Yes, there's a question mark in that speculative headline, because this report comes via disreputable, hit and miss manufacturer news resource DigiTimes. But still. It occasionally gets a thing right, like a broken clock.
You have to wonder why Amazon’s decided to keep the UK out of its international Kindle Touch release – our lucky next-door neighbours over in Ireland can now get their mitts on the touchable reader, so why not us Brits?
Amazon's just released a little PC helper app it calls Send to Kindle, which, as you might be able to work out, has one main function. It adds a right-click menu option to share documents from your desktop to your Kindle.
I like using my ereader for things other than books, but aside from Instapaper, converting regular files into ereader format is more hassle than it's worth. Now Amazon's making it easier to send non-book files to your Kindle.
Amazon UK is repeating its Black Friday Lightning Deals promotion in the UK, offering a load of new discounted stuff on a timed availability basis to celebrate it not being bloody Christmas any more. Plus for those of you who prefer books to cheap hairdryers, there's a Kindle sale now on, too.