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Tablets closing the gap on laptop market
Consumer demand for tablet computers will see unit shipments increase almost fourfold by 2016.
Kindle fails to catch fire
Amazon confirms their latest tablet and e-reader devices will not make profits.
Amazon turns up Apple heat with Kindle Fires
CEO Jeff Bezos unveils four new devices as the company aims to take a sizable chunk of the tablet market.
Web hacker faces US extradition
'Cyber bandit' arrested amid allegations of security breach.
Amazon refunds disappointed Mass Effect 3 player
Controversy refuses to die as publishers Bioware ‘collect and consider feedback’.
Amazon to challenge Siri
Retail giant quietly acquires voice-to-text start up Yap.
Google engineer's Google+ gaffe
Employee accidentally posts rant criticising company - on Google+.
¼ million Kindle Fires ordered
50,000 units being ordered per day, six weeks out from November launch.
Amazon launches Kindle Fire
New tablet smaller than iPad but also much, much cheaper.
Amazon to launch tablet this week?
Wednesday media event tipped to reveal newest iPad rival.
Analysts back Amazon to take on iPad
With the Galaxy mired in legal battles and the TouchPad dead in the water, could an Amazon tablet be the one to stand up to Apple's dominant device?
Amazon's cloud crash
Netflix, Reddit and Foursquare among sites affected by outage.
Rumour: Amazon entering tablet market
Amazon is rumoured to be entering the tablet market later this year
Cloud outages result in Amazon apology
Amazon apologises and explains the large scale outages in its cloud hosting service that disrupted high traffic websites across the net.
Apple sues Amazon over ‘App Store’ trademark
Allowing Amazon to use the term 'App Store' will confuse and mislead customers, says Apple.
HP makes major play for the cloud
HP has unveiled a new strategy that will see it develop its own internet services and app store for consumers and businesses.