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Amazon has launched a refreshed version of the Kindle Fire, and multiple variants of the Kindle Fire HD. Prices range from $159 to $499.

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According to several news sources, Amazon announced that the Kindle Fire is sold out. This couldn’t have happened by accident.

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Amazon Kindle and the Kindle app is one of the best devices/apps to read books. In addition to reading books, Amazon also allows you to upload your personal books and documents to your Kindle library. This feature is missing in Google Books.

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Amazon may be planning to launch more than five different variants of the Kindle Fire 2, all with different display sizes, including a 10 inch model.

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Amazon is expected to launch the Kindle Fire 2 in Q3 2012, with an improved display and better hardware than the Kindle Fire. It will compete with the Google Nexus 7 and the rumored Apple iPad Mini.

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Rumors have it that a Amazon smartphone is going to be unveiled soon. But will it be able to repeat Kindle Fire’s success? My answer is no, and here’s why.

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The Google Nexus 7 tablet announcement has sparked off yet another set of iPad Mini rumors. We’d take them with a ton of salt though.

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Microsoft to announce a tablet on Monday in partnership with Barnes and Noble to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire

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Amazon is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Scott Adams’s Dilbert, by bringing the four volumes of the Dilbert 2.0 anthology in digital format for the first time ever, exclusively on Kindle Fire.

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iPad market share has soared to 68%

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Google is rumored to be launching a direct-to-consumer store for “Nexus” tablets. Is it doomed, given how Nexus phone experiment failed? Not so much.

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Amazon may be planning to launch 3 new models of the Kindle Fire in 2012, targeting different segments of the tablet market.

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Apple lost a significant amount of market share in Q4 2011, following the launch of the Kindle Fire by Amazon. Its market share dropped from 61.5% to 54.7%, while Android saw its market share increase to 44.6%.

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The rumor mill suggests that Google may be working on an inexpensive, $200 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet to take on the Amazon Kindle Fire.

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The developers over at XDA have released a pre-Alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Kindle Fire.

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