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Amazon & Publishers Attempt Delay of eBook Price-fixing Conspiracy Lawsuit

July 10th, 2021

Publishers Weekly offers an update on the impending anti-trust lawsuit against Amazon and the Big Five Publishers for an alleged eBook price-fixing conspiracy.

Folding Kindle eBook Reader in Development

June 29th, 2021

GoodeReader says Amazon is developing a foldable Kindle eBook reader.

eReading Options for the Free Market

June 8th, 2021

Explica offers alternatives to the Amazon Kindle for those eBook readers who value free markets and variety.

Convert Kindle eBooks to PDFs

June 6th, 2021

MakeUseOf offers a step-by-step for converting Kindle eBooks to the PDF format.


May 10th, 2021




Even if life has become a little complicated. Fifty years ago, at the end of the last Millennium we expected something bad to happen, but we never expected the Change. People stopped aging, the dead rose from their graves, it started raining and it’s been raining ever since. Things looked so bad that everyone thought it was the end of the world, but a guy’s still got to make a living doesn’t he?

A dead lawyer enters the office of Wildclown Investigations and hires the detective to find his killer. Wildclown and his dead sidekick Elmo soon find themselves entangled in a battle for control of a secret that offers either hope or doom for humanity.

WHEN GRAVEYARDS YAWN takes the reader to a unique setting that mixes Gothic horror with the two-fisted pragmatism of a hard-boiled detective novel.

Amazon Kindle’s Little-known Functions

May 5th, 2021

Gizmodo lists the twelve things you didn’t know you could do with your Amazon Kindle.

Sharing Kindle eBooks

April 25th, 2021

Mashable offers step-by-step instructions for sharing your Kindle eBooks.

New Amazon Fire Tablet on the Way?

April 23rd, 2021

GoodeReader says that Amazon might have a new Fire Tablet in the works.

Amazon Amazes by Evolving Kindle Display Surface to Meet Industry Standard

April 16th, 2021

Slashgear reports on Amazon’s breakthrough update to Kindle eReaders. You can now set the device to show the cover of the book you’re currently reading.

Honestly? This is news primarily because Kobo and other eReaders have been doing this since the early days of the eBook Revolution.

The truth is, Amazon resisted that logical step because it was reluctant to give up the self-promotion and advertising space on your property.

They considered every Kindle display surface to be theirs to exploit.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite and the Kindle Oasis Compared

April 10th, 2021

T3 compares the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite and the Kindle Oasis.