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Tech News Weekly Round-up 19th July 2011

Amazon Android tablet coming this October

Amazon has been hinting at a tablet for sometime, but details are still a little scarce. Word has it the unnamed tablet will have a 9in display, but no camera. This points towards a cheaper end tablet that undercuts the Apple iPad, Motorola Xoom, Galaxy Tab and other e-reader devices.

Consumers can expect a tablet that connects users to Amazon’s extensive media content, including Amazon MP3 music and Cloud Player and Amazon Instant Video. The device would run the Android “Honeycomb” Operating System and rumour has it that it’ll be hitting the shelves this October.

Orange offers roaming data for £3 a day

Orange has announced a new European data roaming bundle which offers 30MB of data for £3 a day. This is welcome news for Facebook lovers and tweeters alike, and although charges rise to £3.07 per additional MB after the initial allowance is used up, it should be more than enough to keep in touch with the people that matter most. Vodafone also offers a similar plan of £2 a day for 25MB. Now, if they could only arrange some cheaper holidays to match, it would certainly be something worth taking advantage of!

Google Launches Photovine App

Google ?Photovine is a simple but fun and artistic way to share your photos with your nearest and dearest. All you have to do is snap a photo, create a theme, upload it and watch as other users contribute to your theme, resulting in your ‘vine’ of photos growing larger.?Everyone can create and contribute to photovines as well as leave comments, even if they’re not following you. For the time being, access is per Google’s continuing tradition of invite-only accounts.