Keepin' it real fake, part CCLIII: Amazon.com gets copied with its Kindle in tow

Laura June Dziuban
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Keepin' it real fake, part CCLIII: Amazon.com gets copied with its Kindle in tow
Guys, seriously: you're going to love this one. Indian site Infibeam -- which looks at least somewhat "legit" -- has completely ripped off Amazon.com... as in pretty much copied it exactly. Now, we're no strangers ourselves to a bit of 'fan fictionizing' of our name and likeness (for retail locations), but this is possibly the most blatant (and blatantly hilarious) thing we've ever seen. Oh, and while you're visiting Infibeam.com, don't forget to pick up an Infibeam Pi -- AKA Kindle ripoff. Infibeam's CEO, Geoff Pezos will thank you.

[Thanks, Vinod P.]
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