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Not only are the Kindle Fire sales doing well, but the demand is getting higher.
Amazon hears the initial complaints for their Kindle Fire and look to address some of them with an update.
After some examination, it’s been discovered that the Kindle Fire doesn’t show its competitors’ ebook apps in the App Store. This is an interesting move by Amazon.
Amazon shout out an addendum to their Wednesday press release to include the fact that Hulu Plus will also be included in the Kindle Fire experience. As is the case
The Android Market alternative gets in-app purchases, faster downloads, and more.
A new press release touts big names such as EA, Rovio, Zynga, Facebook, Netflix, and Rhapsody.
At some point over the last week or so, Amazon posted a few common development question as it pertains to the new Kindle Fire. Will Android developers need to do
Amazon recently launched the Kindle Fire which is their first ever Android tablet and everyone is talking about it now a days. The price of the tablet is only $199
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is currently on stage in New York, giving us a rundown of all things Kindle. After looking back at the previous four year of success, he is
Last week Amazon began sending out invitations to a press event scheduled for September 28, in NYC. Although the invitation did not say what the event was for, almost everyone
In honor of winning five Emmy awards for their hit show, Transparent, Amazon is giving new Prime customers a great deal. Normally priced at $99, you can now sign up for
The end is finally here for Amazon’s push into the mobile phone market with the Fire Phone. The device has officially been cleared from Amazon’s shelves.
When it comes to Amazon releasing their own devices, it has been an up-hill battle. With the exception of the Echo and Kindle E-Readers, Amazon has yet to really find
While it may not seem like a big deal for the average consumer, it will allow developers to go ahead and test their apps on what will ultimately be the
Amazon today rolled out two new storage plans for customers to host their photos or media files online in its secure cloud. Available immediately, Amazon will offer a free three-month trial