Chris Penrose is a Senior Vice President for AT&T Mobility. More importantly, he is with their IoT Solutions group, leading the charge in launching their innovative foundry program. ReadWrite: So tell us a little bit about your group? Chris Penrose: My team is the Internet of Things Solutions Organization here at AT&T. We were founded […]
Now a spouse or partner can read your ebooks.
Mr. Bezos, your reality check is here.
Who says e-readers are dead?
Paperbacks are better.
Hint: Not if you want the latest Stephen King.
Your smartphone simply isn’t going to hack it as a running watch. Here’s why.
Amazon just purchased a digital comic-book maker. Here’s why.
Amazon customers are the beneficiaries of the Apple ebook price-fixing settlement.
Now you can buy Kindle versions of previously purchased books from Amazon at discounted rates. But the new program may have some gaps in the collection.
Amazon, which isn’t known for its own social efforts, is acquiring Goodreads, a big social community focused on books. Hmm. Could the online retailer be planning something?
Amazon’s Instapaper-style “Send to Kindle” feature isn’t anything new. But it’s still a pretty smart move for turning more readers into potential Amazon customers.
If it were not for the Kindle Fire, most Android tablets would be based outside of the United States.
After a day of dinging notifications, multitasking and hopping from app to app, my brain could really use the respite of a device that does only one thing.