Noon News: Kindle Cloud Reader on Firefox, Kindle Fire Apps, Xbox.com Revamp

The Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader has been expanded to Firefox Web browser. So, from now on readers, can enjoy Kindle books on Mozilla's browser with the HTML 5 based Web application. The Kindle Cloud Reader made has been available for Apple Safari and Google Chrome since early August and now it is available for Mozilla Firefox version 6 and above.

Online retail giant Amazon has released a list of apps that people will be able to download on their Kindle Fire tablet device when it launches on November 14. The company informed that it had started rallying developers to make apps for the tablet device, which runs on a modified version of Android, ever since it had unveiled the device and has received a great response.

Xbox.com recently confirmed that in "coming days" Xbox.com will be changing for the better. A blog forum stated that very soon the users will get access to some new features designed for the latest 360 dashboard updates through a new addition in the site.

On Tuesday, Ofcom's chief executive Ed Richards, said that rural networks in UK should not be dominated by any single operator and the reason is that it damages competition as well as innovation.

Apple has made deals with almost all major wireless carriers in the world. But, unfortunately it hasn't managed to strike a deal with China Mobile carrier service to launch its iPhone in China. Shaw Wu, an analyst at Sterne Agee by citing some industry sources claimed that China Mobile is looking for a part of revenue that Apple makes from their App Store.