In a recent drama, MacMillan made it publicly known that they were having problems with Amazon over the pricing scheme of eBooks on the Kindle platform. MacMillan was apparently already in talks with Amazon for quite sometime about the prices being raised from Amazon’s current $9.99 maximum price.
Whilst everyone can see that over pricing digital […]
Symbian Foundation recently announced that Symbian has officially gone open source. That means it is now legal and free to download and tinker with Symbian’s code and release your own version with your own branding or whatever the developers want to do. Symbian has already been shown to be running in several different hardwares through […]
Since there is very little solid information about any of the upcoming Active Content for Kindle, I’ve taken the liberty to speculate about the following apps that are likely to appear:
Kindle Email Client
Kindle RSS Reader
You are welcome to agree or disagree with these predictions and comment on that.
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