It seems like WebKit is rapidly becoming ubiquitous in the world of mobile devices.
As I posted yesterday, Blackberry devices, starting with the Torch, now have a WebKit-based browser. I just now saw an ad for the 3rd generation Kindle and among the list of features, it lists a WebKit browser. I haven't had a chance to work with the Kindle implementation yet but my expectations are pretty high.
Before I note a few things I saw on the Kindle forums yesterday, here are a few more Kindle 3 (UK K3) tips.
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