Rumors Point to Three New Kindle Fire Tablets This Fall
New rumors are making the rounds that originated with an analyst for NPD DisplaySearch and his supply chain sources. According to these sources, Amazon is getting ready to launch three new Kindle Firetablets this fall. The three tablets will have seven-inch screens and will vary by screen resolution and options.
One of the tablets is said to be entering August production with a screen supporting 1024 x 600 resolution with no camera. Another tablet is said to have a resolution of 1280 x 800 with an unspecified camera integrated. The third tablet is supposed to enter production in September with the same 1280 x 800 resolution and featuring a camera and 4G connectivity.
Amazon today updated its Kindle for iOS app to version 4.4, adding several features that have been requested by Amazon customers to make both sync and navigation within the app easier. Books will now sync to the most recent page read across all Kindle devices and Kindle apps that are registered to a single Amazon account, making it easier for users to swap between various Kindle devices. A feature in the navigation menu continues to allow customers to manually ... Source: MacRumors
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Wacom loves doodlers almost as much as serious artists, but its Paper-esque sketching app was limited to iOS devices only. That changes from today, now that the company has launched Windows, Android and Kindle Fire ... Source: Engadget
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Jul 22 2014, 12:54pm CDT
The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly.The so-called Big Five publishers — Penguin Random House, Macmillan, HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster — don't appear to be participating in Kindle Unlimited, Amazon's new e-book subscription service. Following the model of services such as Oyster and Scribd, Kindle Unlimited offers un ... Source: New Hampshire Public Radio
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Jul 21 2014, 6:44am CDT
The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly.The so-called Big Five publishers — Penguin Random House, Macmillan, HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster — don't appear to be participating in Kindle Unlimited, Amazon's new e-book subscription service. Following the model of services such as Oyster and Scri ... Source: WYPR
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Jul 21 2014, 6:44am CDT
Amazon is the latest—and largest—company to offer unlimited e-books for a monthly fee. Here's how Kindle Unlimited, which Amazon announced Friday, compares with rivals Scribd ... Source: PhysOrg.com
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Jul 18 2014, 2:40pm CDT
Just yesterday, Amazon launched a page announcing a new subscription service titled Kindle Unlimited before quickly making the page unavailable. But today, ... Source: ew
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Jul 18 2014, 12:47pm CDT
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