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CNET publishes its official rated review of Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet. In this post, Senior Editor Donald Bell reflects on the review and shares his thoughts on the device's place in the technology landscape.
Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet continues to see brisk preorders, according to a market research firm, and could approach the iPad in initial sales.
Amazon Wireless, Amazon's mobile phone store, will sell the Motorola Droid Razr for $111.11 starting November 11, 2011, which also happens to be the phone's launch date.
Internet retailer increases its order for the unreleased tablet to 5 million by the end of the year, sources tell DigiTimes
A new SEC filing reveals that Amazon picked up Yap, a company that specializes in voice transcription technologies.
The online giant is said to have begun production on a larger version of its already-popular tablet.
Barnes & Noble answers Amazon's Kindle challenge with the promising $249 Nook Tablet and a price cut on the Nook Touch e-reader.
Although Samsung said the new tablet wouldn't appear in the U.S. until November 13, Amazon is selling it now with the usual one-day shipping option available.
eBay speaks out against the latest Internet sales tax proposal, BlackBerry Messenger adds a music service, and Amazon sweetens the Kindle with free book-borrowing for Prime subscribers.