Tag Archive: Amazon
“For thousands of qualifying books, your past, present, and future print-edition purchases will soon allow you to buy the Kindle edition for $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, or free.”
Sep. 3, ‘13: — Amazon’s Kindle MatchBook program — coming in October — sounds like the “AutoRip for Books” I’d hoped for. Let’s hope the book publishers don’t screw up a good thing.
Feb. 13, ‘13: The optical drive in my iMac is getting moody, and there have been a few times when I wished I’d had an external disc drive around to use with my MacBook Air. So I added the $35 AmazonBasics DVD drive … Continue reading →
Jan. 10, ‘13: Amazon is showing off a new feature today called AutoRip, which gives you a free MP3 copy of some CDs you buy (or have bought since 1998). This is nice enough, but what I really want is a books version … Continue reading →
Sep. 14, ‘12: Tuesday night, while everyone was gearing up for Wednesday’s iPhone 5 event, the reviews for Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD tablets went online. The consensus seems to be: Amazon’s hardware is solid, its media ecosystem is vast, its prices are … Continue reading →
Sep. 10, ‘12: One of the most dramatic-yet-simple charts I’ve ever made or seen. Long-term questions: Will Amazon ever become more profitable? How and when? Will Amazon’s pricing strategy force Apple to lower its prices on some models, and potentially its profit margins? … Continue reading →