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Kindle Fire Hack: Run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

If you've got a Kindle Fire and have been waiting for the opportunity to to install a full-on version of Android, you may want to look into the newest hack that's just been released that allows you to install Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the Amazon tablet. Yep, you read that right - thanks to an early Ice Cream Sandwich port based on CyanogenMod 9 that was put together by JackpotClavin, you can turn your Kindle Fire into a real Android tablet, with some caveats, as you'd probably expect.

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Amazon Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Fire wrap-up

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Handhelds, Hot Deals, Software

Amazon Kindle, Touch, Fire

Today Amazon announced a slew of new Kindle hardware, and we covered it all extensively. We wanted to make sure you knew where to find the details on each new device, as well as how to order (or pre-order, depending on the device you want) the new goods as well. Here's what went down today:

Amazon Kindle Fire
Announcement: Kindle Fire: Amazon's $199 tablet e-reader
Pre-order: $199 at Amazon, ships November 15th

Amazon Kindle Touch
Announcement: Amazon Kindle Touch: Multi-touch, 3G, $99
Pre-order: $99 at Amazon, ships November 21st

Amazon Kindle
Announcement: Amazon launches new $79 Kindle
Order: $79 at Amazon, available now

In addition to all that new hardware, the company also announced its new Amazon Silk web browser.


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