A week after the US Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Amazon over its high-end Kindle e-reader, the company has released new e-books that feature Amazon content.
In addition to the new titles, Amazon has also started selling e-readers that come with a free copy of the Kindle software.
The company has also added new services, including Kindle Unlimited, an app that gives customers access to the company’s vast library of e-book content, and Kindle eBooks Unlimited, a new service that offers the latest titles to Kindle owners for $3.99 per month.
The new ebooks will be available on July 8 and are expected to hit shelves in the first quarter of 2020.
Read more:Amazon to launch e-commerce for all Kindle owners in the US and Canada by 2020The company did not immediately respond to requests for comment on its plans to make e-ink books more affordable.
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