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While Amazon's next tablet would be the centre of attention, the company could also take the opportunity to show off some new E-Ink Kindles. You know, the monochrome wotsits we actually have here in the UK. I'm hoping for a slimmer Kindle Touch, as the current version is a little chunkier than its non-touchscreen brethren, while a version that has a built-in reading light is also rumoured. Now is the time for Amazon to bring its dirt-cheap, Android-based Fire tablet to the UK. Well, actually, it should have arrived months ago to compete with the Nexus 7, but there you go.

Amazon rival Barnes and Noble meanwhile has recently said it would be bringing its own Nook gadgets to the UK, Jolly good, Do you think Amazon should release its tablets over here? What technology would you like to see in the next Fire? Tell me in the comments or on our Facebook wall, A follow-up to the Kindle Fire could be shown off in mere weeks, We may not have long to iphone xs max waterfall - gold wait before Amazon reveals its follow-up to the popular Kindle Fire, with the online book flogger sending out mysterious invites to an event on 6 September, our US colleagues at CNET News report..

This is a question that I address in this edition of Ask Maggie. I also clear up a lingering question about keeping your unlimited data plan if you're on Verizon Wireless. Why doesn't my Verizon Galaxy Nexus have Jelly Bean yet?. Dear Maggie, I bought a Galaxy Nexus from Verizon Wireless thinking that it would get the latest updates of Google Android software. So how come it is taking so long for Verizon to push out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update when the GSM version already got Jelly Bean earlier this summer? Is there anyway I could get the Jelly Bean update unofficially?.

Thanks, Rajiv, Dear Rajiv, You have every reason to be frustrated, The Nexus brand devices are the Google developer devices that are not only supposed to offer the best hardware, they're also supposed to offer developers access to the latest version of Android OS, The Nexus devices are free of any other software that could be layered onto a device from the phone manufacturer or carrier, This means that while other Samsung devices have TouchWiz software and HTC devices iphone xs max waterfall - gold have Sense, the Nexus brand devices offer the pure Google experience, which should make testing and implementing software upgrades faster..

But as you stated in your question, some versions of the Nexus are slow to get the latest updates. The latest version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was introduced at the end of June at Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco. In early July, other Nexus devices, including the unlocked version of the Galaxy Nexus smartphone got the update. But a month and a half later, the Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel versions of the Galaxy Nexus smartphone are still awaiting their upgrade. Meanwhile, there are rumors rumbling around that the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S3, introduced earlier this summer, may be getting Jelly Bean as soon as next week. Of course, the Galaxy S3 devices in the U.S. won't likely see the Jelly Bean update for some time. But the unlocked version in Europe could very easily have the updated software before some U.S. versions of the Galaxy Nexus, which was specifically designed for developers.