Yahoo Finance posted an article from The New York Times about the Kindle Fire and the overwhelming number of complaints people who buy it have. So much so that many of them are actually returning the device.
You can read the article here, but the most interesting thing about this article to me is one of the complaints Amazon has been getting is,
“There is no privacy on the device; a spouse or child who picks it up will instantly know everything you have been doing”
I kind of understand the child thing, sort of… but if you’re complaining about a product because you’re unable to hide things from your spouse, you have some bigger problems to deal with.
Seriously though, maybe I’m just naive, but I can’t think of anything that I need to hide from my wife, let alone anything that would cause me to return a product because of that.
What about you, is there anything that you think is ok to keep from your spouse?