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Bezos has turned the Washington Post into a public relations tool for Amazon’s tablets

Kindle Fire tablet owners now have exclusive access to a new application from the Washington Post, and they’ll be able to use it for six months without having to pay for a subscription, just by virtue of using a product made by the company that allowed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to buy the Post in 2013. [...]

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Oyster heads to Android to make Amazon, Barnes and Noble quiver

The so-called “Netflix for books” is thumbing its nose at the competition. Oyster today announced that its all-you-can-read subscription service is now on Android devices like the Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble’s Nook HD. Oyster says in its announcement that an Android application was the most-requested feature for its previously iOS-exclusive service. What it doesn’t say is [...]

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Ginger Page Translates For You, Makes Sure Your English is Impeccable

Android/iOS/Windows/Chrome: Whether you’re learning English or you’ve been speaking it your whole life, Ginger Page is a new writing tool that wants to make sure that your spelling and grammar are accurate at home and on the go. The app translates other languages for you, offers contextual corrections, and more. Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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Mobile showdown: Revealing the drugs of choice and other insights into the interests of iOS and Android users

With mobile now the dominant computing platform, the platform war between iOS and Android remains a central battleground. Android may have won the masses, thanks in part to its ubiquity and availability on low-cost devices, but Apple appears to be winning the premium consumers. The question is, how accurate are these broad generalizations and how [...]

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Amazon UK offering £25 off Kindle Fire purchases until January 20

Android Central

Limited offer to celebrate being voted number 1 in customer satisfaction over Christmas

Amazon UK was voted number 1 for customer satisfaction over the Christmas period, and to celebrate, any of the Kindle Fire range can be had for £25 off list price. The offer only runs until January 20, and the discount will be applied at checkout with the use of the code “MAYDAY25.”

That brings the price of the cheapest Kindle Fire HD, the 8GB version down to just £94, with the cheapest Kindle Fire HDX coming down to £174. They’re not for everyone, but if you’ve been on the fence about picking one up, now might just be the time. 

Source: Amazon UK

    



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