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Kindle books now available from 11,000 libraries

Service allows free checkouts from local library Web sites direct to a Kindle. This means that highlighting and margin notes in library books are no longer a problem.

By Sep. 21, 2011

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M-Edge's waterproof Kindle case now shipping

The Guardian, which M-Edge bills as the world's first fully waterproof, floating case for Kindle, is now available for purchase for $79.99.

By Jun. 9, 2010

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A waterproof Kindle case that floats

Made of molded plastic, M-Edge's new Guardian case protects the Kindle in water up to one meter deep. It's due out this spring.

By Jan. 5, 2010

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Annotation, subsidies could and should be Apple's 'killer apps'

High technology aside, the two great things about old-fashioned books are that they are cheap, and you can take notes in them. Can Apple's tablet offer both?

By Jan. 27, 2010

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Kindle 2 gets naked

Anyway, the total geeks (that is a huge compliment) over at ifixit have gutted the Amazon Kindle 2 to see what makes it tick.

By Feb. 25, 2009

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Amazon Kindle 2: A full review

While it's still short of perfection--and has a too-high price tag--the Amazon Kindle 2 offers a range of improvements that makes it the best overall e-book reader we've seen to date.

By Feb. 24, 2009

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Amazon's secret weapon: Kindle Lighted Leather Case

While it's expensive, the Kindle Lighted Leather Case has an ingenious design and will be a tempting add-on purchase for buyers of the third-generation Kindle.

By Aug. 22, 2010

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Enjoy your Kindle at night with the e-Luminator2

M-Edge announces the availability of the e-Luminator2 for the Amazon Kindle, an accessory that provides lighting for nighttime reading.

By Jul. 22, 2009

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Rumor: Free Kindles to Amazon Prime customers?

TechCrunch claims it has it on good authority that Amazon is looking into giving away Kindle e-readers to customers who subscribe to its $79 Prime service for fast, free shipping.

By Feb. 12, 2010

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Cheap hardware loves Linux, hurts Microsoft

Redmond is reeling from the rise of cheap, single-purpose hardware, while Linux vendors stand to gain from the same phenomenon.

By Jan. 12, 2010