Meanwhile, criticism of the software giant's next operating system mounts.
Severe weather left Amazon's cloud storage centers in northern Virginia without power, crippling large segments of the web that rely on its digital architecture.
Amazon, Google and Microsoft are ramping up production to challenge Apple, and shoppers will soon see a wide array of devices across a range of prices.
In mid-July, consumers will be able to buy the $200 Nexus 7, which runs on the powerful new Jelly Bean operating system.
The geeky event included urban skydiving and some huge product announcements.
Still, its stock price estimate implies a 60% premium to current market price.
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