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The 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, or e-reader (if you will) is the latest release from Amazon. It offers free data storage in the cloud and a new internet browser named Amazon Silk.
The Kindle Fire's display is made of Corning's Gorilla Glass, and underneath the hood features a 1GHz dual-core TI OMAP processor and 8GB of onboard storage.
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Announced: September 28, 2011
Release Date: November 15, 2011
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by Phil Nickinson
Jan 17, 2012
Amazon has been quick to tell us how popular the Kindle Fire has been the past couple of months, but we've yet to see any real numbers. Perhaps that will change Jan. 31, when the online retailer...
by Chris Parsons
Jan 06, 2012
With the Amazon Kindle Fire making its way to plenty of consumers hands, a lot of companies are working on making their apps compatible with the Kindle Fire. Once such company that has completed the...
by Richard Devine
Jan 04, 2012
The Silk browser on the Amazon Kindle Fire may or may not be to everyone's liking, but that hasn't stopped the community efforts to port it across to other devices. The ever helpful folks ov...
by Anndrew Vacca
Dec 29, 2011
Amazon announced this morning that 2011 was its Kindle line's best holiday season to date, with over one million devices sold per week throughout December. Amazon seems particularly proud of how...
by Jared DiPane
Dec 24, 2011
Look at what we have here, an update for the Amazon Kindle Fire on Dec 20, and it has been rooted already again on Dec 23. It is always nice to be able to keep up to date with the most current OS ve...