Reviews of the Amazon Kindle Fire are now hitting the web.
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Two new Android-based smartphones developed by Sony Ericssonare now available in the United States — but only through Sony Stores across the nation.
The decision to leapfrog the major U.S. network operators and sell direct means American consumers will not benefit upfront from any carrier subsidies. However, for customers shopping for a tech-savvy smartphone to use on a prepaid basis, there are now two more attractive options when it comes to buying a handset that runs Google’s Android 2.3 operating system, also known as Gingerbread.
Tuesday, Amazon will untie the bow on its long-anticipated iPad competitor, the Kindle Fire. While no company to date has been able to make so much as a dent in Apple’s iron grip on the tablet market, Amazon isn’t your everyday manufacturer, and the Kindle Fire isn’t your average tablet. Unlike Motorola, Samsung, HTC and every other major company to rush an iPad clone onto store shelves, Amazon took its time — and perhaps most importantly, it opted to rethink what consumers might really need in a tablet, playing to the iPad’s few weaknesses. Instead of rehashing the winning appeal of Apple’s wonder slate, Amazon took its winning e-reader formula and applied it to a more tablet-like device. So what does the Amazon Kindle Fire have to offer that the ubiquitous iPad doesn’t? Read on — you might be surprised.
Apple will reportedly start shipping a ultra thin 15-inch MacBook Pro in March, according to DigiTimes.
Upstream suppliers of Apple have recently started shipping a small volume of components for a 15-inch ultra-thin notebook model from Apple in November and the device could be either MacBook Air or just a thinner MacBook Pro. The new MacBook is expected to appear as early as the second quarter of 2012, according to sources from the upstream supply chain. Estimated by the product planning, mass shipments of the notebook device will start in March and could be cataloged in either the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro line.