From lunch with Steve Jobs to the launch of Kindle, why Amazon created an e-reader

From lunch with Steve Jobs to the launch of Kindle, why Amazon created an e-reader

A meeting between Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos took place around iTunes on Windows, which sparked and then launched a few years after Kindle?

In a book written with four hands-on sales vastness and online services visuals, two former vice presidents of Amazon recount anecdote of a discussion between their boss and Apple. He then elaborated on how Amazon decided to convert to digital content and chose to create an e-reader.

The first Kindle of 2007 and its keyboard which eventually disappeared through generations and the use of a touch screen. picture Jon ‘ShakataGaNai’ Davis (CC by 3.0)

Businessman a Published The right pages of the book Working Backward: Insights, Stories, and Secrets Inside Amazon Colin Bryar and Bill Carr signed on. Both were vice presidents at Amazon and spent ten years there. His story of the making of the Kindle begins with a trip to Cupertino in the fall of 2003 at the invitation of Steve Jobs. Jeff is accompanied by Bezos, Colin Briar and another lieutenant. In an ordinary room, on a table, there was a seating area for sushi as well as in a PC.

Seth Grace

About the author: Seth Grace

Seth is an all-around geek who loves learning new stuff every day. With a background in Journalism and a passion for web-based technologies and Gadgets, she focuses on writing about on Hot Topics, Web Trends, Smartphones, and Tablets.

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