There are now more e-books sold by Amazon.com than hardcover titles, and the discrepancy is growing bigger, CEO Jeff Bezos announces.
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Some new data from Amazon.com this morning: it's now selling more Kindle ebooks than print books.
Since April 1, for every 100 print books Amazon.com has sold, the company says it has sold 105 Kindle books.