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The U.S. Justice Department has reportedly accused Apple and five large American publishers of colluding to raise the price of e-books.
Amazon Inc. unveiled a new tablet computer to try and compete with Apple Inc.'s market dominating iPad.
Amazon rolled out a streaming TV and movie service this week for its prime customers, taking a direct shot at its growing rival Netflix.
Amazon and Barnes & Noble cut prices on their electronic book readers on Monday, responding to growing competitive pressure from Appleâ€™s iPad.
Amazon has settled a $150,000 lawsuit brought on by a high school student and another consumer that claimed the online retailer illegally deleted George Orwell's "1984" digital copies from their Kindle e-book readers.
US-based Amazon Inc says it has agreed to pay Toys R Us $51 million to settle a longstanding breach-of-contract lawsuit.
Urges Accessibility of New E-book Reader for Students BALTIMORE, May 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Federation of the Blind, the nation's oldest and largest organization of blind Americans, commented today on the release by Amazon, Inc.
Amazon Incâ€™s first-quarter net profits outperformed analystsâ€™ predictions, placing the company among the minority of tech firms that are still experiencing growth during the economic recession.
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