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There have been rumors floating around for a bit now about Amazon working on a so-called “Kindle Phone”. Now, the Wall Street Journal is reporting the same thing, adding coals
Amazon is readying an Android smartphone for release in 2012, according to Bloomberg.
Will Amazon raise the bar for Android tablets yet again this fall? Bet on it.
When Amazon launched the Kindle Fire, they actually made a big breakthrough in the tablet market, bringing a tablet with so much potential and a small price tag. And we
Consumers in UK, Spain, Italy, France, and Germany will soon have access to the Amazon Appstore.
The popular Flick series of games gets Kindle Fire optimization.
Today’s free app/game from Amazon is an official tie-in for DreamWorks Animation’s new movie, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted. Regularly priced at $3.99, the Madagascar 3 Movie Storybook Android application is available for free
Amazon Kindle Fire users with HBO accounts are encouraged to check out the Appstore today. The on-demand awesomeness that is HBO Go is now available is available for the 7-inch
Amazon has today announced that in-app purchases are now enabled for apps and games in the Amazon Appstore. If you’re a developer looking to monetize your title, Amazon’s new service
When it comes to a successor to the Kindle Fire, it’s not a question of whether or not Amazon will release one this year. Rather, the question seems to be
BGR is claiming that the next Kindle Fire is only months from production, and that it’s poised to be bigger, badder, and a whole lot faster. Rumor has it
Amazon updated their Kindle app for Android this week, adding in support for a wider assortment of illustrated children’s books, graphic novels, and comic books. It’s now possible to access
Google is expected to offer even more content with their newly branded Play initiative.
For the majority of users, the Android Market is the place to go for apps, games, and books. The Amazon Appstore is one third-party app market that is actually holding
Android Tablets are quickly catching up with iPads and TabClones for market shares, and we have our non-Google 7-inch powerhouse the Kindle Fire to thank. It’s blazed past all competitors