Looking for a Kindle? Well, you won't find one in the country's largest retail store chains anymore.
Amazon’s slick new 7-inch Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD tablets are now available to purchase online. Will you be buying?
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?
Guest Post The high definition screens, faster processors, and enhanced Wi-Fi capabilities of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablets are making big news. But these tablets won’t catalyze the revolution that is waiting to happen. The magic will happen when the price-per-unit drops below $100 on its way towards $50.
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.
Gameloft is bringing four of its top titles to Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablets.
Amazon has a new game platform in the Kindle Fire and it is getting an endorsement today from the biggest game publisher, Activision Blizzard. Skylanders Cloud Patrol will be on the new tablet.
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.
Thanks to the latest set of Kindles, investors rallied to push Amazon's stock to its highest-ever value.
Amazon introduced another layer of parental controls for its Kindle Fire tablet today, giving parents the capability to limit how much time a child spends on certain activities.
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.
We’re only a few hours away until Amazon unveils its new devices at a Santa Monica media event today, but the company gave consumers a bit of a preview last night with its latest ad.
The minute-long ad aired during …
If you had your heart set on a larger version of Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet, you'll have to sit tight for a bit long. Instead of taking on the iPad directly with a 10-inch tablet, Amazon is currently planning to announce two 7-inch Kindle Fire models at its media event next week, CNet reports.
Amazon's app store for Android has grown massively in popularity since the Kindle Fire was released in November 2011, doubling the number of developers who publish to the store and tripling the number of apps. Plus, Amazon says, hundreds of millions of apps have now been downloaded from the store.
Of course, that's barely a blip on the Google's radar, since the official Android market, Google Play, has seen more than 20 billion downloads on 600,000 apps.
The new Kindle Fire is coming out on September 6, and we've just gotten a small clue about what may be in store for Amazon's wildly successful e-reader lineup.
Amazon has sold out of the Kindle Fire a week before its set to announce a new one. How's that for inventory management?
What does Amazon have in store for its next device unveiling? Likely a 10-inch Kindle Fire.
New documents have emerged suggesting Amazon will produce a new Kindle Fire tablet to proceed the current 7-inch version.
Amazon has just dropped the price for a Kindle to $269 in a fire-sale "deal of the day.' Some folks, including us, are taking this as a sign that a new Kindle is on the way.