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Amazon's New Kindle Product Sounds Like Kind Of A Big Deal

Posted at 7:00AM Friday 17 Jan 2014

Amazon is running an event for prospective employees in Boston and its invitation hints at something pretty big.

The Boston Globe, among others, reports that the company says the secret project it is recruiting for is "bigger than Kindle" - which, we assume, does not mean in specs and dimensions.

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