No matter how inexpensive Amazon.com makes its Kindle Fire tablet, it's no good to you if it doesn't do what you want.
In this blog post, I'm rounding up all the questions I've received from CNET readers about the Kindle Fire and answering them to the best of my knowledge. If you see something we missed, be sure to keep the conversation going in the comments section.
Should I be worried about how the Kindle's Silk Browser uses my data?
Not particularly. Amazon insists that all of the information it processes to make Silk … Read more