A Site For Kindle Fans

It features a touch screen, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of expandable storage. Basically, it’s like a Kindle Fire with the holy spirit. The Edifi sells for $149.99. And as if that low-low-low price wasn’t enough to motivate the faithful to go high-tech …

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Holy touch screen! A Christian tablet is born – Los Angeles Times

The next time you buy a Kindle from Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) you may have to put up with ads on the welcome screen. The Kindle Fire is the most popular product that Amazon currently has on offer. As a result, the company‚Äôs advertising department is …

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Are Kindle Ads A New Direction For Amazon? – msnbc.com

Now that Target has confirmed it will no longer carry any e-readers or tablets from Amazon’s Kindle product line, the next question is: Why? While some readers have suggested this may have been influenced by Apple — whose devices will be featured in …

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Is ‘showrooming’ behind Target move to drop Kindle? – USA Today