Can the Kindle Fire 2 Challenge Apple?

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Today, Andrew discusses Amazon.com (NAS: AMZN) , which recently announced the release of its Kindle Fire 2. Everything about the move makes sense to Andrew, and he believes the online retail store can challenge companies such as Apple within the mini-tablet market. The improvements should look slick across the board, and the upcoming launch should prepare Amazon nicely for retailer's fourth-quarter boom.

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