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Amazon Announces That Its Kindle Fire HD 8.9” Ships Today!

Please note: If you’re looking for a comparison of features on all Kindles now on the market, here’s one from Amazon:  http://amzn.to/QIUfVS

Here’s the guts of today’s news release from Amazon:

Kindle Fire HD 8.9” ships today—features a stunning 1920×1200 HD display with 254 ppi, exclusive Dolby audio, a powerful processor and graphics engine and dual antenna, dual-band Wi-Fi with MIMO—just $299

The top-of-the-line Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G ships next week—comes with the groundbreaking 4G LTE data package, just $49.99 for the first year

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 15, 2012– (NASDAQ:AMZN)—Amazon today announced that Kindle Fire HD 8.9”—the large-screen version of Amazon’s best-selling HD tablet—ships today, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Customers can order their Kindle Fire HD 8.9” at www.amazon.com/kindlefirehd for $299. Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is also available at Best Buy starting tomorrow as well as additional retailers like Staples and Radio Shack in the coming weeks. Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G will ship next week.

“Kindle Fire HD has been Amazon’s best-selling product worldwide since launch, and that was before we even started shipping the best tablet we’ve ever built,” said Dave Limp, Vice President, Amazon Kindle. “With the holiday season upon us, we’re excited to make our $299 Kindle Fire HD 8.9” available early—we think customers are going to love web browsing, email, gaming, watching TV shows, reading magazines, and more on the large, stunning HD screen, with fast Wi-Fi and exceptional audio.”

Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is the top-of-the-line Kindle Fire. Features include:

  • A vibrant 8.9”, 1920×1200 resolution display at 254 ppi.
  • Dual antenna, dual-band Wi-Fi with MIMO technology for faster streaming and downloads.
  • The latest generation TI OMAP 4470 processor and Imagination SGX544 graphics engine capable of over 12 billion floating point operations per second.
  • Dual stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus audio—the standard in high-end audio—available exclusively on Kindle Fire HD.
  • Exceptional battery life—Kindle Fire HD 8.9” gets 10 hours of battery life.
  • Front-facing HD camera for taking photos or making video calls, including a custom Skype application for free video calling from around the world.
  • New Amazon-exclusive features like X-Ray for Movies, X-Ray for Textbooks, Immersion Reading, Whispersync for Voice and Whispersync for Games.
  • Kindle FreeTime, a free, personalized tablet experience just for kids and exclusively available on Kindle Fire. Parents can set daily screen limits and give access to appropriate content for each child.
  • World’s best content ecosystem—over 22 million movies, TV shows, songs, apps, games, books, audiobooks and magazines.
  • “Buy Once, Enjoy Everywhere” with Amazon apps available on the largest number of platforms so customers can use their Amazon content on any of their devices.
  • Amazon’s top-rated, world-class customer service.

The new Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G, with groundbreaking 4G LTE data package, starts at $499 and will begin shipping on November 20. Amazon worked closely with AT&T to offer the most affordable 4G tablet data package. The 12-session AT&T 4G data package includes 250MB a session of data, a $10 Amazon Appstore for Android credit and 20GB of Amazon CloudDrive, all for a one-time payment of only $49.99. There are no monthly fees or annual contracts. The $49.99 package is only available for the first year of service. Customers can also choose to upgrade to 3GB or 5GB data plans from AT&T directly from the device. Kindle Fire HD 8.9” features the latest 4G LTE technology for ultra-fast mobile broadband, letting customers connect to the internet, stream, and download at speeds even faster than Wi-Fi. Unlike some 4G devices, Kindle Fire HD includes support for 10 bands, so even when a customer is in a place with no 4G LTE network they’ll fall back to the fastest available network and won’t lose coverage. All this with no compromises to battery or weight – Kindle Fire HD combines the most power-efficient LTE chipset available with a custom-designed 4G wireless modem that’s only 2.2 mm thin.

Customers can learn more and order at www.amazon.com/kindlefirehd. Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is also available at Best Buy starting tomorrow and will also be available at additional retailers like Staples and Radio Shack in the coming weeks.

Just in Time for the Holidays, You Could Win a Brand New 7″ Kindle Fire HD in Our Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Sweepstakes, sponsored by Author Sreejit Poole, Author of Of Mind or Matter – Entries Close at Midnight November 18, 2012!

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Of Mind or Matter

by Sreejit Poole
4.6 stars – 7 Reviews
Or currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members Via the Kindle Lending Library
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Overcome by the weight of his own failure to live up to the world’s standard of success, to the point where he no longer cares about his own life, Ballard Davies decides that there is only one solution. He gets in his car and drives. He drives away from everything and everyone that he knows, in an effort to just start over. He doesn’t care where he’s headed; he just wants another chance to get it right. What he finds is beyond his imagination, as he befriends an exciting and eccentric cast of characters. From the divinely inspired to the rationalistic blowhards, everything is suddenly new for him. But there is one problem. He still cannot escape himself. What will it take for Ballard to overcome his own self-imposed limitations and live the adventure he feels he deserves? This is the journey he now travels, down a path where truth, love, desperation, honor, the forgiving and the righteous, the mystics and the scientists all battle for the chance to be given the foremost spot in the realm of his mind. Will the pain of loneliness and separation prevail, or will Ballard find something to live for?

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Announcing a Brand New Winner in Our Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Sweepstakes! Plus, Still Time to Enter Here by November 11 to Win a Brand New 7″ Kindle Fire HD, sponsored by Oliver Chiapco, author of The Final Race

Well, here we go again!
We’ve still got over 48 hours left in this week’s Kindle Fire giveaway sweepstakes – right here at http://kindlenationdaily.com/2012/11/announcing-a-brand-new-winner-in-our-kindle-fire-hd-giveaway-sweepstakes/ — and while we’re at it, we have good news for Cindy Breckenridge of Benton, Arkansas! Cindy is our brand new winner of last week’s sweepstakes, which closed at midnight Sunday night! We’ll be arranging for Amazon to ship her a brand new Kindle Fire HD, valued at $199, as soon as we receive her shipping address confirmation!
And here’s the scoop on this week’s sweepstakes, which runs until midnight Nov. 11 … and of course, good luck to ALL!

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The Final Race

by Oliver Chiapco
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:


In a warming world, the stage is set for malevolent storms, deadly diseases, and human conflict. As the death toll rises and vital resources thin out, bigotry rears its ugly horns and racial tension ignites. When life-saving drugs run out and hospital morgues turn into mass graves, Dr. Jamal Jackson hatches a contentious plan: unleash a beast to kill another beast—extinguish the plague with a genetic anomaly that he, ironically, had long since vowed to purge from the face of the earth. Then it occurs to him. The very race that history had once condemned could very well be the most resilient of all—and the very gene that he had so reviled could be the very cure that could save all.

Based on contemporary science and historical accounts, The Final Race explores the complex interconnections between race and racism, sickle cell disease, malaria, and climate change.

Inspired by true events, the novel sharply echoes:
The roots of white supremacy
The tragedy of African slavery
The ravages of sickle cell disease–a racial affliction
The curse of malaria and the paradox of the sickle gene
The perils of climate change and global spread of disease
The irony of segregation in light of human evolution

The first book to weave together such an ensemble of incisive issues, The Final Race serves as an educational resource for everyone in the national and international stage.

Infused with real-life human drama and deeply imbued with several pieces of American history, from Abraham Lincoln to Martin Luther King, Jr. to Barack Obama, The Final Race offers a different vantage point that hopes to inspire readers to better understand the world that we live in and the fact that every person, regardless of race or creed, is so much more than the color of his or her skin. Peace on earth.

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Amazon’s New “FreeTime” Parental Controls for the Kindle Fire: Potentially Very Cool, But Right Now? Not Quite Ready for Prime Time

By April Hamilton and Steve Windwalker

(Editor’s Note: For articles like this one on Kindle Fire features, content, tips, and tricks, please check out our Kindle Fire at Kindle Nation Daily sites on the web and on Facebook.)

Amazon is in the process of rolling out a potentially very cool new set of features that they are calling FreeTime, and as is so often the case with 1.0 versions of new functionality, we have good news and bad news.

First, we’re excited about the things that we expect FreeTime will allow us to do in — we hope — the not too distant future.

  • Set up separate user accounts, or “profiles”, for each child
  • Add specific, permissible content to each profile: anything you don’t add, they can’t see or access
  • Set daily maximum usage time limits, and/or time limits according to content type
  • Changes you make in FreeTime on one Kindle Fire in your household are automatically “pushed” to all other Kindle Fires registered to your Amazon account
  • Each child can set up and maintain her own “Favorites” sub-menu
  • Enjoy some free, kid-friendly apps and picture books that come pre-loaded with FreeTime
  • For out of the box thinkers, FreeTime will also enable an unintentional Collections solution for the Kindle Fire: set up a separate profile for each collection you wish to create, then add the items you want to each profile/collection!

As you can see, there’s a lot here that will make the Kindle Fire models even more family-friendly — and education-friendly — than they are already.

But the bad news is that they are a little further from nailing all of this than we’d like to see with a set of features that somebody on the Kindle team has apparently — and we think prematurely — labeled as “ready for prime time.” Just in case Amazon is looking for suggestions here, we’d suggest the following areas that deserve a “Needs Improvement” grade on our FreeTime report card:

  • When launching a profile, most of the time it launches and displays the correct carousel/menu of items that were added for that profile. But about 30% of the time, the first tap says it’s loading the profile, then nothing happens, and a second tap loads the full, normal carousel/menu, providing access to ALL content.
  • When the above happens, sometimes it stays on the full carousel/menu, other times it suddenly switches to the selected profile after opening some piece of content or other.
  • FreeTime profile carousel changes aren’t reliably pushed to the other Kindle Fires registered to the same Amazon account, as they should be: some changes “take”, and others don’t, and there’s no discernable pattern.
  • The FreeTime app only allows Books, Videos and Apps as content/access types – no photos, audiobooks, web, etc., yet the Favorites star icon/menu is there and it instructs the user to “drag favorite videos, websites, apps, photos…” to the Favorites tab to store them there. The Favorites instruction text should be updated to reflect only the content types that are allowed in FreeTime.
  • It’s unclear whether or not Audiobooks and Photos are supposed to be available content types in FreeTime, but they should be. The lack of Audiobook content is especially disappointing, since it means Immersive Reading and Whispersync for Voice aren’t available from within FreeTime. The Immersive Reading feature in particular would be a very good thing to provide for kids.
  • The FreeTime app prompts for the Parental Controls password for each sub-menu item, even after you’re in the FreeTime Parents’ Menu area; it’s unclear if this is by design, but if it is, it’s a poor design choice because it’s very irritating. You have to enter the password just to get into the Parents’ Menu, so once you’re there it seems you shouldn’t have to enter the password again.
  • In the Parents’ Menu there’s a “More” item that opens up the Fire’s regular Parental Controls menu, but once you’re there, there’s no ‘back’ arrow to return to the Parents’ Menu in FreeTime, there’s just a Home menu icon. Again, we don’t know if this is a bug or purposeful design choice, but it’s confusing and irritating.
  • FreeTime automatically installs a couple of apps and several books, all of which are kid-friendly but all of which are also designed for very young kids. Sfter setting up a profile for a child older than eight or so and handing the Fire off to him, he’d be horrified to find Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes and a collection of picture books have automatically been added to his carousel.

These items can be removed from his carousel, but still show up in his book and app collections. You can’t remove them for one profile and still leave them for another. Also, even after you remove them from a given profile’s carousel, they show up there again sporadically from time to time.

In conclusion, while we’re excited about FreeTime’s potential for providing parental controls and Collections functionality, we’re a little disappointed in the initial rollout. We’re looking forward to the next release though, and will be sure to post about it here, to keep our readers in the loop!

Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Sweepstakes – Enter Here by October 28 to Win a Brand New 7″ Kindle Fire HD, sponsored by Harambee K. Grey-Sun, author of Broken Angels

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Broken Angels (Eve of Light, Book 1)

by Harambee Grey-Sun
A speculative thriller woven with cosmic Lovecraftian weirdness, Broken Angels is the first book in a Metaphysical Fantasy series entitled Eve of Light.  Metaphysical Fantasy is a subgenre that mixes action & adventure with philosophy & theology.  Think Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, but with an urban fantasy setting and geared toward mature readers (age 16 and older).
Broken Angels

Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Still grieving years after the butchery of his pregnant mother and kidnapping of his premature brother, Robert Goldner was just seventeen when he contracted the White Fire Virus. He prayed for the excruciating death most victims experience shortly after acquiring the STD. Instead he was cursed to live on, slowly dying, ridden with billions of parasites, and possessing a bizarre but limited ability to manipulate photons, the basic units of light.At age twenty, Robert still considers himself damned and confused, not the least because more and more surviving virus-carriers are calling themselves “angels”– God-blessed beings of light–his licentious partner Darryl Ridley being a prime example. But Robert attempts to shove the irritating mystery of it all to the gutters of his mind as he focuses on his mission as a Watcher agent, locating and recovering missing children in the Washington, D.C. area.When Robert and Darryl receive a hot tip on the location of a virus-infected girl who disappeared shortly after attempting to massacre half her high school, they prepare to chalk up another success. But when they instead find the girl’s best friend from school, beaten nearly to death, they become entwined in a conspiracy involving magick, bizarre creatures, fantastic realms beyond space and time, and even the death of God.Can two dying angels do anything to prevent the Apocalypse?

Each week’s Kindle Fire HD giveaway sweepstakes is sponsored by one paid title. We encourage you to support our sponsors and thank you for considering them.

(This is a sponsored post.)

Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Sweepstakes – Enter Here by October 21 to Win a Brand New 7″ Kindle Fire HD, sponsored by Kay Corcoran George, author of Doctor Snake

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Doctor Snake

by Kay Corcoran George
5.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

Here’s the set-up:

In a dark future where resources are scarce and pregnancy is heavily taxed, pediatric surgeon Eric Winslow has performed an illegal surgery to save a child’s life. Forced to take the identity of a singer, Snake, he is driven to continue his care for children, and is soon arrested by officer Jerome Running Crane. But events come full circle when Running Crane and his sister find that Snake’s passion to heal can save their dreams and their Assiniboine native bloodline.

Each week’s Kindle Fire HD giveaway sweepstakes is sponsored by one paid title. We encourage you to support our sponsors and thank you for considering them.

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Mailbag: Answering Your Questions About The Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD

We’re happy to share this post from another in the Kindle Nation Daily family of sites, Kindle Fire on Kindle Nation Daily, where you can find all things Kindle Fire, every day!

We’ve been getting some questions about the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD on our Facebook page and via email. Keep ’em coming, we’re here to serve!

Q: Do I have to pay for a monthly data plan to use the internet features of my Kindle Fire or Kindle Fire HD?

A: No. So long as you’re within range of a wifi network, you can get connected to the internet, email, and other online features of your Kindle Fire / Kindle Fire HD. This means you can use your home network or use free, public wifi hotspots, such as they have at airports, Starbucks, Panera Bread stores, and many other public, retail outlets. Many public libraries now offer free wifi also.

Q. If connectivity is free via wifi for the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD, why would anyone opt for the 4G model with a monthly, paid data plan?

A. The advantage of the 4G connectivity is that you have a connection anywhere you’d have a connection with a cell phone (on ATT&T’s network, which is the current service provider for the Kindle Fire HD 4G). No need to hunt for wifi hot spots, or carry a wifi hotspot device with you.

While the monthly data charges may not be worth paying for the many Fire owners who don’t really need more or less constant connectivity, for people who use their Fire HD as a laptop alternative for business purposes, that level of availability for email, online maps, Skype video calling and the like can be critical. It may also be worthwhile for people who travel frequently, and often find themselves in locations without free wifi.

Q. I heard the new Fire HD has a glare filter built into the screen, but I’m still seeing screen protectors offered for sale on Amazon. What gives?

A. It’s true that the new Fire HD models all have a built-in glare filter fused right to the screen glass, so there’s no need to buy and apply any exterior glare filter film. The protective screen films you may be seeing offered for sale on Amazon and elsewhere are intended to protect the screen from fingerprints and scratches. However, given that glare is so dramatically reduced by the built-in filter, that you’re probably using a protective outer case or cover for your Fire HD already, and the screen is easily kept clean with any cleanser designed for use with eyeglasses or electronic equipment (don’t use window cleaner, which can have harsh ammonia in it), application of a protective film isn’t really necessary. In fact, it may noticeably degrade the quality of the HD display by muting colors and dulling the edges of crisp lines in the images or videos on display.

Amazon’s engineers put a lot of thought and effort into creating a screen that wouldn’t need any exterior, protective or anti-glare film, so it’s probably best to skip it.

Q. If a Kindle book is labeled as having the ‘Whispersync for Voice’ feature, does that mean that when I buy it, I’ll be getting both the Kindle book and the Audible audiobook?

A. No, it just means that after buying the Kindle book, you can also buy the associated Audible audiobook at a discounted price to take advantage of the Whispersync for Voice feature. We did a video post on the subject of all the ways your Kindle Fire can read to you, and it includes a demonstration of Whispersync for Voice. Click here to view it.

Q. I heard that the new Kindle Fire HD doesn’t come with a charger. Is that true?

A. The KFHD does not come with an A/C wall charger, though it does come with a USB 2.0 cable, which enables you to charge the KFHD by connecting it to a USB 2.0 port on your computer. Note that a USB 1.0 port will not provide charging capability.

Also note that if you own a first-generation Kindle Fire, the wall charger that came with that device will work for charging a KFHD. There’s also an optional, separate speed-charger available to buy from Amazon, currently priced at $9.99, and it’s been a popular buy among KFHD owners: the Amazon Kindle PowerFast for Accelerated Charging.

Q. The new Kindle Fire HD has a built-in camera and microphone; what can you do with them?

A. At present, these features are really only intended for use with the Skype video chat application. Even though, theoretically, you could use the camera like any other digital camera on a portable device (like a smartphone), since it’s a front-facing camera, you wouldn’t be able to see what you’re photographing. There may be other apps offered in the future that make use of the built-in webcam and microphone.

Q. If you buy shows/movies through the Amazon video service, do you have to store them on the device, or can they be downloaded for a time and then stored back in the Cloud?

A. You don’t have to store your video purchases or rentals on the device, they’re stored in Amazon’s cloud by default and at no extra charge to you. Here’s a post we ran recently, all about managing your Instant Video library.

Q. I’m thinking about switching from another ereader brand to a Kindle Fire HD. Will I be able to transfer the ebooks I already bought for my other reader?

A. Anything you purchased that has Digital Rights Management, a kind of software key that ensures you can only open the file on a specific device, will not be readable on your new Fire. This will probably be the case for ebooks you’ve bought from vendors like Sony and Barnes and Noble. However, anything without DRM probably is going to open and work just fine on a Kindle Fire HD.

The Kindle Fire HD can read or play all of these formats: Kindle (AZW), TXT, PDF, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively, Audible Enhanced format (AAX), DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, PCM/WAVE, OGG, WAV, MP4, AAC LC/LTP, HE-AACv1, HE-AACv2, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, HTML5, CSS3, MP4, 3GP, VP8(.webm)

Q. Can the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD play podcasts?

A. Absolutely, so long as the podcasts are either obtained through Amazon or else don’t have DRM, the Fire and Fire HD’s built-in audio player can play your podcasts. Any you get from Amazon will likely show up in the ‘Music’ or ‘Apps’ tab, and others should be accessible in the ‘Gallery’ tab on a Kindle Fire, or the ‘Music’, ‘Apps’ or ‘Audiobooks’ tab on a Kindle Fire HD.

If you frequently listen to podcasts, you may find it’s easier to download and access them all through a centralized app, such as the BeyondPod Podcast Manager (4/5 stars, currently FREE to try for 7 days, $6.99 to buy an unlock key that preserves the full features of the app beyond the 7-day trial). From Amazon:

BeyondPod Podcast Manager is a full-featured podcast manager and RSS feed reader. Subscribe to RSS/Atom feeds, download, and listen to or watch podcasts directly on your device. Features Google Reader integration, flexible download scheduler, and much more.

The sophisticated download engine gives you complete control of how many podcasts to download and how long to keep old versions. It downloads new content in the background, saving you time. Update a single feed, feeds in a given category (defined by you), or all of them. Nothing is downloaded without your knowledge. Schedule downloads, or set them to wait for a Wi-Fi connection, or when the phone is charging.

BeyondPod also tracks which ones you’ve listened to, and supports auto-deletion at the end of playback to save space. Its Smart Playlists automatically generate playlists based on your listening preferences. The Home Screen Widget gives you one button access to the wide array of features. Integrated with Google Reader for easy use of your subscriptions. Search for feeds, or import them from popular directories, Google Reader, or external OPML files. Import any local audio files and make them playable on BeyondPod.

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