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The company initially launched the new Kindles only in a few markets, including the U.S., but has now has started rolling out its Kindle devices globally.

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Amazon Launches Kindle Touch 3G To Expand Tablet Reach – Forbes

The Kindle Touch 3G e-reader will be available on April 27 in 175 countries and territories, Amazon announced this week. But there’s still no word as to when the retailer’s popular Kindle Fire tablet would be available outside the United States. The $199 …

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Why Hasn’t the Kindle Fire Gone Global? – PC World

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Amazon Kindle for Android gets more comics, personal document viewing – MobileBurn

nook_tabletIs Barnes & Noble launching an 8GB Android tablet to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet?

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Look Out, Kindle Fire: Barnes & Noble to Launch Cheaper Nook This Week [REPORT] – YAHOO!

Amazon is nearing the launch of a 9-inch Kindle Fire, Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley says. Bartley told investors in a research note this week that the 9-inch Kindle Fire could launch by the middle of the year. He didn’t provide further …

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Amazon readying 9-inch Kindle Fire for 2012, analyst predicts – CNET News

Amazon is nearing the launch of a 9-inch Kindle Fire, Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley says. Bartley told investors in a research note this week that the 9-inch Kindle Fire could launch by the middle of the year. He didn’t provide further …

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Amazon readying 9-inch Kindle Fire for 2012, analyst says – CNET News

I received my Kindle Fire in December, and while I’ve had a review ready by the end of the week, I’ve decided to give it a month in order to factor in a full month of real world use.

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Kindle Fire? More Like Kindle Hot – Examiner

Amazon’s Kindle Fire is the latest example of a growing trend to move traditional computer activities to tablets and smartphones. AlwaysOnPC added the Kindle Fire to its list of supported clients this week; the software, available in the Amazon Kindle …

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Lookout PC: Even the Kindle Fire can be a virtual you – Gigaom.com

Welcome to IRL, an ongoing feature where we talk about the gadgets, apps and toys we’re using in real life and take a second look at products that already got the formal review treatment. Hi there, folks.

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IRL: the Kindle Touch, a repurposed Army bag and a non-user replaceable laptop battery – engadget

Microsoft this week released a Hotmail application for Amazon’s Kindle Fire. The free app is now available in the Kindle store and provides several improvements over the built-in Kindle Fire email application, David Law, director of Hotmail product …

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Hotmail App Now Available for Kindle Fire – PC Magazine