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android

 [an´droid]
resembling a human being.

an·dro·mor·phous

(an-drō-mōr'fŭs),
Having a male form or habitus.
Synonym(s): android
[andro- + G. morphē, form]

android

/an·droid/ (an´droid) resembling a man.

android

Etymology: Gk, andros + eidos, form
pertaining to something that is typically masculine, or manlike, such as an android pelvis.

android

1. A non-biological organism having human characteristics. A synthetic person or humanoid robot.
2. Man-like, male-like, as of the pelvis. Compare gynaecoid.

android

resembling a human being.
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There is no slot for memory expansion on the Kindle Fire HD 7, and the ports and hardware keys are spread across the side spines.
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Although both devices feature a Netflix app and can easily play your music collection, the Kindle Fire taps into your Amazon account, streaming any music you've uploaded on to your Amazon Cloud Drive.
When combined with our enormous content ecosystem, unmatched cross-platform interoperability and standard-setting customer service, we hope people will agree that Kindle Fire HD is the best high-end tablet anywhere, at any price.
Industry analyst Jeff Kagan said Kindle Fire "is bigger, stronger and better than before and will compete more directly with the big guys on the playing field.
Industry sources said that Quanta had delivered the some two million second-generation Kindle Fire tablets in August in the first batch, which are thinner and lighter than first-generation, and are equipped with camera and upgraded display.
Four new Amazon Kindle Fire tablets are also set to go into production in August or later this year, according to an NPD DisplaySearch analyst who cites unnamed components suppliers.
Summary: Google will sell a small tablet computer bearing its brand in a challenge to Amazon's Kindle Fire.
The low price of the Kindle Fire (just $199) and its release during the holiday season have led to brisk sales and widespread adoption.
Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) has announced that it has launched an application exclusively meant for the Amazon Kindle Fire e-book reader.
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Without breaking out specific numbers, Amazon said the Kindle Fire tablet has been the e-tailer's top-selling product since it was introduced in late September.