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Kingston Digital Ships 128GB Wi-Drive

Kingston Digital announced that it now offers a 128GB version of its Wi-Drive, which offers file sharing and pocket-sized portable storage for Wi-Fi enabled devices.

Amazon Expands NBCUniversal Streaming Agreement

Amazon.com announced that it has expanded its video streaming licensing agreement with NBCUniversal Cable & New Media Distribution.

Amazon Updates Cloud Player

Amazon.com announced that it has updated its Cloud Player audio service to include scan and match technology as well as other improvements.

Yamaha Launches BD-S673 and BD-S473 Blu-ray Players

Yamaha Corporation of America announced its new BD-S673 ($329.95) and BD-S473 ($229.95) Blu-ray Disc (BD) players.

Onkyo Expands AV Receiver Music Streaming Options

Onkyo USA announced that it has added streaming capabilities to the remote control apps for its 2012 line of AV receivers, as well as introduced a USB Bluetooth adaptor that provides similar capabilities through a hardware gateway.

Amazon Inks Streaming Agreement with Paramount

Amazon.com announced that it has signed a three-year streaming licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures.

Kingston Expands Wi-Drive Device Support

Kingston Digital announced a software update that enables browser support for the company’s Wi-Drive storage device.

Kingston Rolls Out Portable Flash Storage

Kingston Digital announced a number of portable flash storage products aimed at notebook, tablet and smartphone users.

Kindles Set the World on Fire

Amazon.com announced that it is pleased with the sales of its Kindle eBook readers over the Christmas holidays.

Amazon Kindles Selling Like Hot Cakes

Amazon.com announced that it is currently selling over one million Kindle devices per week.

Tablet Owners Rely on Wi-Fi Connections

The NPD Group announced it reckons that the majority of tablet owners in the U.S. rely on Wi-Fi rather than cellular connections.

Amazon’s Kindle is on Fire

IHS iSuppli announced it forecasts that Amazon will ship 3.9 million Kindle Fire tablets during the fourth quarter of 2011, which will surpass all other iPad rivals.

Kindle Opens Fire on iPad 2

Parks Associates announced its consumer research suggests that U.S. holiday shoppers are equally enamoured of Amazon’s Kindle Fire table and Apple’s iPad 2.

Kindle Fire Costs $201.70 to Produce

IHS iSuppli announced it reckons that Amazon’s Kindle Fire media tablet costs $201.70 to manufacture.

Netflix Redesigns Android Tablet Interface

Netflix, Inc. announced a redesigned interface for its video streaming service on Android-powered tablets.