’s online name diversion with Kindle Fire and Silk

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos hopes Kindle Fire will take marketplace share from a iPad. (Portfolio/J.D. Harrison)

Amazon’s large dash with a new Kindle Fire inscription and Silk browser has been accompanied by a large domain name buy for a Seattle e-commerce giant.

Amazon has purebred some-more than 500 domain names associated to Fire and Silk, according to Fusible, that reports a registrations are by MarkMonitor, a code insurance company. Some of a names embody, and

Some of a domain names like advise that Amazon has destiny skeleton for a Fire and Silk that could tie into a company’s sell endeavors.


Amazon debuted 3 new Kindles so distant this morning, including a Kindle Fire, to contest with Apple’s iPad.

The Fire incorporates a new kind of separate browser, called Amazon Silk, that partially lives in Amazon’s EC2 cloud and partially lives in a Kindle Fire, says Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Amazon Silk will take advantage of a “incredible computational equine energy of EC2” to speed adult Web browsing, a plea for many mobile devices.

The Kindle Fire will boat on Nov. 15.

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