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(gigaom.com) — For better or worse, the self-published erotic trilogy 50 Shades of Grey is now a bona fide smash, attracting a seven figure deal from Random House and plans for a movie. No surprise then, it’s also spawning a spate of …

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50 Shades” knock-offs climb Amazon’s Kindle charts – CNN Money

Google’s Nexus 7 has no doubt put a damper on Kindle Fire sales. To sum it up best, the Nexus 7 is the best 7-inch tablet to own. Its display is sharper than the Fire, its thinner and it has at least one camera. That’s all in the past, because the next …

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Next Kindle Fire To Go Head-to-Head With Nexus 7 – NBC Bay Area

June 29, 2012, 8:30 AM — In the midst of Google I/O and a decent amount of excitement generated around the Nexus 7, you might think Amazon’s Kindle Fire would be forgotten for a few days. You’d be wrong. I’m sure it was all just a coincidence (yeah …

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Kindle Fire 2 rumors try to rain on Google Nexus 7’s parade – IT World

The e-reader may be getting ready to take a permanent backseat to the sexier tablet. FORTUNE — Are people tiring of black-and-white e-readers? It seems that way. According to a recent report from Pacific Crest Securities, a Portland, Oregon …

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Kindle sales cooling down, Fire heating up? – Fortune Tech

The e-reader may be getting ready to take a permanent backseat to the sexier tablet. FORTUNE — Are people tiring of black-and-white e-readers? It seems that way. According to a recent report from Pacific Crest Securities, a Portland, Oregon …

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Kindle sales drying up, Fire heating up? – Fortune Tech

The online retailer’s 7-inch color slate, a holiday hit when it debuted last fall, has “cooled with consumers,” the Yankee Group says. June 09, 2012, 7:05 AM — Amazon had better hope that its upcoming second-generation Kindle Fire is a real crowd-pleaser …

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Kindle Fire: Once hot, now cold? – IT World

The Kindle Fire burned hot during the holidays, shipping 3.9 million units. But Kindle Fire sales dropped to 750,000 for the first quarter of 2012. During the fourth quarter, people bought 15.4 million iPads, or about 55 percent of the total tablet market.

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Has the Apple iPad snuffed the Kindle Fire? – IT World

It’s not clear why Target decided to no longer carry Amazon’s e-reader, but it may have simply come down to a choice between Amazon and Apple. FORTUNE — Last night, The Verge reported that Target (TGT) was dropping Amazon’s (AMZN) Kindle e …

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Why did Target boot Amazon’s Kindle? – Fortune Tech

In fact, that contoured back makes it one of the most comfortable e-readers to hold for long bouts of reading, more so than the newer Amazon (AMZN) Kindle or Kindle Touch, which are thinner and flatter. This particular Nook shirks a clip-on …

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Shedding light on the new Nook – Fortune Tech

April 24, 2012, 7:11 PM — Amazon released the Mac version of the Send to Kindle application on Tuesday, bringing Mac users into parity with a Windows application that was released a few months back. Send to Kindle makes it easier to move documents into …

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Amazon releases Send to Kindle software for Mac – IT World