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Amazon could be planning an Android tablet for October

Amazon could be launching an Android tablet, if reports are to be believed. The tablet is rumoured to have a 9-inch screen and no camera, and to be launching by October.

By Jul. 14, 2011

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Amazon Kindle: Hands-on first impressions

This article initially misstated the Kindle's built-in connectivity options. It connects to the Web via a high-speed wireless network called Amazon Whispernet.

By Nov. 19, 2007

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How to send documents to your Kindle from your Mac

Send to Kindle for Mac was recently released, making it easy to send documents directly to your Kindle from your Mac.

By Apr. 25, 2012

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How to back up Kindle purchases on your PC or Mac

Here we'll show you how to save yourself the hassle of resurrecting your digital library by backing up your Kindle purchases to your computer.

By Aug. 17, 2011

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Why Amazon's will be the first successful Android tablet

Overall value, free 3G, and a possible e-Ink mode could make for a winner.

By Sep. 2, 2011

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Amazon beefs up wireless Kindle family

The online retailer expands its e-reader selection by adding "global wireless" download capability to its larger-screen DX model.

By Jan. 5, 2010

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Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device (U.S. and International Wireless, Latest Generation)

Amazon has released a new version of the Kindle that works on cellular networks both inside and outside the U.S.

By Oct. 9, 2009

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Amazon Kindle Fire is a 7-inch Kindle tablet

Amazon has a tablet. It's called the Amazon Kindle Fire, and it's a 7-inch machine built for books, movies and music.

By Sep. 28, 2011

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Report: Kindle 2 costs $185.49 to build

iSuppli has done a teardown of the Kindle 2 and, after some careful analysis, it estimates that Amazon pays $185.49 to build its digital reader.

By Apr. 22, 2009

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With Kindle, why is Amazon blind to Wi-Fi?

Amazon's love affair with its Whispernet means the company has overpriced its big Kindle DX--to pay for wireless service--and may leave growth on the table.

By May. 7, 2009