Silk Browser On The Kindle Fire Explained (VIDEO)

by Harold Williams on
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We’ve gotten some great news on the Amazon Kindle Fire today including its Silk browser. What is it exactly you ask? Well basically, the browser will share a web page’s loading workload between the Kindle device itself and servers out in the cloud. Sounds pretty cool right? Check out the video above for full details on how this works. At $199 launching on Nov. 15th, the Kindle Fire is a sure holiday season winner that’s for sure. Hit us up with your thoughts.

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  • Anon

    Opera has been doing this for years…

  • Masta

    Wow, they reinvented the Opera Mini! That’s innovative :)