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iPad Mini may only come in Wi-Fi version, report says

The Guardian also reports on a 9.7-inch iPad with a Lightning connector and compatibility with U.K.'s Everything Everywhere 4G network.

By October 9, 2012

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Multi-deal Monday: Roku, Kindle, Orcs, and more!

Lots of great deals to kick off CNET's spiffy new design, including a $35 Roku box and a free DVD ripper.

By March 24, 2014

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Jobs dismissed iPad mini as only good for surfing on the loo

Steve Jobs reportedly said the 7-inch prototype iPad was good for nothing "besides surfing the web in the bathroom".

By July 16, 2012

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Amazon Kindle audio and video ebooks: Only on iPad and iPhone

Amazon has introduced sound and moving pictures to the ebook, but not the Kindle -- multimedia elements can only be enjoyed on the rival iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch

By June 28, 2010

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Path finds its way to Kindle Fire

The release brings the private social-networking experience to Amazon's Android-forked tablets.

By July 18, 2013

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Get a Kindle Fire HD 8.9 tablet for $239

It's new, not refurbished, and there's more icing on the cake: You also get a $40 Staples gift card.

By May 31, 2013

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Get a refurbished Kindle Touch for $69

That's the same price as a new non-touch-screen Kindle. The warranty may be shorter, but the touch features definitely offset the risk.

By March 13, 2013

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Amazon's Jeff Bezos admits Kindles are sold at cost

Bezos tells the BBC what most analysts already figured out: At best Amazon breaks even on the latest Kindle hardware.

By October 11, 2012

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Kindle Fire HD: Amazon's anti-Apple profit engine

The three new Kindle Fire HD tablets are the latest example that Amazon isn't interested in making money off of its hardware, a far cry from Apple's strategy.

By September 6, 2012

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Rejoice! Kindle FreeTime brings multi-user support to tablets

Want your kids or other people to use your tablet without full access, in the same way you can restrict them on a Mac or PC? Amazon beats other tablets by being the first to offer this in the new Kindle Fires.

By September 7, 2012