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Is the Kindle Fire 2 really dropping next month? Video – CNET News

Last year Amazon released its media consumption tablet the Kindle fire for only 200 dollars. Now Google has — important nexus seven tablet. With the latest version of Android Quad Core CPU. A 1280 by 800 resolution screen. And with a price of only 200 …

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Nexus 7 aims its sights at Kindle Fire Video – CNET News

WASHINGTON: The Apple iPad extended its lead in the global market for tablet computers at the start of 2012 while Amazon’s Kindle Fire flamed out after a sizzling introduction, a survey showed Monday. The ABI Research survey showed overall …

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iPad rules the tablets, Samsung tops Kindle: Survey – Economic Times

(Reuters) – Microsoft Corp will invest $300 million in Barnes & Noble Inc’s Nook e-reader, gaining a foothold in the fast-growing e-books market as the bookseller gets more firepower to compete against Amazon.com’s Kindle and Apple Inc’s iPad.

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Microsoft buys Nook stake, B&N shares soar – Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Pacific Crest said Monday that it believes demand for Amazon.com’s Kindle e-reader devices “is significantly weaker than expected” in the first quarter.

Amazon’s e-reader sales deteriorating – analyst – Marketwatch

A Kindle Fire version of the Tucson Festival of Books mobile app became available Monday in the Amazon Appstore.

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New Kindle Fire app ready for Festival of Books – Arizona Daily Star

Amazon.com Inc. has pulled from its Kindle e-book store nearly 5,000 titles distributed by a group representing more than 500 independent publishers following a dispute over terms.

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Amazon Pulls Some Independent Titles – Wall Street Journal

My article in The New York Times on Monday citing high levels of dissatisfaction with Amazon’s new tablet generated a torrential response, much of it from people who said they loved their Kindle Fires. The wilder commentators suggested that …

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Pulp Friction: The Kindle Debate – New York Times Blogs

Amazon plans to give Kindle Fire users a little more privacy with the next firmware update. As reported on Monday, Amazon’s Android-based Kindle Fire tablet is off to a rough start despite selling out in stores across America.

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Kindle Fire Tablet Getting Major UI Update Soon – Tom’s Guide

Shares of Amazon.com (AMZN) were down more than 2% Monday afternoon as investors fretted about a report in the New York Times detailing a litany of woes affecting the Kindle Fire. The newspaper likened Amazon’s new tablet computer to Ford’s Edsel — one of …

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Amazon slumps on Kindle Fire worries – MSN Money