Amazon.com is shopping around for manufacturers to build its phone, which illustrates a trend consistent with the recent blurring of lines between hardware and software companies. Foolish tech analyst Eric Bleeker thinks an Amazon phone will fail because it cannot leverage the customer base of Amazon.com and because Amazon lacks the advantages it had when releasing the Kindle.
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