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Survival Skills: Make Fire With a Bottle of Water

In the heat of summer, roadside brush fires are frequently attributed to fluid-filled bottles that concentrate the sun’s rays onto dead grass or other tinder material. Apparently, kindling a fire this way is so easy any litterbug can...Show More Summary

The weirdest deals of Amazon Prime Day

Sure, Amazon is selling some pretty nifty items on Amazon Prime Day: the Fire HD, a Kindle and Bose's SoundTrue headphones, to name a few. See also: Amazon Prime Day: The best deals But the majority of items — actually, the vast majority — are super weird. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime Day kicks off with $49 Kindle, $79 Kindle Fire HD 7, $24 Fire TV Stick

As a part of Prime Day, an attempt to spur Black Friday-level sales from Prime subscribers, Amazon on Wednesday discounted a number of electronics, including several Kindle readers and Kindle Fire touchscreen tablets.

Amazon Prime Day sees the prices of Fire TV, Kindle and Fire HD 7 slashed

Amazon Prime Day is well under way and you can grab some sweet deals on Fire TV, Kindle and the Kindle Fire HD 7. The retailer has its Fire TV Stick listed for just £20 in the UK, which is an absolute steal for anyone looking to turn a supported screen into a smart entertainment center. The Fire TV has also had its price reduced, and is now available for £59.

Kick off your Amazon Prime Day shopping spree with $60 off the Kindle Fire HD 7

Amazon's Prime Day sale is here! The online retailer has been unleashing a smorgasbord of deals since midnight, and they'll be going all throughout the day with limited time lightning deals and Prime-exclusive gold box prices, starting with $60 off the Kindle Fire HD 7.

Amazon Prime Day deal: Kindle Fire HD 7 for $79 (43 percent off)

Are you an Amazon Prime member? Are you looking to score a great deal on a new Android tablet? One of Amazon’s best Amazon Prime Day deals is the Kindle Fire HD 7 which is selling for a mere $79. The tablet sports a 7-inch 1280×800 resolution (216 ppi) display, 8GB or 16GB  of storage, [...]

Today is Amazon Prime Day: Here are some AMAZING Deals!

First off, these deals are only available to Amazon Prime members. You can get a free 30-day trial by signing up here. Here are Amazon’s incredible deals for today! –Save up to 40% off on select Kindle and Fire devices, such as a regular...Show More Summary

Amazon's Surprisingly Decent Fire HD 7 Tablet is Only $79 Today

Today only for Prime Day, Amazon’s knocking a whopping $60 off the price of the surprisingly-great Kindle Fire HD 7, bringing it down to just $79 (or $99 for the 16GB version) for Prime members. That’s a match for the tablet’s all-time low price, and even $20 less than the Lilliputian Fire HD 6. Show More Summary

No Regrets Purchases

Cultural Offering gives his list. Matthew Lang has another. [Note the overlap.] They caused to think about my own "no regrets" purchases. A quick list: Kindle Fire. You get a lot for the price. I'm more than pleased. Amazon Prime. I buy a lot of books from local shops. Show More Summary

Fire Sale

For the next few weeks, Amazon.com is selling my thriller The First Assassin on Kindle for just $1.99. That’s cheaper than a bad cup of coffee!

Winners of The Indie Day V Giveaway!!!

Congratulations to Sandy Klocinski who was randomly selected to win a KINDLE FIRE HDX 8.9” Tablet (8.9" HDX Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB) courtesy of M.R. Mathias!!! Congratulations also to Tatiana Lammers and Betty Curran who will each receive...Show More Summary

'Tales from Deep Space' Review - Man and Robot Working Together in Harmony

Amazon's been bringing over several of their mobile games to iOS now, and Tales from Deep Space [$6.99] is their latest and their best. It took some time to make the leap from the Kindle Fire tablets, unlike Lost Within [$6.99] and Til Morning's Light [$6.99] which launched simultaneously on both Fire OS and iOS.

Fire Emblem amiibo is first item ever sold on Amazon Mexico

Amazon México finally opened its doors to selling physical goods this morning. For more than a year prior, it only dealt Kindle e-books. What was the first item ever sold once the servers went live? An amiibo from Fire Emblem, of course. Unrelenting...Show More Summary

Amazon launches Fire OS 5 dev preview, based on Android Lollipop

Amazon is still trucking along with its customized version of Android -- though we'd imagine updates are more focused on the company's Kindle Fire tablets and TV hardware, rather than the disastrous Fire Phone. Developers can get their hands on a preview version of Fire OS 5 today, while the final version is coming later this fall. Show More Summary

Washington Post launches news app on all Android devices

The Washington Post announced Tuesday that its news app, which was launched late last year on Kindle Fire tablets, is now available on all Android devices. The app comes with six months of free access to Washington Post journalism for...Show More Summary

Amazon Fire TV Proves To Be A Hit Amongst Consumers

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

While Amazon is largely known to be an online retailer, the company has dabbled in hardware releases like the Kindle e-readers, Kindle Fire Android tablets, Kindle Fire smartphones, and the Kindle Fire TV set-top box. Some of them have gone on to prove to be popular, while others were kind of a flop. Show More Summary

Amazon to introduce its own brand of products

Amazon is already known for its Kindle and Fire devices, now they plan to expand their brand into their own line of products, but will it prove successful? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Social ebook platform Glose comes to Android, lets you try books for free

Glose, the social platform and store for ebook lovers, has launched its Android app today. It’s also available on the Kindle Fire and Nook HD. The service now carries titles from more than 600 publishers and offers free samples — about 20 pages of each book on average — across its entire catalog. Show More Summary

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