, you’ll always have the option of self-publishing any books, plus financial investment free.

Source: BusinessWire

 

Amazon Kindle Touch goes out of stock, could this behind a new Kindle line-up release?

Kindle Touch Out of Stock

Amazon has been slashing down prices, and announcing a press conference for Sept. 6th, suspiciously. And to add to that, Amazon has also just decided to put the Kindle Touches availability as out of stock, today. Therefore, I could almost bet my house  that Amazon is releasing a whole new Kindle line-up to rival up with the new Google Nexus and to-be-released Microsoft Surface tablets. However, I wouldn’t be too surprise if more Kindle get out of stock, or prices go down.

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Amazon discounts prove that some new Kindles are coming into town

Amazon has for some unknown reason slashed down the prices for its Kindle DX by $110. The big A has additionally decided to slash prices on sixteen different Kindle accessories. What could this possibly mean? Has Amazon decided to put consumers first? Not a chance, this can only mean that they are trying to get rid of their stock ASAP before something else hits those shelves. The only thing relevant that could take their space are some new Kindles, possibly 10 inch. We’ll soon find out, what Amazon has in stock for us.

Source: Gizmodo