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Amazon has unveiled the new Kindle PaperWhite with a back-lit display for $119, as well as a 3G variant. It also unveiled a refreshed Kindle for just $69.

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Kobo has unveiled two new eReaders — Kobo Mini and Kobo Glo — as well as an Android tablet — the Kobo Arc.

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Amazon has finally launched India Kindle Store with the largest selection and lowest prices of any e-bookstore in India.

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Amazon is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Scott Adams’s Dilbert, by bringing the four volumes of the Dilbert 2.0 anthology in digital format for the first time ever, exclusively on Kindle Fire.

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Microsoft and Barnes & Noble Inc. have joined hands to announce a strategic partnership – A B&N subsidiary, provisionally referred to as Newco. Read more for more details, and the unanswered questions.

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The release of Google’s tablet device has been delayed till at least July to give it a competitive price. Said to be priced at around $200 (down from the original $250), this device is almost a steal when compared to the reduced-price iPad versions.

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Google is rumored to be launching a direct-to-consumer store for “Nexus” tablets. Is it doomed, given how Nexus phone experiment failed? Not so much.

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Kindle Touch XSS JailBreak

The Amazon Kindle Touch receives a jailbreak via XSS embedded in an MP3 file.

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Amazon.com has announced Amazon Santa, a free app for Kindle Fire and iPad that makes it fun and easy for children and their parents to create holiday wish lists to share with friends, family, and maybe Santa Claus.

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According to a new rumor, Amazon will be launching the 8.9 inch Kindle Fire in Q2 2012. It will be manufactured by Foxconn.

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Here’s another interesting rumor: Amazon may be working on a Kindle smartphone, after the success of the Kindle Fire. Apparently, it will be priced low and will be launched in Q4 2012.

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U.S Congressman writes an open letter to Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, concerning privacy issues with the new Kindle Fire Silk browser.

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Amazon launched three new Kindles – Kindle, Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G – along with the Kindle Fire tablet. They are priced starting at $79.

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Details of the Kindle Fire tablet by Amazon were leaked by Bloomberg right before the official event. It will be priced at just $199.

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Some more details about the Kindle Fire, Amazon’s new Android tablet have leaked right before its expected unveiling date. It will be priced at $250 and will have a 1.2 GHz dual core OMAP chip.

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