We've written about how the 2011 gift-giving holiday season was something of a sea change for tablets and eBooks, but a new bit of research from comScore concluded that it was more one sided than you might have thought. According to them, of all the Android-powered tablets in the U.S., 54.4% of them are Kindle Fires. Though great for Amazon, that could be a problem for Google.
A fairly nasty flaw – the ability to run a script in the title text of an eBook – could compromise the security of your Amazon account. The flaw, which reappeared recently after being patched in October, allows hackers to embed prog... Read Post
On the same day that Amazon will be releasing its quarterly earnings, some research from comScore that underscores just how far the company has come since launching its Kindle Fire tablet in November 2011. The researchers say that a... Read Post