Amazon says that for the first time, it’s selling more e-books than printed books. KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid said the online retailer is selling 105 Kindle books for every 100 print books they sell and that doesn’t include the free Kindle books that people are reading.
Amazon.com is giving other merchants a chance to sell selections from its electronic book store and earn a commission.
Google is making the leap from digital librarian to merchant in a challenge to Amazon.com and its electronic reader, the Kindle.
Up until now, people who have bought e-readers have had to make a compromise: either read in color on a highly reflective screen, or read in shades of gray on a display that’s easy to make out even outdoors.
The future of e-Books is looking rosy. That according to a new five-year forecast by Forrester Research.
Amazon.com Inc. is rolling up its sleeves in its fight to convince consumers that its Kindle electronic reader is better than competing devices such as Apple’s iPad, unveiling more aggressive advertising that is accentuating a growing rivalry.
PALO ALTO, Calif. (KCBS) – Students will be in for a big change when Stanford University unveils its new Engineering Library one week from today.