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AllThingsD is reporting that the next Kindle Fire will be thinner and lighter than the current Kindle Fire with a better display, boosting the pixels to a 1280×800 resolution. Supposedly, Amazon is targeting the second half of the year for the release — late in the third quarter, to be a little more specific.
Amazon captured a significant proportion of the Android tablet market with the Kindle Fire, largely thanks to its cheap selling price. There’s still sadly no word on an Australian launch date — although that hasn’t stopped some importing them — but the current crop of rumours suggest that the Kindle fire may be getting bigger and/or cheaper.
It’s a rarer occurrence that spotting bigfoot riding the Loch Ness monster, but Grace Digital Audio has just announced a speaker dock designed specifically for the Kindle Fire. You read that right, the FireDock won’t even acknowledge the iPad’s existence.