Digital retailer Amazon.com continues to build out its Kindle e-reader platform with the introduction of the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, a service enabling its Amazon Prime members to "borrow"
Bookseller Barnes & Noble is expected to release a new tablet version of its Android-powered Nook Color e-reader in an effort to keep pace with rival Amazon.com's forthcoming Kindle Fire and
Amazon.com is reportedly in serious talks with Hewlett-Packard to acquire the webOS mobile operating system, which HP absorbed with its $1.2 billion acquisition of Palm in April 2010 and scrapped
Hours after Amazon.com officially unveiled its long-awaited Kindle Fire tablet, a series of high-profile publishers say they've completed deals with the online retailer to bring magazines like
Amazon.com dramatically increased the stakes in its ongoing battle with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) for digital media supremacy, officially launching its long-awaited, Android-powered tablet device as well