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Briefly: Moto X wooden backing, Amazon update for Kindle Android app

updated 06:29 am EST, Wed December 18, 2013

Motorola adds Bamboo backing option to MotoMaker

Motorola has finally made a wooden backing available for the Moto X. Users of MotoMaker can choose to have a Bamboo coating on the rear of the smartphone, at a cost of $100 and an extra week on the delivery time according to TechnoBuffalo. Bamboo is currently the only option in the "Natural" category on the site, with previously-spotted options for Ebony, Rosewood, and Teak yet to be added to the backing list.




Amazon adds Collections to Kindle app for Android

Amazon has updated its Kindle app for Android, introducing Collections among other additions. Users can now assign books into one or more groups, allowing for organizing by subject or author, reports Engadget. The same app update introduces accessibility support for Talkback and Explore by Touch, as well as prompts to rate books once the end has been reached by the reader.



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