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Amazon Fire Phone
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Amazon Doesn’t Just Sell Smartphones Anymore, It Makes One

The Fire Phone is here. Jeff Bezos has officially unveiled Amazon's first cellphone, joining the Kindle Fire tablets, Kindle ebook readers, and Fire TV. The Fire Phone sports a 4.7-inch HD display, a Qualcomm processor, Adreno 330 graphics, and 2GB of RAM. On the desing and build front, the Fire Phone has injection molded connectors, aluminum buttons, and chamfered edges. There's a set of stereo speakers on-board, and a specially designed set of headphones that won't tangle. We'll also find ...
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Google Shopping Express

Watch out Amazon, Google is coming through! Yes, first Google controls search engines, then emails, then social networks, then mobile phones, then wearable technology and now online shopping, what next the world? The latest service by Google allows its users to buy their daily/ favorite products online and have them delivered to their houses. Even more so, the company also recently released "Same Day Delivery" allowing the purchased items to be delivered as soon as possible. Now the service is ...
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Autorip
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A Few Thoughts on Amazon’s Autorip

Amazon' new Autorip service gives you free access to a digital version of the physical media you just bought. Meaning buying an audio CD will automatically grant you access to soft MP3 versions of the album's songs to download and enjoy. The same applies to books and DVDs. Direct implication? This might save the audio CD from obsolescence. Or will it just delay it? At first, when hearing the news, we immediately felt this was a very thoughtful move from Amazon. Offering digital versions of the ...
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Tablets
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The Eight-Inch Encounter: Mini Tablets

Tablets (the whole concept of computer slates) remain a mystery to me. I always was skeptical about the potential success of tablets. But history did prove me wrong, as tablets sales did plummet throughout the past few years. Even better: Medium-sized tablets also did well, even though the late Steve Jobs didn't believe they had a market. What is even worse for me is that the whole tablet thing is getting crazy, lately, with lots of iterations and sizes, from big to smaller, even smaller, to phablet-sized. ...
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