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Kindle Oasis is beautiful, pricey and still not like reading a book — TechCrunch

I’ve spent the last week trying to pretend the new Kindle Oasis is the same as reading a real book. It’s not. I love books. I love Kindle’s e-readers and was hoping this was the melding of the two.

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Review: Amazon's New Kindle Is Gorgeous But Expensive

The good: Attractive; Very thin and light; Includes charging case, Includes accelerometer for detecting orientation

The bad: Expensive; Doesn’t add enough to the reading experience to justify the price… 749 more words

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Books, ebooks or audiobooks? There are plenty of pros and cons to all three. 403 more words

Amazon Could Make Millions Selling E-Books In Schools Next Year

Kids, power up your e-books.

Amazon could be coming to the New York City school district next year, shelling out everything from textbooks to story time tales on all kinds of devices for students. 274 more words


Books and their Accessibility

Many would say technology allows for connections around the world and for information to be gathered in one place that everyone has access to. But is that really true? 413 more words


Amazon's new Kindle Oasis is the closest to paper yet, no question

”Amazon trying to build a better Kindle is kind of like Superman joining a gym: Nice idea, knock yourself out, but it’s not like you need it,” David Pierce writes for Wired. 376 more words


How To Pick The Right Amazon Kindle For You

Amazon’s Kindle e-readers are designed to do one thing really well: make it easier to read on the go. While the Kindle’s purpose is clear, it can be hard to choose the right model for you. 84 more words