According to E-reader data.
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"I don’t fool myself into thinking this is Into Thin Air. This is a funny, lighter version of Into Thin Air."
Plus: the latest Kindles and a lot of new music.
Plus: a hub for long-form journalism, e-books in the library, and gloves that control your iPod by remote.
Instapaper for video, a gadget that adjusts your guitar knobs, the easiest way to learn piano, and the new Nook.
Panoramic camera gear, moody covers of indie-folk songs, and a cheaper Kindle.
Rounding up gifts for everyone on your list, from the gadget junkies to Sondheim fanatics to wannabe Mad Men.
And thus, outselling them handily.
When publishers release e-book and hardcover editions of their books simultaneously, believe it or not, the hardcovers sell less.
This in no way interferes with our wanting one.
Now here's an e-reader we wouldn't mind being seen on public transportation with.
As if your bookshelf weren't already totally cluttered with e-readers, Barnes and Noble will release one of its own.
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.
Even though they were bought and paid for, copies of '1984' and 'Animal Farm' were deleted from Kindles after their publisher reversed its decision to offer them as e-books.
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.
The talking robot living inside of the popular e-reader pronounces our president's name "Bay-rack Oh-bamma."
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?
In their ongoing effort to eradicate every single job in publishing, Amazon last night announced plans to sell e-books books for the iPhone.
Kindle 2 is really a kind of thought experiment, asking how many "serious readers" are left.
You still won't confuse it for an Apple product, though.
California company Paper Logic debuted its new e-reader yesterday, and it's straight out of Hill Valley circa 2015.
This morning, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced the details of Kindle, the company's new e-book viewer, which is being described as an "iPod for reading."