Kindle sales on fire: Amazon
Amazon said Thursday that it sold more than one million Kindles a week in December with the new Kindle Fire tablet computer its top-selling item.
The Kindle Fire's big security problem
Security concerns are giving some consumers another reason to hold off on the Kindle Fire, one of the holiday's hottest gadgets.
Amazon selling over one million Kindles a week
Amazon said Thursday that it is selling more than one million Kindles a week and the new Kindle Fire tablet computer is its top-selling item.
Kindle Fire software update on the way
Amazon said Monday that a software update to improve the performance of Kindle Fire tablets will be released within two weeks.
Steve Jobs biography Amazon's top seller for 2011
A biography of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was Amazon's best-selling book this year despite hitting store shelves and electronic readers only in late October, Amazon said Monday.
Gift guide to the hottest smartphones and tablets
Choosing the right gadget can be hard, especially if you are unfamiliar with the mobile landscape. Many ask, "What's the best?" But priorities vary among users. You'll have to weigh those for yourself.
Amazon opens Spanish, Italian Kindle stores
Amazon began offering digital books in Spanish and Italian for the Kindle on Thursday and selling Spanish- and Italian-language versions of the electronic book reader.
Kindle sales quadrupled on Black Friday: Amazon
Online retailing giant Amazon said Monday that sales of its Kindle e-readers and tablets quadrupled on Black Friday over the previous year's annual pre-Christmas national shopping orgy.
Penguin reverses course for now on Kindle lending
One of the country's largest publishers, Penguin Group (USA), is temporarily restoring libraries' ability to loan their e-books for Amazon.com's Kindle - but only through the end of the year.
Review: Nook Tablet is Kindle Fire's worthy foe
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How the Nook Tablet compares to the Kindle Fire
A comparison of the major features of Barnes & Noble Inc.'s Nook Tablet computer and Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle Fire:
Research firm: Amazon sells $199 tablet at a loss
(AP) -- Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle Fire tablet, which started shipping this week, costs $201.70 to make, a research firm said Friday. That's $2.70 more than Amazon charges for it.
Amazon may be planning smartphone: Citi analysts
Amazon, which began shipping a tablet computer this week, may be eyeing the smartphone market.
Kindle Fire shipping to mixed reviews
Amazon began shipping the Kindle Fire on Monday as initial reviews were mixed for the touchscreen tablet computer seen as a potentially strong rival to Apple's market-leading iPad.