Kindle Fire

If Amazon.com posts poor holiday sales, there is every chance its shares could sell off another 10%, which would put them the below the current 52-week low.
Wall Street is still anxious about what it sees as relentless and reckless risk-taking by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos.
Amazon.com introduced five new models of its Kindle and Kindle Fire tablets but without much fuss.
Not to be outdone by other consumer tech companies that offer free online storage, Amazon.com now offers free cloud-based storage as well.
Amazon.com has released numbers showing that Kindle Fire HDX customers who used the Mayday button to get customer service enjoy a response time of an average of 9.75 seconds.
Amazon.com could release a new smartphone in the next few days that has been described as the first with a 3D screen, a Samsung Galaxy killer and its answer to the iPhone 6.
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