Road Trip 2010: At the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia, more than 20 million coins are made every day. CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman watches the production process up close.
The virtual currency has expanded beyond Kindle owners to all Android users in the United States and elsewhere.
Superman gets the chance to fight for the Canadian way with the Royal Canadian Mint's release of a set of commemorative coins.
The online retailer launches yet another Amazon Coins promotion in hopes of luring more customers into its app store.
Amazon is launching its own money, Amazon Coins, and handing out £4 to every Kindle Fire and HDX owner to get you started.
The e-commerce giant marks the launch by disbursing 500 free Amazon Coins -- which buys as much as does a $5 bill -- into the Amazon accounts of existing and new Kindle Fire customers in the U.S.
Amazon is excited about its virtual currency coming in May. But CNET News' Stephen Shankland is concerned about sacrificing the flexibility of real-world money and other potential pitfalls.
The currency will offer Kindle Fire owners a different way to buy games, other apps, and in-app items.
New Zealand Mint releases another set of "Star Wars"-themed silver coins starring major characters from "A Phantom Menace."
Save up your credits. The New Zealand Mint is unleashing a force of "Star Wars"-theme coins that will serve as legal tender on the tiny island of Niue.