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Amazon tells Tales From Deep Space on Fire tablets

Tales From Deep Space, from Amazon Game Studios and co-partner Frontier Developments, has achieved lift-off and can now enter the orbit of 2013 Kindle Fire and later tablets, according to a press release from Amazon. The game shoots a spacefaring...

Everything Amazon Is Supposedly Working On

You can always expect that Amazon will push out new Kindles and Fires year by year, but the Everything Store has so much more in the works. From travel sites to retail stores, there's a whole bunch of rumored stuff Bezos & Co. might be getting ready to roll out. Here's a breakdown. Read more...

Fire it Up | Gong Time | Wise Choice

FishbowlDC: The Washington Post has a brand new Kindle app. See? We told you the paper would be fine. AgencySpy: We would love to have a portable gong like the one in this new ad for Steak n Shake. Every time someone said something we...Show More Summary

Kindle Fire owners get free access to Washington Post

The Washington Post announced a new app on Thursday that gives Amazon Fire tablet users free online access to the paper.

Bezos has turned the Washington Post into a public relations tool for Amazon’s tablets

Kindle Fire tablet owners now have exclusive access to a new application from the Washington Post, and they’ll be able to use it for six months without having to pay for a subscription, just by virtue of using a product made by the company that allowed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to buy the Post in 2013. Show More Summary

Washington Post looks toward national audience with Kindle Fire app

Good morning. Here are 10 media stories. Washington Post looks toward national audience with new Kindle Fire app This is important: It will not provide local news. Updates every day at 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. Free for six months, a buck a month after that. Show More Summary

Kindle Fire Owners Now Get the Washington Post For Free

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Ever since Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, there's been speculation about how it would tie in with Amazon. Now we know: owners of Kindle Fire tablets will get a full 6-month digital subscription to the newspaper for free. Read more...

Giveaway: Kindle Fire HD 6

I'm a big time Amazon fan. Not only is it convenient to have things, even like toilet paper, delivered to my home with free shipping, but I now depend on Amazon Prime to keep our family entertained too. I just joined Kindle Unlimited. Show More Summary

It's Finally Safe To Watch Porn On Your Kindle Fire

Kindle Fires can be great tablets, but Fire OS has always lagged a little behind the Android framework it’s based on. Now, Amazon’s built-in Silk browser is finally getting a private-mode update that will make it way easier and safer to watch porn. More »      

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Rated Absolute Best For Color Presentation

One of the beautiful things about the various phones and tablets that currently fill the market is that no matter what you’re looking for, there’s a product that is catering to you. From the fantastic price point of the Kindle Fire to the cache value of the iPhone 6, every device does something great. Show More Summary

Why Is Amazon Making So Many Gadgets?

The Kindle, Fire Phone, Fire TV, and now Echo: Should investors worry about Amazon's hardware ambitions?

Amazon Fire HD 7 Tablet (2014) Review

As it does every so often, Amazon recently updated and revamped its line of Fire tablets to include upgraded models and a somewhat simplified naming scheme. The new models abandon the "Kindle" branding and are now simply known as Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD 7, and Fire HD 6. To flesh out the lineup, Amazon still sells a Fire HDX and a Fire HD Kids...

Amazon's Literary Reputation Takes Another Blow

The first ten guests arriving last Monday for a cocktail party at the New Museum got a surprise gift. Literary agent Meredith Bernstein, guessing (correctly) that it was a Kindle Fire, was first in line. “I’m not worried,” she said, about working with a company one of her peers had compared to ISIS.... More » Should Stop Comparing the Fire Phone to the Original Kindle

Amazon isn't fazed by the quick failure of its Fire Phone, instead opting to take a longer-term view. The device has already cost shareholders dearly, and the pain doesn't look like it's going to stop anytime soon.

An Amazon exec has likened the Fire Phone’s failure to the first Kindle

For all intents and purposes Amazon’s Fire Phone is a flop. Or at least it is in the US where it has only sold 35,000 handsets since June. Amazon is apparently undeterred by this, and one exec has even likened it to the first Kindle that was released back in 2007. Show More Summary

Amazon Fire TV update enables streaming from more Android devices

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Previously, the only devices able to stream content to the Fire TV were Amazon's own Kindle Fire HDX tablet or Fire smartphone. An update has now thrown open the streaming capabilities to any Android tablets or smartphones running Jellybean...Show More Summary

Amazon's flagship Kindle Voyage e-reader now available in the UK for £169

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Amazon's announced today that its new Kindle Voyage e-reader and updated Fire HDX 8.9 tablet are now up for grabs in the UK. The Kindle Voyage is by far Amazon's best e-reader to date, but it commands a pretty penny as a result. At £169 for the...

Daily Deals: Free Android Apps, The Best PS4 Deals Around, Forza Horizon 2

Plus a super cheap Kindle Fire tablet, low prices on The Last of Us, and a sale on Bethesda games for PC.

Amazon in 2014: A look back

It's been quite the year for Amazon — and it was either good or bad, depending on who you ask. From an optimistic perspective, Amazon finally dipped its toes in the smartphone market with the Amazon Fire Phone, rolled out new Kindle Fire tablets and launched its own entertainment streaming device, called the Amazon Fire TV. Show More Summary

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 Review: A worthy iPad rival at 75% of the price

The new Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 tablet is the very definition of an update: It's the exact same design, size and weight as the last product, with almost all the changes found under the hood, and especially, in the software. This isn’t a bad thing. Show More Summary

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