Amazon pits Kindle Fire HD vs. iPad Mini

Amazon pits Kindle Fire HD vs. iPad Mini

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A splashy and not-so-subtle presentation on the Amazon.com home page makes it quite clear which tablet's the better one, in Amazon's own estimation. [Read more]...
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