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The DX also is missing from the Kindle family lineup. The e-book reader's heave-ho comes about a week after Amazon cut its price to $299 from $379, according to blog site The eBook Reader. There's no indication from Amazon as to whether new supplies are on their way. But it's unlikely. The current DX is already more than two years old, and no refresh was mentioned last month when new models were unveiled. CNET contacted Amazon for comment and will update the story when we receive more information.

Amazon now lists four Kindle e-readers in its lineup: the $69 Kindle, the $139 Kindle with 3G and keyboard, the $119 Kindle Paperwhite, and the $179 Kindle Paperwhite with 3G, The retailer's tablet lineup features the $159 Kindle Fire, the $199 Kindle Fire HD, the $299 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD, and the $499 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD 8.9 with 4G, The e-book reader is still being sold through third parties man&wood iphone x wooden case - cappuccino but is no longer available directly from Amazon, Amazon seems to have pulled the plug on its Kindle DX..

If Amazon buys out Texas Instruments' mobile chip business, it would mark a dramatic shift for the e-retail giant. Amazon uses Texas Instruments' processors in its mobile devices, including the latest Kindle Fire HD. Barnes & Noble, one of its chief competitors, does, as well. It's not clear whether Amazon would continue to sell chips to competitors or use its own technology for itself. Texas Instruments announced last month during a conference call with investors that it was planning to sell its mobile processors division, saying that the market was not broad enough for its goals. During the second quarter, Texas Instruments announced revenue of $342 million in its wireless processor business, which includes open multimedia applications platform (OMAP) processors, as well as wireless-connectivity chips, and baseband products. In the prior year, revenue hit $558 million. The division lost $51 million during the second quarter.

Texas Instruments has buckled under pressure from ARM-based mobile chip makers, like Nvidia and Samsung, which have been able to attract more mobile vendors with their perceived better performance, Amazon has argued that the OMAP processors built into its Kindle devices are on par with today's top chips from Nvidia, As Texas Instruments looks man&wood iphone x wooden case - cappuccino to concede the mobile market, it has started to expand into other markets, including the automotive industry, In its second-quarter financials, Texas Instruments said that revenue generated through the automotive industry increased during the period..

CNET has contacted both Amazon and Texas Instruments for comment on the report. We will update this story when we have more information. (Via Engadget). Texas Instruments said recently that it plans to sell off its mobile chip business, and Amazon is one of its top customers. Amazon could be planning to acquire a mobile processor business, a new report claims. Texas Instruments and Amazon are currently engaged in "advanced talks" over the possibility of the Kindle maker acquiring Texas Instruments' mobile chip business, Israel-based news outlet Calcalist is reporting today (translate), citing sources. The news outlet didn't say how much Amazon hopes to pay in the sale.