Amazon's Kindle Fire settles in at 5% of tablet market

Amazon's Kindle Fire settles in at 5% of tablet market

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Amazon shipped more than 1.2 million Kindle Fire tablets worldwide in the second quarter, up significantly from the first quarter, but strong sales of Apple’s iPad left the Amazon device with a relatively modest slice of the overall market, about 5 percent. Those are the latest numbers from the IDC...
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