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The Freetime Unlimited Service, available on Fire and Kindle tablets, now has content for older kids and a filter to help sort through it all.
It happened slowly at first, then suddenly political satire was everywhere. I don't know when exactly the turning point was. It might have been 8 years of Bushisms that provided the kindle for the fire. Or maybe the absurdity of theShow More Summary
Popular Kindle books, a cheap Fire tablet, and Pebble Time smart watches kick off Saturday’s best deals. Read more...
The entry level Amazon Kindle Fire (starting at $50) is now adding blue, magenta, and tangerine colors to the mix, as well as a new 16GB storage option.
We know Amazon has a great new high-end Kindle e-reader that was announced today, but the company also seemingly has plans to bring us a new tablet for those who are on a budget and want something more than an eBook reader.
Amazon has launched a new product today, its thinnest and most expensive Kindle yet, the Kindle Oasis. It appears that the company might be putting the final touches on another new hardware product that could be released in the near future. Show More Summary
Last time Amazon tried to build something revolutionary instead of evolutionary, the device failed spectacularly. Of course, we all had a sneaking suspicion the company's Fire phone would flop long before it was ever released thanks to BGR's exclusive reporting on the device ahead of announcement. Show More Summary
Dark Souls III may seem intimidating, but with a little know-how, you can kindle the fires of hope, or be lost in the embrace of darkness.
Amazon Underground is a relatively new shopping app designed for Kindle Fire tablets and Android phones. It combines the frighteningly easy Amazon mobile shopping app with over one thousand free versions of apps and games that would normally cost users money to download. Show More Summary
Netgear networking gear, a Kindle Fire tablet, and an electric shaver kick off Wednesday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale. Show More Summary
Under-Fire web biz finds reverse gear after outcry from Fire and Kindle owners Amazon has U-turned on its decision to remove filesystem encryption from Fire OS, which powers its Fire and Kindle slabs.…
Amazon has removed device encryption from Fire OS version 5. This means that devices such as the Fire Phone, Amazon Fire HD, and Kindle Fire tablets will no longer support device encryption, after being updated to Fire OS 5. Amazon's decision to remove onboard encryption isn't new; Amazon actually dropped the feature from Fire OS 5 back in the fall. Show More Summary
If you have a Kindle Fire device, Amazon has given you two stark and highly insecure choices: lose encryption, or stop updating.
Uh-oh, it seems that over in the UK, Amazon is having some issues with the power adapters for their Kindle Fire tablets and the Fire Kids tablets. According to reports, it seems that these power adapters are at risk of shocking its users,...Show More Summary
While Apple and the FBI await a ruling from congress on their encryption battles, Amazon just willfully dropped encryption on Kindle, Fire Phones, Fire Tablets and Fire TV devices running Fire OS 5. The change affects millions of users with these devices and makes each of them decidedly less safe from bad actors. Show More Summary
Desktops, tablets, hybrids, and more are currently on sale for Presidents' Day. Take advantage of these massive discounts, and treat your whole family to some awesome electronics.
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I have a library of movies I bought through the iTunes Store that I'd like to now be able to watch on my new Kindle Fire HD tablet. Problem is, the Kindle doesn't have iTunes, so how do I convert my movies so they're Fire HD friendly? The post Convert DRM Protected Movies for Android Tablets? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.