Get all Verizon Droid Phones for 1 Cent through Amazon

Amazon is having a limited time offer that will allow you to get any Verizon Droid phone for 1 cent on a two year individual or family plan. Devices available through the offer include Motorola Droid PRO, Droid II, Droid X, and HTC Droid Incredible. You can swing by Amazon Wireless to get your hands... Read More…

Amazon is having a limited time offer that will allow you to get any Verizon Droid phone for 1 cent on a two year individual or family plan. Devices available through the offer include Motorola Droid PRO, Droid II, Droid X, and HTC Droid Incredible.

You can swing by Amazon Wireless to get your hands on any of the Android devices on offer.

Terms of the deal are posted below:

Friday, November 19, 2010, through Monday, November 22, 2010, save on all DROID phones starting at a penny from Verizon when you purchase them from AmazonWireless.com. Plus purchase a new Verizon device and receive an activation-fee credit for up to $35 for each qualifying line of service activated on a new 2-year individual or family plan account purchased from AmazonWireless.com between 12 midnight PDT on November 19, 2010, and 11:59 p.m. PDT November 29, 2010. This offer is sponsored by Verizon and is valid only in the United States. Activation-fee credit will appear on your bill and may take up to several billing cycles to appear. Standard early-termination fee and other one-time and monthly charges and fees may apply. Not finding what you’re looking for? See our full selection of Verizon phones with service available at AmazonWireless.

[Amazon via Gizmodo]

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Kindle for Web Launched, Increase in Samples and Marketing Too

Amazon has launched yet another service with Kindle, called Kindle for Web. Previously Kindle users had an ability to preview a few pages of a book before they bought it. This service has now been renamed by Amazon as Kindle for Web. The sample size of books has now been increased to include the entire... Read More…

Kindle For WebAmazon has launched yet another service with Kindle, called Kindle for Web. Previously Kindle users had an ability to preview a few pages of a book before they bought it. This service has now been renamed by Amazon as Kindle for Web. The sample size of books has now been increased to include the entire first chapter of a novel and also including social networking and sharing features.

Using Kindle for Web you can read the entire first chapter of a book, directly from your web browser and no additional software is required. Sharing features of the service include integration with Facebook, Twitter, and if you are a Blogger who uses Amazon’s Associates Program you can share the samples on your blog. Amazon is pushing hard for bloggers to use the samples as every book that is bought from that referral link on their blog will earn the associate referral fees.

Amazon is now pushing the marketing of Kindle to maximum by giving access to the first chapter, as well as allowing integration of social network sharing. Kindle for Web appears to be HTML-5 driven, and could be used on devices like iPad which support it.

You can view a demo page of the service here.

(via neowin)

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Office 2011 for Mac Gets Official Oct 26 Release Date- Preorder Now

We already heard rumors that Office 2011 for Mac would be released on October 26th, but today Microsoft has officially confirmed the release date. To accompany the announcement, they also released another “behind the scenes” video showing off some of the new features including full screen views for Word. It also shows UI improvements, faster... Read More…

We already heard rumors that Office 2011 for Mac would be released on October 26th, but today Microsoft has officially confirmed the release date. To accompany the announcement, they also released another “behind the scenes” video showing off some of the new features including full screen views for Word. It also shows UI improvements, faster application launch times, and other overall performance increases.

You can already preorder Office 2011 for Mac through Amazon, and soon enough many other retailers. You can check out the video below.

[Microsoft via 9to5Mac]

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Amazon: Google Books deal an ‘unprecedented’ copyright hack

Amazon came out swinging Tuesday against Google’s proposed settlement with book authors and publishers.

Amazon’s opposition was made public last week when it joined the Open Book Alliance, but the company filed its own brief with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Tuesday arguing against making the proposed settlement final. In its filing (click for PDF), 

Amazon notes that it has also scanned books, but has not taken the controversial step that Google took in scanning out-of-print but copyright-protected books without explicit permission.

Way back in 2004, when Google began scanning books from libraries, it believed it had the right to scan the entire text of a copyright-protected book under fair-use laws so long as it only displayed a snippet of the contents. Authors groups and publishers vehemently disagreed, resulting in a class-action lawsuit and the proposed settlement at issue in this case.