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Best Kindle Fire Accessories

Best Kindle Fire Accessories | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
Buy best Kindle Fire accessories - Kindle Fire covers, Kindle Fire sleeves, leather Kindle Fire cover, Plastic Kindle Fire cover.
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Kindle Fire: The commoditization of computing has begun - ZDNet (blog)

Kindle Fire: The commoditization of computing has begun - ZDNet (blog) | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
ZDNet (blog)Kindle Fire: The commoditization of computing has begunZDNet (blog)Summary: The Kindle Fire will expose millions of consumers to a rich online user experience because of the cheap price.
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Op-Ed: Why Is The Nook A Nook But The Kindle Fire Is An Android Tablet? » Android Phones, Android Tablets, News, Tech, Gadgets And More, Thedroidguy

RT @thedroidguy: My latest op-ed on the #Amazon Kindle Fire http://t.co/LDzh0mt0 #android...
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eBooks, Privacy, and the Library

In the past week, the eBooks in libraries topic grew even “hotter” when OverDrive and Amazon.com announced that their eBook lending partnership was going live for all OverDrive partner librari...
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Learn About the Kindle Fire’s Web Browser (It’s New) Named “Silk”

The Amazon "Silk" Browser will be exclusive to the Kindle Fire.

From the New Amazon Silk Blog:

"Instead of a device-siloed software application, Amazon Silk deploys a split-architecture.  A...
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Amazon's Kindle Fire Silk browser has serious security concerns - ZDNet (blog)

Amazon's Kindle Fire Silk browser has serious security concerns - ZDNet (blog) | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
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...
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Amazon Kindle Fire: First Impressions [VIDEO]

Amazon Kindle Fire: First Impressions [VIDEO] | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
Amazon just schooled the tablet market. The Fire, a $200, 7-inch color touch screen tablet may be the first blockbuster Android tablet, though no one will care that it’s running the Android OS.
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Public Library eBooks on the Amazon Kindle - We Got Screwed

Public Library eBooks on the Amazon Kindle - We Got Screwed | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
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.
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6 Things Amazon's Tablet Has Over the iPad

6 Things Amazon's Tablet Has Over the iPad | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.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.
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Kindle Fire: 3 killer features that rock, 3 that worry - DVICE

Kindle Fire: 3 killer features that rock, 3 that worry - DVICE | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
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.
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Thierry's comment, September 29, 2011 1:35 PM
Kindle Fire have no camera :(
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Amazon Unveils $199 Kindle Fire Tablet

UPDATE: Here's an Interesting "Reference" Feature Mentioned in the Official Product Launch Announcement:
Amazon invented X-Ray, a new feature that lets customers explore the "bones of the book." W...
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Kindle Fire TV Commercial—Amazon's New Kindle Ad

Meet the all-new Kindle Fire—a Kindle for movies, music, apps, games, reading & more. Only $199. Like the song featured in the commercial? It's "Words" from ...
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Amazon’s Kindle Fire: Not the Android Tablet Schools Have Been Waiting For

Amazon’s Kindle Fire:  Not the Android Tablet Schools Have Been Waiting For | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
At a press event in NYC today, Amazon officially unveiled what many have long been waiting for: its Android tablet.
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Amazon, the Company That Ate the World - BusinessWeek

Amazon, the Company That Ate the World - BusinessWeek | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
Jeff Bezos’ new tablet, the Kindle Fire, is cheap, pretty, and puts Amazon in perfect position to take a bite out of Apple—and every online transaction you make...
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Amazon Unveils $199 Kindle Fire Tablet

Amazon Unveils $199 Kindle Fire Tablet | eBooks, eReaders, and Libraries | Scoop.it
Amazon.com Inc., the world’s largest online retailer, unveiled its Kindle Fire tablet computer, taking aim at Apple Inc.’s bestselling iPad with a device that’s smaller and less than half the price.
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Why Amazon Isn't Sweating Losing Millions On The Kindle Fire | Fast Company

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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