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We have a new, free software update available for your Kindle (5th Generation). This update automatically downloads and installs on your Kindle when connected wirelessly; however, you can also manually download the software and transfer the update to ...
Amazon: Pricing Advantage? What Pricing Advantage?
Two days ago, though, we got further confirmation that Amazon.com might not be so price competitive as thought. Kantar Retail published a study comparing Wal-Mart supercenters to Wal-Mart.
Wal-Mart Beats Amazon Prices Including 'Glee' DVD Set  Bloomberg
Exclusive: Amazon to take on Brazil's ecommerce jungle
SAO PAULO Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) is expected to set up a digital bookstore in Brazil in the fourth quarter, as it seeks to get a piece of the fast-growing online retail market in the country that inspired its name.
Amazon.com adding to Northern Virginia space
Amazon.com Inc. is expanding its physical footprint in Northern Virginia as the online retail giant seeks to grow its cloud computing business in the private and federal spheres.
10 things Amazon won't tell you
Below are the 10 things shoppers should not expect to hear from retail giant Amazon.com. 1. “Take our customer reviews with a grain of salt.
Amazon Looks to Sports Sponsorship to Boost Sales
The announcement was in conjunction with the launch of a subsection of the Amazon.com site that it calls Action Sports, selling skateboards, helmets, sunglasses and other similar items.
Amazon and Google to compete for domains
Amazon and Google are set to go head-to-head in a battle to own the potential successors to .com, as the internet undergoes a “Big Bang” of domain names that will see the introduction of hundreds of new web suffixes.
Amazon, Microsoft apply for new domain names  Bizjournals.com
Why the new domain-name lottery is a train wreck  GigaOM
Amazon.com's domain power play: We want to control them all
If Amazon.com gets its way -- and that's still a big "if" -- it will soon control 76 new domain extensions on the Internet.
Google's New Role as Gadget Maker
Amazon.com is banking on e-books and other content purchased for its Kindle Fire and Google on Web-based advertising revenue, though it is also building a bigger business in content distribution.
Google goes up against Amazon, Apple with Nexus tablet  Reuters
Google's Tablet to Be Much Cheaper Than iPad  CNBC.com (blog)
Amazon buys 62-year-old book publisher Avalon Books
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Amazon's book selection is about to get a little more romantic, mysterious and cowboy-fied. Amazon is buying small publisher Avalon Books and its backlist of 3,000 titles.