The Kindle is coming to Canada. You too can own a piece of the One True Cross on which the book was hung to bleed out.
Canadian book worms have waited long enough. Amazon.com Inc.’s popular digital book reader is officially available in Canada, the company announced Tuesday.
The hand-held wireless device, which Amazon.com boasts is its No. 1 bestselling product, holds up to 1,500 book titles and also lets users download newspapers, blogs and magazines.
More than 90 top newspapers and magazines are available in the Kindle Store for single purchase or subscription. Available for the first time on Kindle is the National Post. Additionally, all of Canwest’s major daily newspapers will be available on Kindle. They join top papers such as Le Monde (France), the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph (U.K.) and the Washington Post.