Kindle Paperwhite review, Amazon's first toy catalog
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Of use of Amazon's latest update to the Kindle Paperwhite are in and while it's a bit more expensive than the previous model, critics love it for its slimmer, lighter design, full waterproofing and expanded base storage.
The new Paperwhite even feels more durable too.
With the full review, you can check out CNET.
In the aftermath of a number of devastating hurricanes, the FCC is examining how well wireless companies prepare for and respond to natural disasters.
Letters have been sent to all of the major carriers seeking information on how they've implemented emergency response frameworks into their systems.
And finally Amazon is mailing out its first-ever physical toy catalogue to millions of homes.
Entitled A Holiday of Play, it leans into the classic holiday season big-bucks retailer catalogues of yesteryear.
There's one thing left out, though, prices.
Instead, you'll need to go online to see how much the toys will cost.
You can stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.
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