It seems that someone doing a bit of in depth research into Amazons new device, the Kindle Fire and its operating system Kindle Silk have found that a company called SeeSaw own the trademarks.
This has led to claims that Amazon could be planning split the business into separate businesses. However, there could be a simpler explanation; maybe Amazon registered Kindle Fire and Kindle Silk to SeeSaw in order to hide them from competitors before the launch.
These are the features that buyers can expect to get on the new Kindle Fire, whether Amazon own the name or not;
18 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, and books
Amazon Appstore – thousands of popular apps and games
Ultra-fast web browsing – Amazon Silk
Free cloud storage for all your Amazon content
Vibrant colour touch screen with extra-wide viewing angle
Fast, powerful dual-core processor
Amazon Prime members enjoy unlimited, instant streaming of over 10,000 popular movies and TV shows
Priced from $199
Source [Business Insider]