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Amazon about to start a new Fire Video Transcript
I'm here to help you manage chronic GNO gadget news overload. I'm Bridget Carey and this is your CNET -- Looks like new Kindle is -- in an Amazon sends out -- notice that on September 6. It will hold an announcement in Santa Monica California we're expecting to hear about a new Kindle fire with that camera now and volume control buttons and it could have a better display but there are many more upcoming announcements as -- as Amazon. Folks where an iPhone anticipation that -- you know what that means every gadget makers rushing it the year is out but for the iPhone -- -- all the media glory. So we got Samsung in Berlin on Wednesday they'll likely show up the galaxy note to Smartphone also on a day -- will be in New York showing off its. New TVs tablets Nokia and Microsoft they're holding an event in New York on September 5 to talk about new -- -- pounds. That -- evening Motorola will be showing up and you write and -- probably enjoyed -- HD Nokia world was also going on that day but it was originally scheduled to be late September but they pushed it -- of course. And Apple may finally talk about the next iPhone on the twelfth but the next day Nintendo have a Wii U event in New York where I bet we'll hear more about -- the system will go on sale. Yes -- not to keep you on your news. Kodak is -- on its traditional film business. It's that make Kodak brand everyone knows. But your -- from Chapter Eleven bankruptcy codec have to reorganize it to be selling all things related to developing photos like photo paper cameras. And equipment that -- souvenir photos -- -- parks that means on the consumer products Kodak we'll just being mean you'll find on inkjet printers. He if you subscribe to Amazon prime just got more instant video options. Amazon expanded its licensing deal with NBC universal to offer more shows like parks and recreation heroes and Battlestar Galactica. Got a few apps for you to keep your eye on first FaceBook apps haven't updated for IOS app loads information faster and has a few more photo viewing options. Android users can now create events from the app upload -- faster and at an instant messages. There's also a new TV guide app for Apple devices that try to be a guide for both cable subscribers. -- people who cut the cord. If you search for show the -- every instance of that show in TV listings streaming services like Hulu plus -- crackle. And if it's available on demand from cable now won't search through Netflix or Amazon video but apparently more -- -- will be out in the coming weeks. That -- his -- that -- today you can find more details about all these stories at the blog cnet.com slash update from our studios in New York -- here. I.
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