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Podcast Last weekend Greg Knieremen took to The Reg to express his dismay at Amazon's lack of Google loving with the Kindle Fire. He was torched by the readers (see the comments on the story).

Undeterred, Greg returns to the fray on Nekkid Tech, co-hosted on The Reg

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Guests this week are Chris Fricke, senior IT admin - Clackamas County, Oregon , Ed Saipetch, Sr. technical director for the Americas for Joyent and Gina Minks, storage evangelist at Dell.

  • Open letter to Jeff Bezos ... and the backlash
  • Review of the Kindle Fire
  • Who controls your user experience and who cares
  • Video quality on the Kindle Fire
  • Amazon Prime and Amazon content
  • Is there room for more players in the Android ecosystem?
  • Beaujolais Nouveau Day
  • Cloud Expo
  • Cloud start-ups look the same
  • Dell Storage Forum, UK in January
  • Nutanix, Tintri and Nimble arrays

Listen with the Reg player below, or download here.

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