$110 Says All the New Kindles Are Coming Next Week

If you want to know if Amazon's new Kindles are coming out—and what they'll be—don't listen to analysts or supply chains or, yes, blogs. One trip to Amazon today will tell you nearly everything you need to know about when, and what, Amazon's about to unleash on the world. » 8/10/12 10:08am 8/10/12 10:08am

On Second Thought, the Nook Simple Touch Is the Best eReader

For ereaders, it's a two-horse game. Kindle and Nook. Nook and Kindle. We've spent a lot of time with the two flagship models (and the non-touch Kindle 4), and we gotta say: We called it wrong. The Nook Simple Touch is the best ebook reader. Here's why: » 1/31/12 6:40pm 1/31/12 6:40pm

Kindle Touch Lightning Review: The Only Book Gadget You Need

We've more or less accepted e-readers as the best way to read a book digitally, but there's still a whole lot that gadgets can do that e-readers suck at—literally anything you own with a screen is better at this stuff than an e-reader. The Kindle Touch is the first to really bridge that gap in a way that makes sense. » 11/14/11 12:00am 11/14/11 12:00am

The Kindle Touch 3G Will Only Let You Browse the Web Over Wi-Fi

Turns out the unlimited 3G-ness of the new Kindle Touch 3G is not quite as unlimited as we thought. According to Amazon's Kindle forums, the Touch will grant you 3G connectivity for accessing the Kindle store, buying books, and surfing Wikipedia. Everything else requires WiFi. » 10/03/11 9:56am 10/03/11 9:56am

This Is Amazon's New $99 Kindle Touch (Updated)

Amazon's new Kindle Touch is $99. Businessweek also reported that Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablet is going to be an equally preposterous $200. The $99 price point is for the Special Offers version, though, so if you need a totally ad-free reader, the no-ads version will run you $139. » 9/28/11 10:25am 9/28/11 10:25am

Wow: There's a New $79 Kindle (Updated with Impressions and Video)

Amazon's new Kindle is a mind-breakingly cheap $79. Bloomberg originally reported the $79 price. The cheaper model doesn't have touch controls, like the $99 Kindle Touch, but it's faster, smaller, and lighter (5.98 oz) than previous generations. » 9/28/11 10:03am 9/28/11 10:03am

Hello Kindle Touch: Amazon Buys a Little Multitouch Company

Ker-BOOM. That's the thundering explosion of Amazon purchasing Touchco, a little company that makes incredibly cheap, infinitely multitouchable displays, and merging it into their Kindle division. Kindle Touch. It actually sounds kind of nice. » 2/03/10 4:19pm 2/03/10 4:19pm