Wal-Mart announced today a that it will no longer be selling Amazon’s popular Kindle devices.
Amazon says there are now over 100,000 books to borrow for free on the Kindle, as long as you have a current Prime membership.
A new IBM Benchmark study says online shopping on Black Friday was up a whopping 24.3% over 2010, while Thanksgiving sales were even better, besting last year’s totals by 39.3%. And it’s no shocker to see that electronics led the way.
Yesterday, Jeff Bezos of Amazon introduced a new line of Kindle eReaders including the new Kindle Fire — a first step into the tablet market which Apple has dominated since the release of the iPad in 2010.
Amazon has reached an interesting milestone as the company announced they now sell more digital Kindle Books than paper books.
In the U.S. the Wi-Fi enabled Apple iPad (available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB) will hit stores on Saturday, April 3. Later in April, the 3G models will be released throughout the U.S. as well as…