A 'new and improved' Kindle. So now, what?

Amazon turns a new page, so to speak, in the history of its e-reader. We take a closer look at the changes and what else was left out.


The upgrades to Amazon's e-book reader are pretty routine: faster, better battery life, better screen, bigger storage capacity. That still won't be enough to make everyone rush to get one. CNET's David Carnoy examines the changes and the likely impact on potential shoppers still wavering on whether to buy one.
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Charles Cooper is an executive editor at CNET News. He has covered technology and business for more than 25 years, working at CBSNews.com, the Associated Press, Computer & Software News, Computer Shopper, PC Week, and ZDNet. E-mail Charlie.

 

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