A Site For Kindle Fans

Back when I wrote for CNN, I was taught we had eight seconds to get the main point across. So, here goes. Buy the Nexus 7. Unless you’re a huge Amazon user. Then get the Fire. There you go. No beating around the bush. Just a simple answer.

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How to decide: should you buy the Nexus 7 or the Kindle Fire? – ZDNet

Want to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on an Amazon Kindle Fire? You can. It’s an unofficial software update that’s not supported by Amazon — but once you’ve applied the update you can install the Amazon Kindle, MP3, and Appstore apps and use them …

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Hashcode’s Jelly Bean update for the Kindle Fire: Now with Netflix – Liliputing

Okay, this is kind of awesome. A developer by the nickname Hashcode on the XDA-Developers forum recently succeeded in porting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Amazon Kindle Fire. Though the initial build is still far from perfect–performance issues, HD …

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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Port Now Available to Kindle Fire Owners – PC World

Google’s announcement of the much-rumored Nexus 7 on the opening day of its Google I/O conference June 27 saw Google go head-to-head with Amazon, not Apple, in the tablet market. At $199, Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is definitely for budget users …

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Google Nexus 7 Versus Amazon Kindle Fire: Spec-for-Spec Comparison – mobilenapps.com