Amazon.com unveiled its latest batch of Kindle Fire tablets, offering sharper-than-ever pictures, snappier graphics and an on-demand, on-device tech support feature. To compete against Apple's iPad ... more 
Amazon.com unveiled its latest batch of Kindle Fire tablets, offering sharper-than-ever pictures, snappier graphics and an on-demand, on-device tech support feature. To compete against Apple's iPad and the variety of tablets that run Google's Android operating system, it's offering a new 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX with a 16 GB hard drive for $229 (with advertising on the home screen). less 
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Wed, Sep 25, 2013 8:12 PM EDT