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Amazon unveils three new Kindle Fire tablets

Amazon has today announced three new Kindle Fire tablets. The flagship of the series will be the Fire HD 8.9″, there is also the Fire HD 7″ and a refresh of the original Kindle Fire. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ has a very impressive 8.9 inch 1080p IPS display in …

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Amazon set to drop Kindle Fire price to $149?

Rumours in recent weeks have been pointing towards a refresh of the 7 inch Kindle Fire tablet coming soon from Amazon; in addition to further mumblings of brand new 8.9″ and 10.1″ models. In an effort to push sales further before the launch of these new tablets, Amazon may drop the current …

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2nd gen Amazon Kindle Fire to be launched Q2 2012

The supply chain are preparing for the launch of the second version of the Kindle Fire in 2012. Industry sources spoke to Digitimes to confirm that parts and components for the production of the new tablet are already underway. There are rumors that Amazon may be buying processors from Nvidia …

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Amazon Kindle Fire – how is it selling?

The Amazon Kindle is reckoned to be the most serious tablet challenger for Apple to date. Analysts have been quick to post that they feel it will slip into the number 2 spot soon, if sales are as initially predicted. How is the tablet selling so far? Amazon have not …

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Amazon announce drop in Q3 profit

Amazon announced a drop in third quarter profit, with shares falling 19 percent in late trading. Their net income dropped 73 percent to $63 million from $231 million, this time last year. Amazon have also said that they may post an operating loss this quarter. Amazon are searching for higher …

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Concerns over Amazon Kindle Fire web tracking

The upcoming Kindle Fire tablet has sparked a high level of interest, since it was introduced by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos earlier this week. Reports however have pointed out that they may implement a tracking system to monitor user's browsing habits. The new browser called ‘Amazon Silk' will use the …

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