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Amazon Sold 6M Kindle Fires In Q4, Analyst Estimates

Amazon Kindle Fire

The Kindle Fire is…on fire. Despite some mixed reviews from the pundit class, consumers have flocked to Amazon‘s first entry into the tablet market. Stifel Nicolas analyst Jordan Rohan in a new research lifted his estimate for the company fourth quarter Fire sales to 6 million units from 5 million. He also raised his financial estimates for the company, asserting that the Kindle and the Kindle Fire have effectively become the third major mobile ecosystem after Apple iOS and Google Android.


AT&T boosts mobile data caps but hikes prices as well

On Sunday, AT&T is reconfiguring its mobile data plans in way that will anger many customers but may actually please others. It’s raising its smartphone and tablet data plan rates, while simultaneously offering customers a better deal on the data they do consume.


Apple debuts e-book publishing app

Apple Unveils Textbook Publishing App

Apple on Thursday lifted the veil on its plans to remake the educational landscape in a way that centers on its best-selling tablet computer, the iPad. "Education is deep in Apple's DNA and iPad may be our most exciting education product yet," Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, said in a statement.


Exclusive: Dell plots late-2012 consumer tablet launch


Dell Inc intends to launch its first consumer tablet computer in late 2012, marking its entry into a hotly contested and increasingly crowded arena that has already claimed arch-foe Hewlett Packard.


Thinner, touchier glass for your phone?

Thinner & More Responsive Touchscreen

The makers of Gorilla Glass, the glass that's used in touchscreen gadgets such as iPhones, iPads and more than 500 other models of electronic gadgets, has officially unveiled a thinner and more touch-sensitive version of their product.


Amazon’s Kindle Fire Is Number One e-reader

The trio of Kindle e-readers took the three top places on Amazon’s best sellers on their site. In fact, over one million Kindles have been sold per week for the month of December. Every country that has an Amazon site showed the Kindle Fire as their top-selling product.


Rumors of iPad 3 heat up

You may have just unwrapped your new iPad 2, but rumors are already swirling about the iPad 3... That a new model will be rolled out February 24, which would have been Steve Jobs' birthday, or in March, the same month the iPad 2 was introduced.

Senh: Now that the iPad finally has competition from the Kindle Fire, it'll only get better.


Running a country? There's an app for that, almost

Britain's government says experts are considering developing a bespoke iPad app that would deliver key data straight to Prime Minister David Cameron's tablet computer....


Google Activating 700,000 Android Devices A Day

Google's senior VP of mobile devices Andy Rubin asserts in a Google+ post that the company is now activating 700,000 Android devices a day. That would be 255 million devices a year. Or a billion every four years. That would be, in short, a whole lot of phones and tablets.


Amazon Says Kindles Sell Over 1M/Wk For Third Straight Week

Kindle Fire this morning announced that it has sold more than 1 million Kindles a week for the last three weeks in a row. The retailer said that the Kindle Fire tablet remains the single best selling item on site. The Fire has been the best-selling product on the site for 11 weeks in a ...

Senh: Finally some real numbers from Amazon regarding the Kindle Fire sales. They still lumped sales of all Kindle products together though. Maybe it's more impressive that way, but it's kinda sneaky. Why don't they just flat out tell us how many Kindle Fires have been sold?


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