Apple’s iPad ruled the tablet market in Q3 2011, accounting for 61.5% of total tablet shipments. Android came a distant second with a 32.4% market share.

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Barnes & Noble has ordered 1 million Nook Tablets from its production partners, including Inventec.

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Hold your breath, Kindle Fire owners. CyanogenMod 7 has been sighted running on the Amazon Kindle Fire. Expect a working build soon.

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Amazon has started rolling out a new software update for their recently released $199 Android running tablet, the Kindle Fire. The update does not bring any noticeable changes.

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According to a new rumor, Amazon will be launching the 8.9 inch Kindle Fire in Q2 2012. It will be manufactured by Foxconn.

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Here’s another interesting rumor: Amazon may be working on a Kindle smartphone, after the success of the Kindle Fire. Apparently, it will be priced low and will be launched in Q4 2012.

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Kindle Fire

Amazon.com just announced it is shipping Kindle Fire one day early.

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Amazon has given the order to manufacture the rumored Kindle Fire 2 to Foxconn, which also makes the iPad 2. It will begin production in Q1 2012.

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Apple has apparently been sent samples of a 7.85 inch display by some suppliers, sparking off fresh rumors of the iPad Mini.

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U.S Congressman writes an open letter to Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, concerning privacy issues with the new Kindle Fire Silk browser.

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Apple may be working on a budget iPad Mini to fight off Amazon’s Kindle Fire in the low end tablet segment.

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Amazon has outsourced the production of the Kindle Fire 2, the 10.1 inch version of the Kindle Fire, to Foxconn, which also makes Apple’s iPads.

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Amazon will lose around $10 initially on each Kindle Fire it sells, as it costs Amazon around $210 to produce a Kindle Prime unit.

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Amazon launched three new Kindles – Kindle, Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G – along with the Kindle Fire tablet. They are priced starting at $79.

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Details of the Kindle Fire tablet by Amazon were leaked by Bloomberg right before the official event. It will be priced at just $199.

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