September 29, 2011

Amazon's Silk Browser Raises Privacy Concerns

C. Wisniewski, Naked Security


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Amazon announced the newest addition to their Kindle line today named Fire. The Fire is a tablet based on the Android software stack with a customized Amazon interface layered over the top.

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