Could this be what the next Kindle Fire HD looks like?
Amazon is planning to refresh all three of its Kindle Fire tablets.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos largely credited the strong earnings increase to ebooks, which he said is now a multi-billion dollar category for Amazon.
Lookout Mobile brought its mobile security app to a new tablet today: the Kindle Fire.
Amazon’s line of Kindle readers are undoubtedly popular among consumers this holiday season, but it’s difficult to determine exactly how many have sold.
Heavyweight bouts usually consist of 200-pound plus monsters bashing each other in public for our entertainment. Now we can add multibillion-dollar corporations to the show.
Amazon’s third quarter earnings just hit and weirdly enough, the company reserved a decent chunk of its report to rail on the just-announced iPad mini and explain why its Kindle Fire units are better.
Apple claims that the iPad mini is the best 7-inch tablet in the world. Are they right? We take a look at it versus the competition.
Now parents can control exactly what their kids see on the Kindle Fire HD — and for how long.
Looking for a Kindle? Well, you won’t find one in the country’s largest retail store chains anymore.
Amazon’s Kindle HD is far easier to repair than the iPad, but a tad harder to take apart than the original Kindle Fire.
Amazon’s slick new 7-inch Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD tablets are now available to purchase online. Will you be buying?
After many rumors and leaks, we thought Apple might launch its supposed “iPad mini” today alongside the iPhone 5. But today’s event was crowded with the new iPhone, updated iPods, and a new version of iTunes. So when can we expect the iPad mini?
After numerous complaints, Amazon has confirmed that it will indeed let customers opt out of “Special Offers” advertising on the new Kindle Fire HD for $15. It’s a show of goodwill on Amazon’s part, but what was with the mixed messages?
While there are many things to love about Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD, one of them is certainly not for viewing advertisements on the device.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos featured the devices in a press event held in Santa Monica, Calif. today. Bezos also showed off a refreshed Kindle Fire tablet, but the clear star of the show was the all-new Fire HD.
Even though it sounded like Amazon’s plans for a larger tablet were on the back-burner leading up to today’s event, the company surprised us by announcing the Kindle Fire HD, an 8.9-inch tablet with a bevy of drool-worthy features.
Amazon today lifted the veil on the newest additions to its lineup of tablet devices and e-readers. Clearly, in an attempt to convince consumers ahead of the holiday shopping season that its hardware can be both cheap and sexy.