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Amazon's new Fire phone uses tweaks to the Android operating system and some innovative features to set it apart from smartphones ...
from the likes of Apple and Samsung. (July 22)
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AP Television - AP Television Clients OnlyNew York, July 21, 20141. SOUNDBITE(English) Nick Jesdanun, AP Technology Writer:++ NOTE - Soundbite partially covered with b-roll of Amazon Fire ++ "This Thursday the highly anticipated Amazon Fire phone comes out. I've had a chance to review it over the past couple of days and I found some very innovative things about it. What Amazon has actually done is sort of taken what is already out there and rethought how phones ought to work. One of the features on it is Firefly, which uses a camera to scan items and give you more information about it. There we go, it looks like it recognized it (Lady Gaga CD) as Artpop which is what it is. It looks like I can buy it through Amazon, the whole album as an MP3 for $5.99. There are couple of apps that have enabled this feature. So here, iHeartRadio is letting me create a Lady Gaga radio station just from this app so I can listen to Lady Gaga music all day if I wish. Right here is the Maps app, I just did a general search for Boston. Let's say I'm going to travel there and want to find places to eat I can just look up Mexican restaurants. What Amazon does is it offers, it uses the technology built in to the phone to let you pop up those items just from tilt. Unfortunately, for now, the phone is limited in its usefulness. Even though it's Android, app developers need to adapt and make some tweaks to their apps to make it work. And even if an app works on the Kindle tablet it's not necessarily going to work on the fire phone."