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Although technically inferior to the iPad, Amazon's tablet entry has a different aim and is "strategically misunderstood" but a sales success anyway, Morgan Stanley analyst reports.
The popular device doesn't enable parents to block access to pornography or adult content, or keep unattended kids from racking up charges.
Despite such grand predictions for Amazon's device, the Kindle Fire isn't expected to make a huge dent in Apple's market lead.
Kindle Fire owners are complaining their Wi-Fi-dependent tablets are unable to connect to wireless networks.
New tablet users get hooked by the sub-$200 Kindle Fire, and when they're hungry for more the iPad and its meatier specs and features will be waiting.
Ed Markey says Amazon's responses to his inquiries do not provide enough detail about how the company intends to use customer information gathered via Silk.
World Tech Update this week features a special holiday gift guide that take a looks at tablets, e-readers, gaming and more.
They publisher may want to make sure that library e-books can't be easily stripped of DRM and kept by a borrower without penalty.
Qualcomm's long-awaited Mirasol reflective color screen technology is on the market, in an e-reader that launched in South Korea on Tuesday.
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