Hard to beat the offer of a free tablet with great software 'Tis the season for giving, and the generous folks at Adobe are getting into the spirit by offering a great giveaway to the Android Central members. Just in time for the big...Show More Summary
When the Kindle first came on the scene, it was ALL I EVER WANTED. A small device that could hold thousands of books. I talked about it so much that both my mother and my boyfriend got me one for Christmas (thus beginning a long series of Christmases in which they accidentally got me the […]
Imager, the first book in the Imager Portfolio, is on sale in the Kindle store for $2.99 here. The 8th book (which concludes the 2nd, 5-book series) comes out in January 2014.
One Second After is on sale in the Kindle store for $2.99. I thought this particular subject/plot might interest some of you. The Kindle edition is here, and the Publisher's Weekly review is below, for more info... In this entertaining apocalyptic thriller from Forstchen (We Look Like Men of War), a high-altitude nuclear bomb of […]
The Tourist, the first book in the Milo Weaver trilogy, is on sale in the Kindle store for $2.99. I read this book a couple of years ago, and thought is was good..more along the lines of LeCarre than Vince Flynn. You can find the Kindle edition here.
It’s not the just the media and his follow Catholics who love talking about Pope Francis.
The Guardian and Observer newspapers are now available as a tablet-specific Android and Kindle Fire app, giving slate owners a new means of keeping up with the latest features, breaking... Keep reading ?
Amazon may be known for the Kindle and their Prime membership with free two-day shipping, but the online retailer also has another
Until today, Think Fast – The Racer’s Why-To Guide to Winning was available exclusively in paperback form. Here is the link to the Kindle Edition of Think Fast. Everything in the print edition is in there – it’s the whole enchilada, but one that you can carry in your pocket. Show More Summary
As you can see, if you’re by a window or outside or watching local television or looking at a weather app on your iPhone, e-reader, Galaxy 7, Marble XT Nova HD, Nook, Kindle, Kindle 4S, Nook 4S, Nook Flame, Samsung Xperience 3D-4S-3,...Show More Summary
The London-based Guardian and The Observer newspapers are now available on tablets with Android, including the Kindle Fire, the media company said Thursday. The daily paper will be available through the app, as well as the weekend magazines and monthly magazines, such as the Observer Food Monthly. Show More Summary
There’s a cool new trick possible with a growing number of products: the ability to wirelessly send what’s on your mobile device (or computer) up onto your TV. Apple’s had this for a while with their products, and now Google, AmazonShow More Summary
Amazon is reportedly making a smartphone featuring its own Fire OS. That's not good for Google's Android.
There’s really little in the way of good reasons to buy a Kindle HDX “tablet” when the Nexus tablets are the same price and do far more. But if Grandma needs a media-streaming slab, they’re a great choice. And now, you can buy them on the installment plan. Yes, bringing a holiday tradition to the Internet, Amazon is graciously letting you buy their tablets in installments.
Amazon's Kindles now have access to live and on-demand TWC content Time Warner Cable has announced the release of their TWC TV app for the Kindle platform. In an update today that also includes the Xbox 360, Samsung smart televisions...Show More Summary
The online retailer is pushing Kindle tablets as fast as it can to keep its strong hold on media sales
Rumours of an Amazon mobile phone aren’t exactly new. Speculation started when the Kindle was released; it heightened when the Kindle Fire came out; it has rumbled on since then with suggestions first that Foxconn might be manufacturing the handsets, and then HTC. Now it’s being reported that Amazon has placed orders for smartphone compatible […]
The second-generation Kindle Paperwhite is an iterative upgrade, but one that is still worth your attention.
£30 discount on all 7-inch, Wifi-only HDX models until January 2 Amazon UK has announced that it's lowering the price of all 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX Wifi models by £30 until the new year. The promotion runs until Jan. 2 and sees the cheapest 16GB varaint "with special offers" — i.e. Show More Summary
If you've bought quite a library of Kindle books for yourself, you might have a chore scrolling through the lot to find the one you want. Thankfully for Android users, you can now organize your reading material into Collections with a new Kindle app...