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The ebook subscription service wants to take a page from physical bookstores by adding a human element to its recommendation and book discovery features.
Amazon argues for price elasticity as messy dispute with Hachette drags on.
Browser support extends the all-you-can-read service to many more devices as competition heats up.
The big publishers lock down their e-books to their own detriment, according to a new study.
We look at how Amazon's new ebook subscription service stacks up against similar offerings from Oyster and Scribd in terms of publisher deals, number of books, and the number of books you'll actually want to read.
Amazon's new subscription e-book plan includes more than 600,000 titles, but no major publishers.
But remember: All-you-can-eat subscriptions are only appetizing if there's delicious stuff in the buffet.
$10 per month service lets you read as many books as you want from a handful of publishers.
Payments under the settlement agreement will depend on the outcome of Apple's appeal of a New York court's order.