eBooks: Target Gets the Amazon Kindle; Nook Ads on the Tube

Two interesting bits of news from the increasingly competitive eBook market.

As some blogs recently figured out, Target (TGT) is going to start selling the Amazon.com (AMZN) Kindle in some stores, the Wall Street Journal reports. Starting Sunday, the device will be sold in the company’s flagship store in Minneapolis, and in 102 stores in south Florida, according to the WSJ. (Wow, Target has 102 stores in south Florida?) Other Target stores will roll out Kindle sales after that. Pricing will be $259, the same as on the Amazon web site.

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