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Amazon Kindle Fire First Impressions: Solid but Limited

Following extended eyes-on time, here are a few thoughts on where Amazon's new Kindle Fire fits into the tablet landscape.

Meet Amazon's Four New Kindles

Amazon upgrades its Kindle fleet with four new models--Kindle, Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G--and the Kindle Fire tablet. Have a look.

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Amazon Announces $199 Kindle Fire Tablet, Clutch of New Kindle E-Readers

Amazon enters the tablet wars with the well-priced Kindle Fire, and ups the e-reader market ante with new, more-capable Kindle e-readers.

Kobo Pulse: eReading is Sharing

Not sharing enough online? Now you can share your eReading habits!

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Live Blog: Amazon's Tablet Press Conference

Technologizer's Harry McCracken live blogs from Amazon's tablet press event in New York.

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Amazon's Kindle Tablet: iPad Rival or E-reader on Steroids?

Will Amazon deliver a full-fledged Android tablet on Wednesday or a souped-up e-reader that rivals the Nook?

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Amazon Kindle Tablet Could Shake Up Tablet Wars: Here's How

Amazon's brand recognition, bevy of existing e-reader owners, and e-commerce platform make it a formidable rival suited to go head-to-head with Apple.

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Amazon, Barnes & Noble Tablets should be Holiday Stars

Gift buyers may like what they see in the new Amazon and B&N tablets, particularly if rumors about the devices' sizes, specs, and prices hold true.

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How to Check Out E-Books From Your Local Library

Thousands of libraries across the U.S. can now loan e-books through Amazon. They can be delivered to your phone, iPad, Kindle or PC/Mac and are free with your library membership.

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You Can Now Borrow Kindle Books from Libraries

Over 11,000 U.S. libraries are now loaning out Kindle books.

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