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This year has been a difficult one for Amazon so far. The company reported a paltry second quarter earnings of $7 million on revenue of $12.83 billion, with a significant operating loss projected for Q3. To make matters worse, sales of their …

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Kindle Fire 2: Disrupt the Nexus 7 or get out of the way – ZDNet

Funamo is the leading parental control solution for Android and now it is available for Amazon Kindle Fire. Funamo Parental Control for Kindle Fire provides comprehensive protection with patent-pending web filtering, application control and …

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Funamo extends Android parental control to Amazon Kindle Fire – YAHOO!

Amazon may be releasing a new Kindle Fire 2 this fall, but the better deal could be the original Kindle, if we believe the folks over at DealNews. If Amazon keeps the Kindle around, which would be a strategy similar to Apple’s iPad 2/new iPad idea, the …

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Report: Amazon Kindle Fire Could Drop as Low as $169 – Toms Hardware

The move could ignite a price war with rivals such as Google, which has just launched its own Nexus 7 tablet priced at $199. Apple is widely expected to enter the ‘mini’ tablet market with an iPad Mini later this autumn. Amazon’s move could drive prices …

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Is a tablet price war on the way? Amazon could cut price of Kindle Fire to $150 – just as Apple prepares its own seven-incher – Daily Mail

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

Google ’ s Nexus 7 is selling extremely well. In fact, the company’s Google Play store, which is one of the homes of its device, shows the 16GB, $249 version of the tablet sold out while the 8GB version of the table is still available. What’s worse …

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Google Nexus 7 Is Killing the Kindle Fire: 10 Reasons Why – eWeek

Muffi Ghadiali, an alumni of Amazon’s internal Lab126 (the team responsible for developing Amazon’s Kindle line of products), has been keeping an eye on every aspect of Ouya’s production according to an update to the project’s obscenely …

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Amazon Kindle alum overseeing Ouya production, hiring – Joystiq

Amazon’s Kindle Fire may be cooling down. That’s according to Cowen analyst Kevin Kopelman, who today cut his forecast on the company’s revenue, as well as sales of its Kindle e-reader and Kindle Fire tablet. The forecast comes ahead of an …

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Kindle Fire forecast cut by analyst amid Nexus 7 concern – CNET News

Bitdefender, the global leader in computer security technology, is offering the convenience and safety of its cloud storage system and its battery-saving, device-optimization technology to Kindle Fire users with two new apps. Bitdefender Safebox for Kindle …

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Bitdefender Extends Safebox and Power Tune-Up Support to Kindle Fire – msnbc.com

Amazon is planning three new Kindle Fire tablets to go mano a mano against rivals Google and Apple, according to industry tracker DisplaySearch. Online retail giant Amazon is eyeing production of the new tablets — all with 7-inch screens …

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Report: Amazon plans 3 new Kindle Fire tablets to rival iPads – USA Today