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Amazon’s Kindle for iPad app has been updated on Thursday bringing with it a new interface and new features. Most important for new iPad owners, the new Amazon Kindle app adds support for the new Retina Display on the new iPad so users can …

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Kindle for iPad gets fresh new look, new high-res graphics – Pocket-lint.com

One of the big benefits of the new iPad’s high-resolution display is how sharp it renders text–and how good e-books and other text-based content looks on it. Apple, of course, has already updated its iBooks e-reader app to optimize it for the …

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Kindle for iPad app now optimized for new high-resolution display – CNET News

Now that we know what the new iPad features the conjecturati are already specs and information about the new Kindle Fire aka the the Kindle Fire 2 to be launched in the second half of this year. Buyers who wait may have the choice of a 7″ Kindle Fire and a …

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Kindle Fire 2 New 10″ Too? – Wireless and Mobile News

Barnes & Noble on Tuesday unveiled an 8GB version of its Nook Tablet for $199 and dropped the price of its Nook Color e-reader to $169. The storage capacity and price of the new Nook Tablet brings it in line with its biggest rival, the Amazon Kindle Fire.

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Barnes & Noble Targets Kindle Fire With 8GB Nook Tablet – PC Magazine

Amazon certainly did not waste any time getting on the new BlackBerry tablet. The company announced that the Kindle eReader application will be available on the PlayBook tablet computer, which is set for release later this year.

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Kindle Getting PlayBook App, New Web Features – Tablet PC Reviews

Kindle Fire owners looking to add a touch of professional class to their browsing experience will find luxury and utility in the new Kindle Fire Refillable Planner, available immediately through Xiao Zhi (http://www.zsxiaozhi.com/). Crafted from black top …

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Xiao Zhi’s Kindle Fire Refillable Planner: An Executive Look for a Mobile Experience – YAHOO!

Apple iPad users shopping for Kindle books now have their own dedicated Web site that lets you touch and swipe through the online store. A tour of the new Kindle iPad-optimized site reveals the same experience you’ll find on the full Web site …

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A tour of Amazon’s touch-based Kindle Store for the iPad – CNET News

Video description: Once you get the new Kindle Fire in your hands, there are a few basics you should know. Join Sharon Vaknin for this Kindle Fire primer. Ready to join Twitter?

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Kindle Fire tips and tricks Video – CNET News

Today’s New York Times is reporting that the new Amazon Kindle Fire is just shy of a complete failure. David Streitfeld’s Personal Tech column is entitled “As Kindle Fire Faces Critics, Remedies Are Promised”, but look closely at that url and you can see …

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Does the Kindle Fire Really Suck? I Think Not – Huffington Post

Summary: My wife is beginning to get more familiar with her new Kindle Fire, and her initial observations are worth noting as she is the target market for the new tablet. The Kindle Fire is not just a cheap ($199) tablet, it is aimed squarely at …

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Kindle Fire: Non-techie perspective – ZDNet