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Book seller Barnes and Noble is taking it on the chin today in terms of its stock price as Amazon reveals its new Kindle eReaders and the new Kindle Fire tablet.
Along with the Amazon Kindle Fire, Amazon have also announced the brand new touchscreen and e-Ink Kindle Touch for $99, and the new $79 Kindle that will be 18% smaller than the Kindle 3.