Feature for Instant Video had been limited to Kindle Fire devices.
Amazon has reduced the headcount at its Labs126 hardware division, according to the Wall Street Journal. The hardware division is responsible for products such as the Fire Phone and Kindle line of tablets. The unit employs about 3,000 people and the number of staff reductions isn't clear, though the Journal's sources suggest dozens have been let go. Show More Summary
When Amazon first teased the Fire Phone, many were excited because with the Kindle Fire series of Android tablets, Amazon had done pretty well for themselves, so many expected that the same level of success would follow with the Fire Phone. Show More Summary
Amazon laid off "dozens of engineers" in its Lab126 hardware unit, which makes consumer devices like the Kindle, Echo, and Fire tablet, the Wall Street Journal is reporting. This news comes in the wake of the critical and commercialShow More Summary
The American West is burning. An unusually hot and dry summer led to widespread drought and turned the forests and plains into kindling. Now massive wildfires rage from California to as far north as Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula near the Canadian border. Smoke and haze fill the air, darkening what...
Amazon is no stranger to tablets, the company’s Kindle Fire line has done quite well for itself even though it doesn’t really provide a conventional Android experience. The company’s tablets run heavily forked versions of Android, just...Show More Summary
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
“ For now, tablets like the iPad and Kindle Fire remain the most popular platform to read digital books. According to Nielsen, the percentage of e-book buyers who read primarily on tablets was 41% in the first quarter of 2015, compared...Show More Summary
I've taken to watching movies on my Kindle Fire. A few months ago, my wife got hooked on "Castle" DVDs. Since that sad day, she monopolizes our limited TV screen time, minutes which could be devoted to such excellent films as "Mountains...Show More Summary
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
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
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 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.
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.
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, [...]
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
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
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
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!
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