Amazon Kindle Fire

Opinion: Is the Kindle Touch, Kindle Fire or Apple iPad right for you?

Amazon’s new Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire present an appealing alternative to the iPad for some things, but there’s still room for a supersized Kindle Fire or a mini iPad.

Amazon gets Siri-ous about mobile, acquires voice technology application Yap

Amazon quietly bought Yap, a voice-to-text company that it could transition into big things for its tablet ecosystem.
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Amazon to Nook buyers: Kindle Fire has Netflix too, and much more

After enduring a verbal attack from Barnes & Noble earlier this week, Amazon has hit back, arguing that the Kindle Fire will have Netflix too, and a lot of other apps that the Nook Tablet won't have.
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Barnes and Noble unveils 7-inch Nook Tablet: 1GHz dual-core, 1GB RAM, $249

Barnes and Noble came out swinging against Amazon's Kindle Fire today with its newly unveiled Nook Tablet, which sports a 1GHz dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM for a cost of $249.
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Next Kindle Fire may have an 8.9-inch screen

The Kindle Fire isn't out yet, but there are already rumors that the next Fire will have an 8.9-inch screen.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus now available for pre-order on Amazon

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus tablet with Android 3.2 Honeycomb is available for pre-order on Amazon.
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Amazon adds PBS to the Amazon Prime streaming library

Amazon signs a deal with PBS to bring current and archive content to the Amazon Prime streaming service. This new deal will increase Amazon's streaming library to 12,000 titles by the end of the year.

Congress questions Amazon on the privacy of the Silk browser

With the upcoming launch of the Amazon Kindle Fire just a month away, Congress is launching an investigation into the data being collected by the Silk browser and what Amazon plans to do with it.

Rumors of an ‘iPad mini’ begin to surface

Rumors of an 'iPad mini' are returning, but will Apple even consider a 7-inch or cheaper tablet?
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Rumor: Kindle Fire already has over 250,000 preorders and counting

According to a leaked Amazon document there are currently over 250,000 Kindle Fire preorders, and if this pace continues it could sell as many as 2.5 million units by the time it is released on November 15.