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.
E-reader faceoff: Kindle or Nook? Here's a comparison
There's a titanic battle brewing in the e-reader market. The Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook are leaving competitors in the dust this summer and are locked in a war that has dropped prices by more ...
Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab vs. Apple iPad
More than eight months after the release of the Apple iPad, fans of Google's Android mobile operating system finally have a contender in the race for tablet supremacy.
Review: Tablet shoppers should take a look at the Nook HD
When it comes to the mini-tablet market, Barnes & Noble's Nook HD often seems to be the forgotten player. It shouldn't be. There's a lot to like about the new tablet.
Amazon Christmas day e-book sales beat print sales
On Christmas Day customers bought more electronic books than hard-copy books on Internet retail giant Amazon.com, the company said in a statement Saturday.
With Kindle Fire, Amazon's digital ambitions burn
(AP) -- Amazon's unveiling of the Kindle Fire tablet computer sends a bright-hot message: The online retailer is ready to rival iPad maker Apple in an effort to be the world's top digital content provider.
Which e-reader is best for me?
It's the question I field most often from readers: Which e-reader should I buy?
Review: Acer's Iconia W700 convertible tablet an awkward compromise
The recent release of Microsoft's Windows 8 has sparked a revolution in PC design. Computer manufacturers are developing "convertible" computers, which typically include touch-screen displays that can be ...
Review: Google Nexus 7 nice, but content lacking
If you want a tablet but can't afford an iPad, Google's new Nexus 7 is not a bad choice.
Review: Despite upgrades, iPad Mini not worth Apple's premium
The iPad Mini is a device I'd like to love.
Study shows readers absorb less information when reading on a Kindle
Analysis says $79 Kindle costs $84 to make
A recent analysis from IHS iSuppli determined that Amazon's $79 Kindle e-reader, which is the online retailer's cheapest Kindle thus far, costs $84.25 to make.
Sony e-book reader gets 500,000 books from Google
(AP) -- Google Inc. is making half a million books, unprotected by copyright, available for free on Sony Corp.'s electronic book-reading device, the companies were set to announce Thursday.
E-reader sales soaring but Apple captures the buzz
Sales of electronic book readers are booming, companies are jostling for a share of the fledgling market and Amazon's going global with the Kindle.