Amazon Updates Kindle DX, Drops Price

Updates to Amazon’s Kindle have been fast and furious lately. Today Amazon introduced a new Kindle DX with a lower price and higher contrast display. The 9.7-inch DX now comes in a graphite colorway with an updated e-ink display that’s 50 percent higher in contrast to the previous model for cleaner text and sharper images. …

Kindle Apps For Apple Products Get New Functionality

Kindle users on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch are getting an update today that adds the ability to view embedded video and listen to audio clips in Kindle books. I guess that’s cool. Rick Steves’ Rick Steves’ London and Terry Golway’s Together W Cannot Fail are the first in the Kindle Store with said features. A gaggle …

Kindle Update Coming In May, Social Networking In Tow

Sound the alarm. Raise the roof. Do a jig. And have a seat for some exciting Kindle news.

Sometime towards the latter half of May, Kindle owners will receive a notification to update software to v2.5. A handful of folks around the Web were quick to jump on the social networking integration, which is nice and all but the other …

Here’s What the Kindle App for iPad Looks Like

We’re less than two weeks out from the iPad launch, so it’s no surprise that a plethora of companies have begun revealing tidbits about their respective apps. Late last night Amazon did just that by announcing the “Kindle Apps for tablet computers including the iPad”. You’ll be able to view your library of e-books in one of two …

Amazon Pushes Kindle For Mac

Mac users can now download Amazon’s Kindle software, which will synchronize books between an actual Kindle, compatible mobile devices (currently iPhone/iPod touch and BlackBerry), and the desktop client.

Like the PC version, you’ll only be able to access your books—no magazines, newspapers, or blogs can be read on anything except

The Daily Dose

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Today in Techland: Fiasco! If you were looking for us earlier, you may have noticed that we were nowhere to be found. Let’s set the record straight: We were just trying on our invisibility cloak. It worked, swimmingly.

Anywho, today we saw three new execs named to head DC Entertainment: Jim Lee, Dan …

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