Kindle books can now be purchased directly from Amazon.com on a PC or Mac using a standard web browser, and read on an iPhone, without actually owning a Kindle device.
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My friend Judy picked up an HTC Advantage from Europe a couple months ago and was quite excited about her US$1,000+ purchase at the time. I was reading the blog of the HTC PR rep I have been working with and discovered that the U.S. retail availability of the HTC Advantage 7501 was announced today. A quick couple searches found the HTC Advantage at CompUSA for US$899.99 and Amazon.com for US$849.99. That is actually not too bad considering I paid US$850 for my MDA III Pocket PC Phone Edition a couple years ago that had much lower specs than this mobile device. Luckily, a review unit is arriving at my house today so I'll be able to take it for a spin and write up a review here on the Mobile Gadgeteer blog in the next couple of weeks. I think this could serve as a UMPC replacement in the areas of mobile multimedia player, GPS unit, and even a document editing machine.
Linare, a company specializing in inexpensive Linux desktop computers for the average PC user, has begun a deal under which Internet retailer Amazon.com will sell its systems.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos reiterated the company's profit mantra Wednesday in a speech at the PC Expo: Profits matter, but it's time to invest in the business.
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