Amazon (AMZN) finally enters the Japanese e-reader and tablet markets: the company just opened a...
Amazon (AMZN) finally enters the Japanese e-reader and tablet markets: the company just opened a Japanese Kindle store featuring over 50K e-books, and says the Kindle Paperwhite, Fire, and Fire HD will be available at local retail chains. A deal with NTT DoCoMo (DCM) will allow 3G Paperwhite users to receive free mobile data services. Amazon, whose Japanese launch was held up by squabbles with publishers, is joining a crowded market.
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