I think I get it that "whispernet" is Amazon's marketing lingo for the 3G cellular data means-of-communication between a 3G-capable Kindle device and the Amazon Kindle mother-ship.
(If I'm wrong on that score, please straighten me out.)
But what's "whispersynch" meant to signify? "Synch"-ronization, over the 3G cellular (aka "whisper"-net) connection, of files on one's 3G-capable Kindle device with one's Kindle Library as stored in the Amazon Kindle mother-ship data-base? Or something else? I'd be grateful for a translation of this marketingese "whispersynch" into everyday computerese that even non-marketers can understand :-) .
TIA. And cheers, --.
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