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Amazon’s Kindle Fire is reportedly due for its first software update, partly in response to complaints about the performance of the hot-selling new tablet. The retail giant, which has in the Fire a sales hit, is looking to improve the Web …

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Amazon Kindle Fire to gain performance boosts in software update – Chicago Tribune

Amazon’s Kindle Fire is reportedly due for its first software update, partly in response to complaints about the performance of the hot-selling new tablet. The retail giant, which has in the Fire a sales hit, is looking to improve the Web …

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Amazon Kindle Fire to gain performance boosts in software update – Los Angeles Times

(Reuters) – Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet, one of the hottest gadgets this holiday season because of its low price, has some parents bristling over the simplicity at which children can order from the retail giant and the inability to stop them …

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire Lets Kids Charge Up A Storm – Huffington Post

Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet, one of the hottest gadgets this holiday season because of its low price, has some parents bristling over the simplicity at which children can order from the retail giant and the inability to stop them without crippling the …

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire lets kids charge up a storm – msnbc.com

Amazon apparently has reason to believe that its unreleased Android tablet is a hot seller.

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Amazon reportedly boosts Kindle Fire production – CNET News

Online retail giant Amazon has registered trademarks its new Kindle Fire tablet, as well as related products, under a separate company name called Seesaw LLC. In September, Amazon debuted is first tablet computer, which runs a heavily modified …

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Amazon registers Kindle Fire products under a different company name – Venturebeat.com

While the focus of much of Amazon.com’s announcements on Wednesday has been rightly placed on its Kindle Fire tablet, which will take on rivals such as the Apple iPad and Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color, the Seattle retail giant also announced …

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Will Amazon’s Silk web browser ever take on Chrome, Safari, IE? – Los Angeles Times

Amazon.com’s Kindle Fire tablet wasn’t the only new Kindle introduced Wednesday. The retail giant also announced two new eInk eReaders — a Kindle starting at $79 and a Kindle Touch starting at $99

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Amazon launches $79 Kindle and $99 Kindle Touch eReaders – Los Angeles Times

Online retail giant Amazon could announce its own tablet at a press conference next week, according to This Is My Next, which received an invite to the event today. Amazon has long been rumored to create a tablet computer as a follow-up to its …

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Kindle Tablets coming? Amazon sets press event for Sept. 28 – Venturebeat.com

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Game of Thrones Author Enters Amazon’s ‘Kindle Million Club’ – PC Magazine