Amazon Explains Its Silk Browser

Posted on October 3, 2011

Kindle Fire


Amazon's software engineers explain the company's new Silk browser, which is used to power its recently announced tablet, the Kindle Fire. Amazon uses its powerful Amazon Web Services technology to speed up web browsing with Amazon Silk. Part of the browsing data (images, javascript, css) is stored in Amazon's cloud as you surf. Amazon says the data it collects while users browse the Internet will be anonymized. Take a look:



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