Steve Jobs, Jim Sinegal, and How to Live Large In Lean Times

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  • Report this Comment On September 03, 2011, at 5:01 PM, foolindeed1 wrote:

    Nook Color tablet/ereader from Barnes & Noble has been on the market for a year and sold millions of them at $250. Gives Flash, apps, videos, web, and the best anti-glare coated screen on the market. Amazon finally decided to catch up with the book store company.

  • Report this Comment On September 04, 2011, at 1:26 PM, spectechinvest wrote:

    What if Amazon's new tablet is actually designed to be a device not intended to compete directly with the iPad.

    But actually be a virtual portal into its amazon store. With a user interface that actually acts as having an amazon store sitting on your coffee table so that every time you think of running to the store you just check the amazon tablet store first?

    for more on this thought... http://thespeculativetechinvestor.blogspot.com/2011/08/amazo...

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