Inc. is cutting the price of its Kindle eBook reader yet again and is launching an international version, in hopes of spurring more sales and keeping it ahead of a growing field of competitors, reports the Associated Press. With a new $40 reduction on the price of the Kindle, the device now costs $259. It debuted in 2007 at $399 and started this year at $359, before another price cut in July. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said the company can afford to reduce the price because of the increased number of Kindles the company is making--and selling. The price...

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