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Nokia E7, Now Available at Amazon.com for $649.99

Written on April 06, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Nokia brings the Symbian back, probably for its last dance, with the Nokia E7 which is now available at Amazon.com

Just because Nokia’s betting almost all their money on the Windows Phone 7 this year, that doesn’t mean they’ll abandon their aging Symbian platform anytime soon.

In fact, Nokia recently launched the Nokia E7 at Amazon.com, with the price tag of $649.99. More than that, the handset is availble for order right now. Unfortunately, it’s unsubsidized by any network, thus giving it its huge price.

The Nokia E7 is equipped with a 4-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 640×460 resolution, 680MHz ARM 11 processor, 256MB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 8MP rear facing camera with dual LED flash, and a 720p video capture. The Symbian^3 powered Nokia E7 also features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for people out there that aren’t still savvy with the touchscreen.

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Amazon Cloud Player for Web and Android Now Available in US Territories

Written on March 29, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Amazon reaches cloud-nine with Amazon Cloud Player and Amazon Cloud Drive.

Amazon has beaten Google and Apple to the clouds, as the online retail giant launches the Amazon Cloud Player for web and Android devices, along with the Amazon Cloud Drive.

Gone will be the days where music listeners download their music to different computers or phones, as the Amazon Cloud Player plays your kind of tunes anytime, anywhere. Just upload your music (either in AAC or MP3 format) to the your free 5GB Cloud Drive Storage, and you’re all set to play your music with the Cloud Player.

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Test Drive Apps at the Amazon.com Appstore with an Android Virtual Machine

Written on March 28, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Put the Android apps to the test with Amazon.com Appstore's Test Drive feature!

Not sure if the app you’re going to buy will tickle your fancy? Well Amazon.com got your uncertain minds covered, as they introduce the Test Drive feature over at the Amazon.com Appstore. Android users are already impressed with the user-interface and the plethora of apps the appstore can offer, but having the Test Drive feature? Well that’s Amazon and Android for you!

The Test Drive feature is what the name implies, search for an app that you’re interested in buying at the Amazon Appstore, check out the reviews, and if you’re not convinced with the reviews, you test it out before buying. So where do we test this app? On your desktop/laptop browser of course!

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Amazon Builds Film Studio and Needs Screenwriters

Written on November 18, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Amazon.com can possibly make your screenwriting dreams come true. The online company is venturing in movie production and needs good materials for future film projects. You got movie ideas to share? Submission of entries kicks-off next year.

If you are a budding screenwriter, Amazon.com might make your dreams come true. The online merchant is expanding and will launch Amazon Studios. This is a movie production which contents are submitted by users and developers. The company will give rewards to the chosen filmmakers and screenwriters.

The process goes like this: the website invite users to submit material every month, organize a poll and at the end of the month, the writer with winning material will be awarded with cash. In case Amazon Studios pursue the making of the entry to a movie, the writer can get as much as $400,000.

To help Amazon decide which material is the best, the online merchant selected a board of judges which includes veteran screenwriters, former president of Miramax Studios and university professors.

Submission of entries begins on January 2011.

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