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Amazon’s Kindle Fire faces more questions about privacy

Dec 1, 2011
How much information does the Kindle Fire's browser collect and what is Amazon doing with it?
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Kindle sales are way up, says Amazon

Nov 28, 2011
A grand total of something something
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New Netflix app for Android tablets

Nov 15, 2011
Maybe now we could find something good to watch...
Posted In: netflix, android, tablets, kindle fire, nook tablet

Kindle Fire on its way early, reviews come in

Nov 14, 2011
Amazon’s sub-$200 goes into boxes and trucks and airplanes and should reach pre-order customers a little earlier than expected. Reviewers have already received theirs...
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Amazon ramps up production on Kindle Fire

Nov 10, 2011
DigiTimes is reporting that Amazon.com has increased its production of Kindle Fire from 4 million units to 5 million units. This follows an earlier...
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"We'll have Netflix and Pandora too, you guys, just like Nook Tablet" - Amazon.com

Nov 9, 2011
That might not be a verbatim quote but it's the basic message of a statement put out yesterday by Amazon, presumably in response to the...
Posted In: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, kindle fire, nook tablet, tablet, Tech Report

New Nook details leaked

Nov 4, 2011
The new version of Barnes & Noble's Nook won't officially debut until Monday at a big glammed up event. But details of what will be called the...
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New Nook next week

Nov 1, 2011
Barnes & Noble (slogan: "No you're thinking of Borders, we're still in business") has sent out invites for an event on Monday, presumably to...
Posted In: Barnes & Noble, kindle fire, Nook, readers, Tech Report

Use your Kindle for kindling

Oct 21, 2011
Amazon just announced it will accept your old Kindle as a trade in for anything on their site (a Fire mayhaps?). So now all you e-Ink-ers who are...
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The new Kindle Fire vs. the iPad

Sep 29, 2011
Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet will cost $199, have a seven-inch screen, let you enjoy movies, music, and books, and rely on the cloud. Apple's iPad starts at $499, has a 10-inch screen, lets you enjoy movies, music, and books, and relies on local storage.
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