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The unit price is pegged as between $100-200 (roughly £61-123), meaning that if it's real, Amazon's own-brand blower could be extremely cheap. Cheap traditionally means a lack of power or boring hardware when it comes to smart phones, but Google's £239 Nexus 4 proves that manufacturers are willing to sell high-end devices at prices that won't melt your credit cards. Amazon has form when it comes to cheap gadgets, with the £159 Kindle Fire HD being one of the cheapest tablets money can buy. The high-street-destroying site can afford to sell gadgets at cut-down prices, because it makes its money from selling books, videos and other downloadable goodies once you've acquired the hardware itself. Google has a similar strategy with its Nexus 7 tablet.

The Kindle Fire tablets run on a highly-modified version of Android that's basic, but easy to use, It would be interesting to see whether that same interface could translate to a smart phone, Amazon hasn't confirmed that it's making a mobile, so take any rumours with a fistful of salt until you hear something official, If Amazon did make a smart phone though, would you use it? And how much would you be willing to pay? Let me know in the comments, or journal case for apple iphone x - cognac on our Facebook wall, Rumours are swirling that Amazon will follow up its tablet success with a dirt-cheap mobile..

If you've heard about the update and are gazing, brow furrowed at your older iPhone or iPad, don't be alarmed as it appears that Apple is making this update available only for its newest two gadgets. That's an unusual move, but Apple's support page does indeed list just the iPad mini and iPhone 5 in the 'system requirements' section. The description says the update, which is available over-the-air, "Fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi", as well as a containing other improvements. There are no major new features in this update, however, so there's no reason to get too over-excited.

It's early days yet, but if you've been experiencing Wi-Fi wobbles on your journal case for apple iphone x - cognac iPhone or iPad, let me know if this update makes anything better in the comments, or on our Facebook wall, Techcrunch reports that some customers are struggling to access the update over the air, in which case you could try plugging your iOS device into your computer and installing the update via iTunes, iOS 6 has seen a mixed reception, offering minor improvements over last year's software including Facebook integration and improved voice search through Siri, but letting customers down with a shonky Maps app..

But the reality is very different, and moving quickly. Yes, smartphones and tablets dominate the landscape -- for now. And these devices have already begun to pave the way toward a remarkable future. Already, you can use a phone or tablet to control the temperature in your house, call a taxi that already knows your location, video chat with anyone in the world, lock or unlock the door of your house, start your car, augment reality, or access nearly all the world's information in seconds. What comes next? All that and more. According to Cisco, 1 trillion devices will be connected to the Internet in 2013. As SmartThings CTO Jeff Hagins put it during a recent presentation at Le Web in Paris, "the entire world is becoming programmable." It's a trend that has the potential to do nothing less than "change almost everything," according to Forbes.

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