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Sources say Amazon.com is preparing to launch a new version of its Kindle Fire tablet, just as the tablet market, so far dominated by Apple, is heating up to include Google and Microsoft. All Things D reports that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) is approaching …

Amazon to ship new Kindle Fire in Q3 – The Business Journal

Amazon.com’s demand for the Kindle Fire continues to decline, according to a new survey of potential tablet buyers. The survey on Tuesday from ChangeWave Research shows Kindle Fire planned buying is down two-thirds since November 2011.

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Kindle Fire interest cools – The Business Journal

The Seattle-based Amazon shipped 3.9 million Kindle Fires in the fourth quarter to grab 14.3 percent of the global tablet market, IHS iSuppli said. The Cupertino, California-based Apple shipped 15.4 million iPads during the last three months of …

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Solid debut for Amazon’s Kindle Fire: research firm – PhysOrg

Amazon’s Kindle Fire helped take a bite out of Apple’s fourth quarter tablet market share, but it was Cupertino’s own iPhone 4S that most affected iPad sales, according to a new report from IHS iSuppli. Apple ended the fourth quarter with 57 percent of the …

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iPhone 4S Impacted iPad Market Share More Than Kindle Fire – PC Magazine

Apple (AAPL) is reportedly working on a 7-inch tablet to take on Amazon’s (AMZN) Kindle Fire. Technology analyst Ezra Gottheil told Computerworld that a smaller version of the 9.7-inch iPad has always “been in the plan” for the Cupertino, Calif.,

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Should Apple make a mini iPad? – MSN Money

Apple ’s iPad has not necessarily been as big of a success for Cupertino as an e-reader as they hoped: the ubiquitous Amazon Kindle platform has steadily trounced iBooks . One exception, though, is when it comes to magazines.

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Coming soon to a Kindle near you: magazine subscriptions – Geek.Com

AT&T Inc.’s chief device strategist, who oversees the carrier’s relationship with Cupertino’s Apple Inc., said tablet computers costing as much as $1,000 might soon make many laptops obsolete. “You’re going to …

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Tablet computers forecast to outpace laptops – San Francisco Gate