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Could there be a wave of Kindle Fire tablets from Amazon this summer? We have previously heard rumors of a Kindle Fire 2 launch in July, but according to the president of US retail chain, Staples, it’s not just a single model. Instead, the company is …

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Amazon to launch several Kindle tablets? – CNET Asia

Amazon may be cooking up two new Kindle Fire tablets– a 10-inch version and a new 7-inch flavor. Citing intel from one of its sources, blogging site Boy Genius Report says it confirmed the launch of Amazon’s 10-inch tablet for sometime in the …

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Amazon could soon unveil two new Kindle Fires – CNET News

Is the Kindle Fire 2 really dropping next month? Our big rumor of the week is directly related to Google, so thankfully Karyne made it back to town just in time to witness the Google Glasses-wearing skydivers jump from a dirigible into Google I/O.

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Rumor Has It: Is the Kindle Fire 2 really dropping next month? (video) – CNET News

Amazon will launch the sequel to its Kindle Fire in late July, according to a new report. The next Kindle Fire is expected to be announced sometime this summer, and Amazon could be eying July 31 as the date to launch the device, according to …

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Report: Amazon could launch Kindle Fire 2 by late July – Los Angeles Times

Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) is set to launch a new generation Kindle Fire on July 31, CNET reported on its website, citing a credible source. Pricing is expected to be kept at $199, one report said, and the new Kindle would include a camera as well …

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Amazon to Launch New Kindle Fire on July 31 -Report – NASDAQ

The first generation Kindle Fire still hasn’t reached the UK, but rumour has it our US cousins are getting a new model as soon as July 31st. A “credible source” told CNET that a second gen “Kindle Fire 2” was being prepped for a launch event on …

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Rumour – Kindle Fire 2 heading for July launch – Stuff.tv

Video description: Amazon may soon launch a front-lit Kindle, the postmaster pushes QR codes and Facebook’s value could go beyond $100 billion — even if it’s seen a “passing fad.” We have news on the Amazon Kindle DX, Sony sneaks in an e-reader of its own …

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Facebook: The pricey ‘passing fad’ Video – CNET News

Amazon released a small software update for the Kindle Fire, but it does have something a lot of people have been demanding: the ability to enable password-protection for purchases, a feature the iPad has always offered. On top of that, the …

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Kindle Fire update password-protection for purchases, more – CNET News

CISPA heads to the Senate, Zergs take over Google, and Amazon’s Kindle Fire is hotter than any other Android tablet. Every weekday afternoon, CNET Update delivers the top tech stories of the day. The show keeps a close eye on emerging trends …

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Kindle Fire hotter than any Android tablet – CNET News

In addition, Amazon says that it will offer the books in digital form in its Kindle Store. “We are excited to be using the opportunity of this re-license to introduce Ian Fleming’s books to a broader audience in the USA, and we believe that …

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