By Paulo Santos: We have long known the Kindle Fire Phone had flopped. Given this obvious flop, Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) lowered its price to $0.99 on contract (from $199) and $449 without a contract (from $649). This brought the Kindle Fire Phone's price more or less in-line with its mid-tier specifications. Show More Summary
It's been 143 years since the roaring flames of the Great Chicago Fire tore through the city, and now the historic event is serving as the symbolic kindling for an unprecedented civic celebration. The Great Chicago Fire Festival will...Show More Summary
There was a time when it was easy to choose a Kindle; you’d pick the 3G or WiFi version, and that was that. But after the release of the Touch, a few versions of the Fire tablet, the Fire HDX series, the Paperwhite, and the new Voyage, choosing the right Amazon tablet or eReader can be tough. Show More Summary
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, does not disclose data about his firm’s deeds. The company’s financial reports do not even hint how many Fire Phones have been sold, how big was the demand for Kindle devices, not even the number of customers for Amazon Prime Service. The Guardian is pointing at the fact that […]
Amazon is about to flood the market with a variety of new Kindle Fire tablets. The company has also announced a new e-reader and an update to its classic Kindle e-reader. But the most important of these devices may stand out because of its very low price. Show More Summary
Staples is coming strong with the home theater deals today. The Fire TV deal in particular is the best price we've ever seen. Read more...
IN THE MAIL: Patent Trolls: Predatory Litigation and the Smothering of Innovation. Also, today only at Amazon: $50 Off a Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire HDX 7? Wi-Fi Tablet.
Amazon recently unveiled their new Kindle Fires, offering three different sizes. The company also just announced an updated, better version of the operating system, Fire OS 4.0. Some of the new features include the ability for families...Show More Summary
Plus, how to turn off alerts on your Kindle Fire HDX.
This crazy cheap tablet comes in 6? or 7? and has a 1280×800 display, a 1.5GHz quad-core CPU and the new Fire OS 4. The Kids Edition has a protective case and comes with a 2-year no questions asked replacement warranty.
I picked up one of the Amazon Fire phones and I have to say I really like it. The biggest frustration, however, is that it's the same interface as the Kindle, which means that I have to dig to find my favorite apps. Is there a way to...Show More Summary
In order to cash on the holiday season, Amazon on Thursday unveiled six new devices in the market. This includes a new
Amazon has announced an all new addition to its tablet line, known as the Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition. The device, which comes in 6 and 7-inch variants, is an augmented version of the company’s refreshed Fire HD tablets, and packs a range of child-friendly features, from added durability to parental controls... Show More Summary
Amazon overhauled its line of Fire tablets late on Wednesday. The new tablets have updated screens, processors, and are running the latest version of Amazon’s mobile operating system, Fire OS 4, codenamed “Sangria.” Amazon is also introducing a new, unusually sized 6-inch Fire that will cost $99. And the company rolled out new Kindle e-readers.... Read More
Amazon updated its lineup of tablets and e-readers on Wednesday night, announcing two new devices and refreshing several others. The online retailer has been pushing an increasing amount of hardware, packing each of the devices with features that tout the benefits of purchasing from...
Amazon refreshed its lineup of Kindles last night, pushing the Kindle Fire for less than $100, where it's easily the best fit for people wanting a good-enough tablet on a budget. But the most interesting thing for me is the latest e-ink model, the Kindle Voyage, which will get much less attention. Read the rest
When we talk about hardware released by Amazon, one of the surefire topics that rise up would be their range of Kindle e-book readers, such as the Kindle Fire HD that offers plenty of bang for your hard earned buck. Of course, there is also the Kindle Fire smartphone which never really managed to take off in a big way, which could be why Amazon has continued to concentrate on...
AMAZON INTRODUCES A BUNCH OF NEW KINDLES. I like the Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition, where if the kids break it, they replace it free, no questions asked. There’s also the new Fire HDX 8.9, designed to compete head-to-head with the iPad and Surface. And the Kindle Voyage, designed to replace my Paperwhite, but with [...]
Amazon, no doubt drowned by a deluge of Apple-related news, has released a flood of new Kindles. At the top end, there's a brand new magnesium-body Kindle Voyage e-book reader and an updated Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. At the low end, there's a new 6-inch Kindle Fire HD6 (just $100!) and a new $80 Kindle e-book reader with touch controls. Show More Summary