Your kindle software is updating
The update will come to the 20 models of the Kindle Paperwhite, as well as the Kindle Voyage and the 2014 standard Kindle.Amazon says the update will roll out in the next few weeks, and you don't need to do anything to receive it — the software will download and install automatically.You'll also be able to share quotes from books directly to Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads, and anyone who sees the share can read a preview of the book right in their browser without needing to sign in to Amazon.And while the list of recommended books remains at the bottom of the home screen, Amazon is implementing a new system to help hone those suggestions; you can enter your favorite genres and rate some specific books to give Amazon a better idea of what to surface.Yesterday, the US voted to elect Donald Trump as its next president, and no shortage of tech industry figures have taken time today to publicly melt down in interviews with the press and on Twitter. Great appeared online Wednesday, the day after Trump’s shocking victory against Hillary...Target’s Black Friday ad just went live and it includes some pretty steep savings on gaming hardware and software, tablets, and televisions.
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Mark Zuckerberg has become the latest tech luminary to weigh in on the results of the US presidential election, issuing a short statement on his own Facebook page.Unlike his peers at companies like Slack, however, Zuckerberg strikes an even tone,...