The Essentials of Using a Kindle
Both the second-generation Kindle and the Kindle DX offer a wide array of features. Sure, you can read e-books on them, but you can also annotate and highlight those e-books, have your Kindle read the e-book out loud to you, listen to MP3s, and much more. The following articles will help you get the most out of your Kindle.
Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of keys that you can press on your Kindle to perform various functions. Often, you can access these same functions using the five-way controller to select a series of [more…]
Amazon’s Kindle 2 makes it easy to bookmark and highlight content. In an effort to make reading books and other content on a Kindle as much like reading a regular book as possible, Amazon wants you to [more…]
Not all e-books that you download will be read for pleasure. If you're studying text on your Kindle, it can be helpful to highlight specific phrases or insert your own notes. The Kindle 2 and Kindle DX [more…]
A growing number of sources offer free e-books in a Kindle-friendly format. Amazon.com is far from the only place where you can find e-books for you Kindle, although it is the best-stocked e-book store [more…]
Reading a newspaper or magazine on a Kindle 2 is different from what you’re used to. It doesn’t take long to get used to not having to flip pages, though. You can navigate a periodical by moving from page [more…]
Amazon's Kindle e-book reader is, above all else, a portable device; you can take it anywhere and read anything from your digital library. But not every place you go is conducive to reading. Trying to [more…]