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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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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