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There are three similar book subscription services on the market -- which is right for your reading habits?
The monthly subscription service that lets you read an unlimited number of e-books is now available on any desktop or mobile browser.
Want to see what a "Netflix for e-books" might be like? Here's your chance to find out for a full 90 days.
The company launched a pilot program in September and will offer it to more customers in the coming weeks.
Price-comparison site Luzme will show you the prices from every e-book seller that carries the book and notify you if there's a price change.
commentary: Several authors on Twitter mistook an e-book lending Web site for a piracy hub, a mistake that eventually took the site offline. As the dust settles, a disturbing picture of file-sharing hysteria emerges.
If you're in the market for a tablet, CNET's buying guide will set you on the right path.
CEO Jeff Bezos, hoping to lock consumers into its store through services, adds a new cloud service perk for all Prime service subscribers. Up until now, the free storage deal had only been available to owners of Amazon's Fire devices.
It's like a buy-one-get-one-free deal: loan out an e-book you've purchased and you'll get a loan from someone else in return. These services pair you up with interested parties.
Amazon's new e-book subscription service gives members unrestricted access to an extensive library for a monthly fee, but here are five things to consider before signing up.