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matchbook

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Amazon matches print books with discounted digital copies

A new program called MatchBook offers electronic copies of your print books for $2.99 or less.

By October 29, 2013

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Google+ boosts photo, chat features

The social network is flexing new photo and video muscles to lure in content creators. Also, Amazon sells cheap e-books with the MatchBook program.

By October 29, 2013

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Google+ boosts photo, chat features

The social network is flexing new photo and video muscle to lure in content creators. Also, Amazon sells cheap e-books with the MatchBook program.

By October 29, 2013

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Amazon hitches e-copy to that book you bought in 1995

New MatchBook program offers Kindle editions of print books that Amazon customers purchased as early as the online store's first days. For now, the list is limited and could cost up to $2.99 per title.

By September 3, 2013

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Apple plans 2GB iPod Shuffle, cuts price on 1GB player

The new matchbook-size digital music player, with double the flash memory space, will sell for $69, while the 1GB model will now go for $49.

By February 19, 2008

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Apple announces 2GB iPod shuffle, cuts price on 1GB player

Apple on Tuesday shuffled (har, har) its lineup of matchbook-size digital music players, announcing a new iPod Shuffle with double the storage space and slashing the price of its 1GB models to AU$65.

By February 19, 2008

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"Matchbook" MP3 players from JVC

"Matchbook" MP3 players from JVC

By August 3, 2005

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Cornice launches smaller drive with more memory

Hard drive is size of matchbook but holds more storage than previous drives. Cornice drives get smaller, beefier

By January 2, 2006

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IBM pushes hard drive envelope with 37GB

Big Blue demonstrates a huge 37-gigabyte drive for desktop computers and a tiny, matchbook-sized drive for handheld devices.

By June 15, 1999

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Short Take: CompactFlash digital camera from Matsushita

Matsushita Electric Industrial released a digital camera that uses SanDisk CompactFlash storage cards as film. The matchbook-sized cards serve as the camera's only storage; it has no internal memory. The camera will be sold as the Panasonic Card Shot.

By January 16, 1997