Amazon's Kindle caught fire in a big way and now MG Siegler over at TechCrunch is reporting that Amazon will go with Kindle Fire as the name for its upcoming $249 tablet, which is due to be introduced on Wednesday in New York but won't hit stores till the second week in November. Siegler said earlier in the month that he'd actually handled the new 7-inch tablet, which supposedly resembles the BlackBerry Playbook but runs on a heavily skinned version of Android and doesn't have a built-in camera. But some of the details--like the speed of the processor--were missing.
I've played around with an early sample of the case and it's really nice and has only one iphone screen protector and case small drawback: while the screen cover folds back flush against the back of your phone and doesn't cover the camera, it doesn't convert into a kickstand to prop your phone up, It also doesn't have a slot for storing credit cards or money like some folio cases do, but Bryan Hynecek, Speck's VP of design told me that for this initial folio Speck was primarily focused on creating a very slim case and it's certainly succeeded in doing that..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. ThinkPad purportedly flames out at LAX. We know some passengers can get a little heated up waiting at the airport, but this is ridiculous. According to several online reports, accompanied by incriminating photos, a ThinkPad laptop burst into flames at LAX over the weekend, causing considerable panic. Originally reported on the popular &oId=&ontId=&tag=txt" target="_blank" data-component="externalLink" rel="noopener">somethingawful.com forums, an eyewitness posted this account.
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What might put them off? Well, if the phones started to explode... Commentary: It looks lovely. It won't blow up (allegedly). But is it really a threat to Apple's upcoming phones?. Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Last year, Samsung was kind to Apple. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
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