Amazon is preparing an update for its recently released debut Android tablet, the Kindle Fire, that will bring performance updates to the device. According to Dieter Bohn of The Verge, a tipster to the site hinted that one such update will improve the performance of the Silk browser on the Kindle Fire, which was highly hyped in being able to load web pages faster than Google’s browser but thus far Amazon has not been able to deliver on those claims. The update will allow the Kindle Fire to deliver web pages faster in its Silk browser thanks to server-side rendering.
To address some issues of privacy and its custom UI overlay on top of Android Gingerbread, Amazon will also allow users to edit the carousel of recently viewed items on the device’s home screen.
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