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The M&G: Now available on Kindle Fire

It's finally here: the weekly Mail & Guardian can be downloaded for Kindle Fire tablets. The better news is that the first two editions are free.

Bookshops in Europe take stand against internet rivalry

European bookshops are taking a stand against competition from the Internet, boosted by a renaissance in independent stores and an enhanced know-how.

Pick n Pay could spark e-riot

South Africa's e-reader market received a shake-up this month when Pick n Pay announced that it was bringing the Kobo Touch e-reader to SA for R995.

Amazon: A day late and a billion dollars short

Amazon is subsidising its devices, but we should be thankful for thinkers like Jeff Bezos - they move the world forward, writes Alistair Fairweather.

Amazon kindles its own fire

At $199, the wireless media player/book reader/web browser/geegaw will be the cheapest of its kind when it is released.

Light my Fire: Amazon ignites tablet war

Amazon.com took the wraps off its long-awaited "Kindle Fire" on Wednesday, tacking on a mass market-friendly $199 price tag.

Amazon to take fight to Apple with the Kindle Fire

Amazon's challenger to Apple's iPad will be called the Kindle Fire, technology website <i>TechCrunch</i> reported on Monday.

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