Amazon backpedals, says Kindle Fire ads removable for $15 fee
| by Ramkumar Iyer |
Within two days of confirming that there was no way to opt out of advertisements on the new Kindle Fires, Amazon yesterday did an about-turn and said that it will, after all, provide users with an opt-out choice. All the new Kindle Fire tablets come with the “Special Offers” ads, which are displayed on the tablets’ lock screens and home screens.
Amazon eats its words. Will remove ads for $15
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