Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Amazon's Android-based tablet is said to be launching in October, with an all-new touchscreen Kindle alongside of it. Did a Microsoft employee accidentally out Windows Phone Mango's launch date - September - by way of a tweet promoting a contest? Spotify, the beloved European streaming music service, finally launched in the U.S., while Netflix raised the prices on their video services. And all kinds of new phones launched this week!
Rumor Roundup is a show taking a look at the latest trends, rumors, and leaks buzzing around the technology industry hosted by Noah Kravitz - a well-known and respected tech editor who's been involved in the industry for years. Not only does Noah deliver the news in full force, but he also provides his analytical thoughts and insight leaving one wondering of what lies ahead in the world of tech.
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The long-rumored Amazon tablet is coming this October, according to the latest round of rumors this week. Built atop a custom version of Android OS, the tablet will likely feature a 9" touchscreen, a relatively low cost, and integration with Amazon's books, music, and tv/movies services. Look for it to launch next to an all-new, touchscreen-based Kindle.
A Microsoft representative may have accidentally outed September as the launch date for the next version of Windows Phone 7 and a batch of new phones that run the OS, which is code named "Mango."
Running Netflix can't be cheap - they account for most of the Internet traffic in North America, for Heaven's sake. So it had to happen, and this week it did: Netflix raised its prices.
Why is another tech blogger miffed at AllThingsD? This week it's a dude from TechCrunch ... no, not that dude.
So many mobile devices launched or hit stores this week - which one's in the box that just arrived to Noah's office?