Amazon appears to be testing ebook subscription service

It seems that Amazon is preparing to give readers something to get excited about - a Netflix-style digital ebook and audiobook subscription service that provides Kindle users with access to a potential library of more than 600,000 titles for about £6 a month. The discovery was first reported by the news site GigaOm. Amazon has…

REVIEW: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (Wi-Fi and 3G)

Does the inclusion of a built-in light make Amazon's latest Kindle E Ink eReader, the Paperwhite, their best yet? Or do a few omissions over earlier models drag it down? Read our full review to find out!

Kindle eBook sales overtake print books on Amazon.co.uk

Amazon are now selling more eBooks in the UK than they are printed books, the online retailer revealed today. After overtaking hard-back book sales in 2011, 2012 has seen 114 Kindle books sold for every 100 print books in the…

British hotel swapping paperback Bibles for Amazon Kindle

A British hotel is giving its bedside reading material a 21st century makeover. Hotel Indigo in Newcastle have announced that they are swapping out their traditional paperback Bibles for an Amazon Kindle in each of their 148 guest rooms. £5…

Kobo eReader Touch edition fighting Kindle with fingers

While Amazon may be busy sorting out their forthcoming tablet onslaught, perhaps they should be looking over their shoulder at their eReader position too, as Kobo have just revealed a striking new device in the shape of the Kobo…

Amazon launch library lending service for Kindle

Amazon have added eBook library lending to the the list of Kindle features for US users. 11,000 local libraries across America have signed up to offer eBook loans through the device, which have a limited loan period just like physical…