A speedy guide as to what's worth watching, depending on your tastes.
It's from the pilot for Alpha House, and it's the best.
Bill Murray sighting!
Adapted from and nearly identical to the movie.
One will play a senator, and one a news anchor.
Streaming: the wave of the future.
For the origin series Amazon.
It's called Amazon.
As publishers tremble at the thought of a full Amazon takeover.
Plus: the latest Kindles and a lot of new music.
Meet Kindle Library Lending.
Music lockers are here!
Free foreign TV, turning your phone into a universal remote, a way to get MP3s on the cheap, a site that turns anybody into a D.J., and the opportunity to spend $225 on 3-D glasses.
The web giant will hold American Idol-like monthly contests for screenplays and films. The entertainment giant will get the first shot at the winners.
Amazon has temporarily removed the "buy" buttons from a huge portion of its comics inventory.
The site just sent out 500 preordered copies of Lil Wayne's new album, even though it's now not officially out until February.
Free Kindle software with the new Windows!
Now here's an e-reader we wouldn't mind being seen on public transportation with.
How nervous is 'The New Yorker' about the Kindle? Almost $3,000 worth of nervous!
But it won't be out until sometime next year.
Another day, another anti-Kindle story in the 'Times.' We've helpfully brainstormed a few angles for their next article on the dangers or e-readers.
Newspapers are saved!
What if you could have the flexibility and convenience of Amazon's successful e-reader in an enormous, unwieldy package?
Will the Kindle impair literary snobs' ability to impress strangers by whipping out a copy of 'Ulysses' on the subway?