CEO Jen-Hsun Huang expects the gaming device to "do quite well."
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The Kindle Fire has received its lumps in the media because of a minimalist feature set, but Amazon likes what it sees in the numbers.
The Recording Industry Association of America has sent Redigi, a service that sells used downloads, a cease and desist letter.
Spotify has finally made its way to the U.S., successfully striking deals with all four of the major record labels to provide a unique music-streaming service, and Wilson's already a member with a premium account. If you weren't lucky enough to get an invite to the party, we'll be selling them to the highest bidder.
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Twitpic has been under fire for taking control of your pictures and selling them to newspapers. The controversy has turned the spotlight on other services -- and Twitter itself.
No, we don't have the new iPad/iSlate/iFail just yet, but we're crossing our fingers hoping for good news at tomorrow's Apple Event. CNET correspondent Natali Del Conte is already in San Francisco ready to cover the big announcement, and we're stoked that Jeff hosted Loaded today in her absence. Also, be sure to check out PRE-GAME, Jeff's newest video game show on CNETV starting next Tuesday, February 2.
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Kindle users are leaning toward downloads priced at $0.00. Still, with Amazon playing close to the vest, it's hard to tell what the sales patterns really look like.