A Site For Kindle Fans

Amazon offers WiFi-only and 3G versions of its Kindle eReaders. If you pay a little extra for the 3G model, you can download books and other content from anywhere you have a 3G signal for no additional fee. If you have a Kindle Keyboard 3G, you …

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Kindle 3G users now have a 50MB/month cap: Goodbye unlimited browsing – Liliputing

Security researchers from heise Security have created a proof-of-concept code for a remotely exploitable security vulnerability affecting Amazon’s Kindle Touch 5.1.0 firmware. The demo allows arbitrary shell commands to be injected into a Kindle …

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Security flaw found in Amazon’s Kindle Touch – ZDNet

Amazon may reveal its new Kindle product line in July. A “credible” unnamed source has informed CNET that Amazon plans to launch its second-generation Kindle Fire tablet during an event scheduled for July 31. The news follows recent reports claiming that …

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Kindle Fire 2 Could Launch in July – Tom’s Guide

Time to meet the future use it! The Kindle Fire is an amazing new tablet that allows you to read millions of books and magazines, watch movies and shows, play games, listen to music and more anywhere in the world at any time all using this new tablet PRLog …

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Kindle Fire – The Best Gadget Today and Not a Single Dull Moment – PRLog (free press release)

Amazon’s $79 Kindle may be the least flashy of the the bunch, but the Seattle company is starting to push out a new software update that adds some much-needed functionality to their cost-conscious e-reader. One of the biggest additions to the …

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Amazon Adds KF8 Support, Parental Controls, And A High-Contrast Font To Their Cheapest Kindle – TechCrunch

When I curled up with a guilty-pleasure book on my first Kindle, I would always wake up with my face resting on the screen, which was streaked with the drool that can accompany sleep. And, because I had been reading before drifting off, the …

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Kindle vs. Nook: Which e-reader is better in bed? [Video] – Los Angeles Times

My house seems full of Kindles of every kind, but I decided to buy the Kindle Touch after reading a couple of reviews written by people who seemed to prefer it over the other models. I like it for the following reasons: 1.) It is lighter in weight and …

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Amazon coupon codes 2012 for Kindle Touch 3G, all discount codes, deals and promos 2012 – PRLog (free press release)

The Amazon Kindle is coming to a high street near you. Book chain Waterstones has announced it’ll sell the ebook reader alongside its old-fashioned paper books, as well as let you browse ebooks in-store. The news comes a few months after James Daunt …

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Amazon Kindle to be sold in Waterstones – Techradar.com

Amazon is trying to sell ads that would appear on the Kindle Fire’s welcome screen, AdAge reports, at prices of at least $600,000 for a two-month campaign. Does that mean a cheaper, ad-supported Kindle Fire is coming soon? Amazon already sells …

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Is a cheaper, ad-supported Kindle Fire on the way? – Yahoo Finance

An internal memo circulating at Target indicates the chain intends to stop selling Amazon’s devices, including the Kindle Fire, The Verge reported Wednesday. Though Kindle devices appear to have sold well in the past, the stock will no longer be …

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Amazon’s Kindle line to disappear from Target store shelves – Ars Technica