Amazon Announcement September 6 2012
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What happened to the Amazon smartphone?

Amazon did not announce its own Android smartphone last week, but its app-bundling deal with Verizon may mean it never needs one.
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Content is king: What Amazon’s new tablet armada means for the rest of the industry

Amazon's latest batch of e-readers and tablets signals its true intention: Crushing Apple's iTunes content ecosystem with a consumption device for every buyer and budget.
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Hands-on with Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD

We go hands on with the Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD to see how Amazon's latest armada of mobile devices really perform.
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Spec showdown: Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch vs. Apple iPad (Retina)

We put Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch up against Apple's third-generation iPad with Retina Display in this spec showdown.
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Amazon revamps Kindle Fire, goes big with 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD

The vanilla Kindle Fire will get more features and a lower price of just $159, while the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE will go head to head with Apple's iPad.
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Amazon unveils the Kindle Paperwhite: Crisper fonts, slimmer size, and pumped-up pixels

Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite line boasts an illuminated screen, sharper display and better touchscreen, while the most basic Kindle will now sell for $69 and gets a host of improvements as well.
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Spec showdown: Amazon Kindle Fire HD (7-inch) vs. Google Nexus 7

Watch out, Google. Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD 7-inch has all the specs to stand up to the Nexus 7 -- and then some.
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New Amazon TV ad reveals large-screen Fire tablet and back-lit ‘Paperwhite’ e-reader

An Amazon ad broadcast Wednesday night appeared to reveal a number of products set for launch on Thursday, including a large-screen Kindle Fire tablet and back-lit Paperwhite e-reader.

Amazon to unveil cut-price Kindle Fire with ads, says report

According to reports, Amazon is planning to unveil two versions of its upgraded Kindle Fire tablet next week – one regular model and a cheaper version supported by ads.