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5 weeks ago
Does Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited e-book service require a Kindle or will it work with any Android tablet?
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited service seems like it basically applies the Netflix model to e-books, with unlimited book “rentals” for a flat monthly fee. I love...
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9 weeks ago
Amazon has the OS system listed as Fire 3.5. What is Fire OS? Will it run apps from any of the other OSes (Windows, Android, iOS)?
10 weeks ago
I’m an Amazon Prime member, but I haven’t tried out the new service yet. A major reason why is that I have Spotify, Rdio, Pandora, next.fm and Play Music on...
17 weeks ago
It seems that everyone and their brother has at some point decided to enter their own pony in the smartphone horserace - Ubuntu, Firefox, Samsung/Tizen, etc...
20 weeks ago
Amazon just announced its new set-top box called Fire TV, but it seems to me that there are plenty of established products already. Roku, Apple and, to an...
23 weeks ago
I just got an email from Amazon telling me that Prime Membership would be increasing from $79 to $99 per year when my membership renews. That’s a pretty...
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