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Now you can check out Kindle eBooks from public libraries

Earlier this year Amazon announced that the Kindle eBook reader would be joining the ranks of digital book devices that you could use to read books from your public library. Last night it looks like at least a few libraries flipped the switch, because the Seattle Public Library and King County Public Library are both offering […]

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First look at Amazon Kindle Android app on the NOOK Touch

The Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch Reader is a $139 eBook Reader with a 6 inch E Ink display, touchscreen navigation, and a battery that’s good for up to 2 months of run time. But one of the coolest things about this eReader is that it runs Google Android 2.1 under the hood and […]

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Deals of the Day (5-23-11)

Woot is offering a second generation Amazon Kindle WiFi with free 3G wireless access for $90 today only. And last night members of the SlickDeals forum discovered a way to get a refurbished NOOK Color for $180… but the coupon code has since expired. But you know what? is still selling the refurbished NOOK […]

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Mounting evidence that Amazon is working on an Android tablet

There’ve been rumors floating around for a few months suggesting that Amazon was working on its own Android tablet. The rumor mill kicked into overdrive recently when gdgt (and Engadget) co-founder Peter Rojas said he was pretty certain that the tablet was real and that Samsung was building it. Now the folks at DigiTimes are […]

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Previously on Mobiputing

You can always find the latest news and reviews on mobile apps by visiting in a desktop browser or mobile browser. Now after spending a year covering mobile apps, Mobiputing finally has one of its own. You can download out first Android app from the Android Market. An iPhone version is coming soon. And […]

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Amazon Kindle app for Android is now available

Google Android is officially becoming a decent platform for anyone who likes to read eBooks on their phones and other mobile devices. Last week Kobo released an Android app that basically lets you download and read any title that Borders sells in its eBook store. And today Amazon finally got around to releasing a Kindle […]

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Price break: Liliputing on the Kindle for just $0.99 per month

I’d like this opportunity to point out/remind you of several things: Liliputing is available through the Kindle store, which means Kindle users can receive blog updates wirelessly for reading in bed, on the go, on the toilet, or anywhere else. You can, of course, use a netbook to read the site in most of those […]