Two new domains have been bought up by Amazon today. KindleScribe.com and KindleScribes.com suggest something with a touchscreen, but what? Our first guess is always the Amazon tablet we’ve been hearing so much about, but it could also be a new Kindle eReader (which could also be Android-based). The name Scribe suggests one will be able to “write” or take notes on it with a pen or with just a finger. Interesting I’d say, but nothing else exists to back the theory up. Just speculation until Amazon decides to fess up and announce whatever they’ve got up their sleeves. [Fusible]
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