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Amazon Kindle Unlimited, the Spotify of books, arrives in the UK

Amazon Kindle Unlimited, the Spotify of books, arrives in the UK

By 24 September 2014

Amazon has now launched its Kindle Unlimited service in the UK allowing readers to enjoy unlimited books for a monthly fee of £7.99. Kindle Unlimited subscribers have access to over 650,000 books including the Harry Potter series, the Hunger Games trilogy,... >>

Amazon Kindle Voyage official: Top of the line eBook reader with next-gen Paperwhite display

Amazon Kindle Voyage official: Top of the line eBook reader with next-gen Paperwhite display

By 18 September 2014

Amazon has announced a more high-end option to its Kindle Paperwhite eBook reader and, as leaked a day early by the retailer's German and Japanese sites, it's called the Kindle Voyage. In addition, the company has replaced its entry-level model with... >>

Sony is quitting the eReader biz worldwide, after losing out to Amazon Kindle

Sony is quitting the eReader biz worldwide, after losing out to Amazon Kindle

By 5 August 2014

Months after shutting down the Sony Reader Store for eBooks as well as closing down eBook outlets worldwide and transferring customers to Kobo for all new eBook purchases, Sony has announced it will stop manufacturing eReader hardware. According to The... >>

Amazon Cloud Drive adds ability to see documents stored on a Kindle

Amazon Cloud Drive adds ability to see documents stored on a Kindle

By 16 April 2014

Amazon has added the ability to see the personal documents stored on any of your Kindle or Kindle app-enabled devices through its one Amazon Cloud Drive service. If you have sent your Kindle devices documents in the past, through the email delivery system,... >>

Amazon Kindle gets a price cut, now only £59

Amazon Kindle gets a price cut, now only £59

By 30 January 2014

Amazon has slashed £10 off the price of the entry-level Amazon Kindle, meaning you can now pick one up for £59. The entry-level model offers a 6-inch E Ink display and buttons across the bottom for navigation. It comes with Wi-Fi to keep you connected... >>

Amazon working on device that will be ‘bigger than Kindle’, Apple TV rival perhaps?

Amazon working on device that will be ‘bigger than Kindle’, Apple TV rival perhaps?

By 15 January 2014

Amazon is working on a new device that it claims could be "bigger than Kindle". The company hosted a happy hour recruitment tour in Boston at the end of December and in the invitation it revealed that a new product was in the development stage. What that... >>

Sky Go to arrive on most Android tablets by 3 December

Sky Go to arrive on most Android tablets by 3 December

By 13 November 2013

Sky Go has always taken its time to arrive on Android devices as each one is a little different and Sky doesn’t like to get things wrong. So it comes as little surprise that the wait for its Android tablet version of the app will go on for a little... >>

'Login with Amazon' service launched, one sign in for websites, games and app

'Login with Amazon' service launched, one sign in for websites, games and app

By 29 May 2013

Amazon has announced a Facebook-style single login for websites, games and applications. Called "Login with Amazon", it allows you to sign into other services using your Amazon password, just like Facebook's one-click login system. “Login with Amazon enables... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Kindle for Android review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Kindle for Android review (Android)

By 11 March 2013

There's a lot of talk of ecosystems with modern smartphones and the war raging around where you buy your content and where you consume it. In an ideal world you're free to move your content around and do with it what you want: it is, after all, your content.... >>

One day offer on Kindle: £59 and it's yours

One day offer on Kindle: £59 and it's yours

By 4 February 2013

Still haven't got an eBook reader yet and were thinking of doing so? Today - 4 February - would be a good day to consider buying a fifth-generation Kindle as Amazon.co.uk is offering it with a £10 discount, meaning it'll set you back a very reasonable... >>