The inside story of how the Kindle was born
Early development team reveals untold details on Kindle e-reader’s 10-year anniversary
Our vision is to make every book ever written, in any language, all available within 60 seconds.
The children who saw Crystal Swain-Bates and Dav Pilkey at Amazon's 2019 Bring Your Kids to Work Day got the message that they should revel in the things that make them different.
The Kindle Reading Fund is a program that seeks to make books more easily available to communities around the world through digital reading. The Fund will donate Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets and Kindle eBooks to further reading around the world. Initial programs in the Fund include:
Accessible Math arrives on Kindle e-books; new Gestures come to VoiceView on Fire
When it comes to writing and selling love stories, Barbara Freethy is an entrepreneurial force.
By operating like a start-up, our team members are given opportunities to take on big challenges and make a difference for our customers.
Last year, we brought our VoiceView screen reader to Kindle E-readers. This week, I’m excited to announce our update to the Kindle for PC app, making it easier for visually impaired customers to find and read millions of Kindle books. Customers can now use the popular, open source NVDA screen reader to find and open Kindle books on a Windows PC.