SAN FRANCISCO Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will no longer sell Amazon.com’s Kindle devices, according to a Thursday report from Reuters. Citing an internal memo, the report said Wal-Mart will no longer carry the tablet and e-reader “beyond our existing inventory and purchase commitments.” Amazon recently launched a new line of devices that includes the Kindle Fire HD tablet. Several months ago, Target Corp. made the same decision for its stores. Amazon shares were down fractionally at $ 260 by midday trades.
Kindle Paperwhite e-reader will feature a touchscreen and a fiber-optic lighting systemAmazon rolled out two Kindle Fires: a new version of the current tablet and bigger Kindle Fire HDThe updated Kindle Fire will sell for $ 159 and ship on September 14A 4G version of the larger Kindle Fire HD will be available for $ 499Santa Monica, California — A new, high-definition Kindle with a lighting system and a bigger Kindle Fire tablet topped the list of gadgets rolled out by Amazon on Thursday. CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the products at a Santa Monica, California, event.”We love to invent. We […]