Amazon's Kindle Fire Silk browser has serious security concernsZDNet (blog)OK, here's the good stuff about the new Silk Web browser, which Amazon will be embedding in its new Amazon Kindle Fire tablets: From all reports it makes Web-browsing...
Don't get me wrong, as a consumer I was celebrating as much as the next guy (or gal) last week about library ebooks (from OverDrive) FINALLY being available on the ever popular Amazon Kindle. I love my Kindle, I've written about it.
Surely you’ve heard by know that Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet isn’t an iPad killer . But it does have a few desirable traits that the iPad doesn’t. The Huffington Post lists... Technology News Summaries.
Kindle Fire: 3 killer features that rock, 3 that worryDVICEAmazon dropped a truckload's worth of Kindles today — from touchscreen models to ultra cheap ones. The Kindle that stole the show? The Kindle Fire tablet, of course.
When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos hit the stage yesterday in New York City to unveil the new family of Kindle products, a line of inexpensive e-readers and a $199 tablet called the Kindle Fire, he hammered one Jobsian refrain home for the audience: "We're...
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