|By PR Newswire||
|November 27, 2012 07:12 PM EST||
NEW YORK, Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Law Office of James C. Kelly is investigating potential claims against Amazon.com for false advertising regarding the marketing and sale of the Amazon Silk Web Browser included within the original Amazon Kindle Fire.
In marketing, advertising, and selling the original Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, Amazon claimed that it developed a new web browsing technology that was available exclusively on the Amazon Kindle Fire through a web browser called "Amazon Silk." Amazon claimed that Amazon Silk is different from other browsers because, among other things, Amazon's computer servers do much of the work assembling complex web pages downloaded by users, resulting in much faster load times for web pages, compared to traditional browsers on other mobile devices.
The Law Office of James C. Kelly is investigating whether Amazon.com failed to disclose to customers that Amazon's Silk Browser is not faster than traditional web browsers, and whether the new web browsing technology actually provides a slower or similar web browsing experience when compared to traditional web browsers on other mobile devices.
The Law Office of James C. Kelly is investigating whether Amazon.com failed to make these material disclosures so to cause consumers to purchase the Amazon Kindle Fire instead of the many other tablets available or soon to be available for purchase in the marketplace.
If you purchased an Amazon Kindle Fire and would like to discuss your potential legal claims or if you have any information regarding this investigation that may be helpful, please contact The Law Office of James C. Kelly. Please contact James C. Kelly, Esq., by telephone at (212) 920-5042 or (888) 643-7517 or e-mail at email@example.com.
The Law Office of James C. Kelly is a New York City-based national law firm with significant experience representing consumers. For more information about the firm, please visit its website at http://www.jckellylaw.com.
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