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  • Free $49 Amazon Student membership for college kids

    Free $49 Amazon Student membership for college kids
    Kids heading off to college can sign up for a free six month trial in the Amazon Student program. Sign up with an .EDU email to save on living essentials and textbooks along with unlimited two-day shipping. Plus, upgrade to one-day shipping for $3.99....
  • Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company

    Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company
    VERNON — Serial entrepreneur Mark Lassoff ran two companies in Austin, a tech-nirvana if there ever was one. But his three-year-old startup LearnToProgram Media, in a low-rent office building in Vernon, is his longest tenure anywhere. Lassoff, 40,...
  • Free HBO, Amazon Prime with AT&T Internet bundle deal

    Free HBO, Amazon Prime with AT&T Internet bundle deal
    AT&T is making an offer new customers can't refuse.  Get a year of bundled boardband Internet service that incudes U-verse TV, a year of free HBO and Amazon Prime for new residential service.   Pay $39 for 12 months for U-verse Internet and TV, aHBO...
  • Top 10 coolest items for school

    Top 10 coolest items for school
    Beyond the basic pencils and books exist a wealth of cool tools for school. 10. Slap Rulers They've been selling for years, but slap-on rulers are still trending. A bendy, easily portable ruler beats a wooden one any day. $2.99 at Target or www....
  • Amazon launches children's e-book tool for self-published authors

    On Wednesday Amazon announced the launch of KDP Kids, where self-published authors can create illustrated children's e-books for its Kindle tablets and reading platform. “Authors want to focus on telling great stories and we want to help them do...
  • Will 'The Fault in Our Stars' Get More Teens Hooked on Digital?

    This week is going to be an important one for Hollywood's homevideo divisions. As studios look to get more consumers to buy movies on digital platforms, "The Fault in Our Stars" could be the first major title that entices younger moviegoers to embrace...
  • Amazon expands Kindle lineup, boosts price of basic e-reader

    Amazon expands Kindle lineup, boosts price of basic e-reader
    Amazon.com Inc ramped up its push into hardware on Wednesday with the debut of six new or upgraded devices, including a high-end $199 e-reader called the Kindle Voyage and its cheapest-ever touch-screen tablet. The No. 1 U.S. online retailer also...
  • A guide to Amazon's new Fire tablets, Kindle e-readers

    Amazon updated its lineup of tablets and e-readers on Wednesday night, announcing two new devices and refreshing several others. The online retailer has been pushing an increasing amount of hardware, packing each of the devices with features that tout the...
  • Security flaws affect Amazon's Kindle e-books and Audible audiobooks

    Security flaws affect Amazon's Kindle e-books and Audible audiobooks
    Amazon is being forced to investigate a "security hole" that could let hackers gain access to customers' accounts via Kindle e-books. The security flaw affects Kindle users who downloaded hacked e-books containing a certain script in the title, the...
  • The Biblioracle: Pressing the case for publishers

    The Biblioracle: Pressing the case for publishers
    As of the moment of this writing, in the last 30 days, more than 75,000 books have been added to the Amazon Kindle Store. That's 2,500 books per day, over 100 per hour. In the time it will take me to write an initial draft of this column, more new books...
  • Amazon cuts Fire Phone price to as low as 99 cents with AT&T contract

    Amazon made a name for itself by selling products dirt-cheap, even if it came at a loss. Now comes one of the online retailer's craziest-sounding offers. Amazon chopped about $200 off the prices of its first smartphone on Monday, making a 32-gigabyte...