Amazon's new Kindle Fire; Target Ticket arrives

Quick news from across the Web.

> Amazon has a new, lighter Kindle Fire. It includes 24/7 live video support and the ability to download Prime videos. Check it out

> Target's online video store, Target Ticket, is live. Blog post

> Roku tweaks the form factor and adds some features for its new line of streaming devices. Blog post

> Adobe has signed Turner Broadcasting to its TV Everywhere platform, which it is in the process of improving. Story

> Mediacom taps Qwilt for video caching. Story

Cable News

> Verizon will begin testing a wireless home media server this fall. Story

Telecom News

> AT&T is planning to build fiber to the home in markets beyond Austin. Story

And finally... For those fans of "Breaking Bad" who aren't up to date on the show, Netflix introduced spoilerfoiler.com, a site designed to block tweets that might ruin the final episodes for anyone who hasn't watched them yet. Story

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