Amazon announced on Friday (April 26) an update to the Kindle app for Android which sees a number of new features and improvements. Most notably, the tablet experience looks more like the Kindle Fire experience with a carousel. Other changes include redesigned home screen, …
One of our favorite uses for an Android tablet is to put that thing into portrait mode and read digital copies of our magazines and newspapers. Well, to be fair, landscape mode isn’t so bad either. We simply love not having to lug around all …
Amazon today announced that its popular and rather cool X-Ray service has expanded into the realm of television. Ever find yourself watching a TV show and wondering, “Where have I seen that guy before”? This is the sort of app and feature that answers those …
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Amazon seems to be on a tablet price slashing spree lately, and the latest news seems to continue the trend. According to techcrunch.com, it is rumored that a $99 Kindle Fire 7″ tablet is in production, and will be shipping this year. The new Kindle Fire …
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Amazon, wanting to differentiate its tablet experience from others in the space, has launched a new service geared toward children ages 3-8. Called Kindle Freetime Unlimited, it allows kids access to an ever-growing assortment of content that includes games, apps, videos, and (of course) books.
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 all know that when we are talking about a device with so much potential and …
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 and it’s a 7-Inch tablet with a dual-core processor, and I was really surprised when …
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 starting to unveil new products and features. On such feature is expected to be the …
It’s been a long wait, but we could finally be less than one week away from Amazon officially entering the Android tablet space. According to various outlets, Amazon is sending out invitations to a a press event to be held on September 28th at 10:00 …
Amazon, making good on promises from back in the spring, has started up their library lending service for Kindle. Beginning today, those of you with a Kindle or a phone/tablet with the free Kindle app can borrow books from your library. These books can be …
Details for the long-awaited Amazon tablet emerged late last week, giving us our best, most descriptive features and expectations to date. TechCrunch blogger MG Siegler was able to spend time with the device and has provided a very thorough walkthrough of the tablet, which sounds …
Amazon has rolled out a new version of their Kindle application today, optimizing it for Honeycomb tablets. Taking advantage of the fragments and split screen capabilities in Android3.0, the free reader app works much better on larger screens. New details include enhanced work look-up, ability …
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is finalizing and releasing their eBook service later this month in the U.S.
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