Launched strategically in time for back-to-school textbook pricing, it's the first implementation of RedLaser, the bar code technology that eBay acquired earlier this summer.
The textbook industry is under fresh attack, as Amazon.com starts letting customers rent paper text books.
Halfway, Ore., which once publicly changed its name to Half.com, sells piece of dot-com history; Web site's founder puts in winning bid.
Amazon's ever-growing empire now includes a game-development studio and rentable textbooks. Plus: the government's latest push for cell phone radiation warning labels.
College students are heading back to school soon. Here are some online resources to help them--no matter the subject.
Online auctioneer cancels its deal with ValueClick. It plans to handle affiliate marketing on its own trough the eBay Partner Network as of April 1.
The Kansas city is one of a handful in the running to be a test market for Google's fiber-optic broadband Internet. And it really, really, really wants to win.
Better World Books raises $4.5 million from social entrepreneurship investor to branch out into publishing, book rentals, and international do-gooding.
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Amazon's latest device, the Kindle DX, is being marketed with an emphasis on college textbooks. Is it worth the price, or are e-textbooks a better solution?