Amazon wants to own all your screens. That’s why it sells Kindle tablets, the Fire phone, and the Fire TV set top box. And it’s why the company just inked a nearly $1 billion deal to Twitch, a company that lets people broadcast their videogame play over the net. As random as the Twitch buy […]
Barnes & Noble and Samsung have collaborated on a new device to challenge Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Credits: Andrew Burton/Getty Images Alt Text: The CEO of Barnes & Noble and president of Samsung Electronics pose with the Samsung Nook The Samsung Galaxy Nook faces an 'uphill struggle' to challenge Amazon's dominance of the e-reader...Show More Summary
Whatever Obama announces when it comes to executive action to ease deportations, Republicans will claim he is basically shredding the Constitution into kindling to light a fire under the Dem base in advance of the 2014 elections. But what if the White House can build a coalition behind coming actions that would allow Dems to […]
A new service called Live App Testing is available for programmers making apps that run on Amazon’s FireOS devices. Live App Testing allows beta versions of such apps that developers can distribute to users who own a Kindle Fire, Fire...Show More Summary
Amazon has just launched a new service called Live App Testing. It's designed to allow developers for the Amazon Appstore in general, and Kindle Fire and Fire Phone in specific set up and distribute apps to QA and beta testers.
Apple acquired TestFlight, a popular mobile app testing service earlier this year, and today Amazon is stepping up to compete with its own mobile app testing service aimed at developers targeting the Amazon Appstore. Called “Live App...Show More Summary
Amazon regularly takes over their homepage to promote key items and messages. They’ve done so for their Fire TV, the Fire Phone, the Kindle line, and major releases. Yesterday, Amazon’s homepage promoted Prime with a very smart and clever Twitter & Instagram module cycling through happy customers singing the praises of Prime and of Amazon. […]
The deer hunter charged with setting the Rim fire in 2013 -- one the largest in California's history -- ignored temporary restrictions put in place for national forest land and kindled a fire that spread beyond his control, federal prosecutors allege.
The Amazon Fire Phone is kind of whack, but being ugly is not one of its problems. Amazon's hardware design has improved over the years, and the Gadgetware team created this GIF to illustrate how its products have evolved since that first clunky, oddly designed Kindle. Read more...
Folks who fancy Amazon's Kindle Fire and/or newfangled Fire phone just got another option for go-to cloud access. Microsoft has released a OneDrive app outfitting both of the aforementioned devices with easy access to stored files from the slate or...
Microsoft had made its OneDrive cloud storage app available for Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets and its new Fire smartphone via its launch in the Amazon Appstore.
Microsoft today launched a new OneDrive app for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets and Fire phone. You can download it now directly from Amazon’s Appstore for Android. The app includes all the functionality that you would expect (it’s largely the same version as on Google Play): Browse all your OneDrive files and files shared with you. Show More Summary
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In addition to looking awesome, this touchscreen deadbolt will alert you when someone is trying to break in, and lets you create temporary passcodes for pet sitters and temporary guests without schlepping to Home Depot to make a new key. [ Schlage Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave Technology and Built-In Alarm, $160] Read more...
Today only! Grab one of Amazon's latest tablets for $130 off.
The parade of Kindle deals continues, this time with $130 off the acclaimed 8.9" Kindle Fire HDX. Amazon has offered some small discounts on this model in the past, but this is by far the best deal we've ever seen. [Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" Tablet, $299] Read more...
The 32GB, Wifi-only version of Amazon's 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX is on sale right now for $130 off. The HDX with Special Offers is available for $299, down from it's usual price of $429. Without Special Offers, the device costs $314, down from $444.
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For today’s edition of Deal of the Day and today only, Amazon has the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9? Tablet for just $299.00 pllus FREE shipping. That’S $130 off on the tablet’s regular price of $429! Today only, save $130 on Kindle Fire HDX 8.9? with Wi-Fi. It’s perfect for work or play, with an ultrafast […]