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This coming Saturday, Amazon.com will provide shoppers with an extra incentive to check retail prices against the Amazon price using their Android and iOS mobile phones. On December 10th, anyone who uses Price
Amazon announces its latest holiday shopping tool: Amazon Santa, an app for Kindle Fire users that should help parents with their child’s wish lists this holiday season. Check it out!
NewPCGadgets, the guys behind the incredibly simple yet handy Smartphone Coasters, recently reached out to us to alert us to their new Kindle Coasters. Looking much like a larger version of
Another Black Friday has come and gone and the buying season is officially in full swing. While we wait to hear just how far the economy has bounced back (or
How would you like to get yourself one of those new Android-powered Kindle Fire tablets from Amazon? What if we told you we could help you get your hands on
The tie-in to the Dreamworks character arrives on Android in a one-day only giveaway.
With 14.5 million songs, it’s easy to choose a playlist to suit your activity, mood, or decade.
One of the most addictive games in history is today’s free Android app on Amazon.
Without a doubt, the hottest (pun!) new tablet on the scene right now is the Amazon Kindle Fire. At $200 it stands to reason that this device may become the
Amazon’s popular iPhone application, Price Check by Amazon, is now available for Android devices running 2.0 and above. Similar to other comparison shopping applications, Amazon’s utility lets users scan barcodes,
Word on the street this morning is that Amazon is set to introduce a third model in their Android-based tablet line in the new year. Expected to arrive before the
Velocity Micro has slashed the price for their upcoming 8-inch Android tablet, according to details obtained by TechCrunch. The T408, first announced in early September, was unveiled with a $240
ASUS is a well known brand in the world of computer hardware, and now when we talk about Android tablets, we can’t continue without hearing the name ASUS mentioned once
Amazon’s recent announcement of their highly affordable Kindle Fire set the tablet world ablaze and it’s been reported that over 95,000 units were sold the first day of pre-orders. Are