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 you paying attention tablet manufacturers? Those are some impressive numbers and Amazon seems to agree …
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 …
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 immediately thought “Amazon Tablet.” While we were all expecting a tablet announcement, it wasn’t until …
Android tablets are becoming more common each and every day and a lot of people are showing their interests in them. Tablets have been around for a long time but the breakthrough was when Apple launched the iPad, and now, the iPad feels like history …
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 …
Amazon, on their way to global Android domination, has been found to have expanded the reach of its Appstore. Word on the street is that the app can be downloaded, installed, and work properly in a number of new territories. The first few countries reporting …
Today’s the long-anticipated day that the Motorola Droid Bionic hit Verizon shelves around the country. Officially announced just yesterday, the new hotness will set you back a cool $300 with a two-year service agreement? Well, that is if you go through the carrier. AmazonWireless has …
Just weeks before their much-anticipated Android-based tablet, Amazon has renewed their call for developers. To sweeten the pot a bit, the online retail behemoth is giving a one-time $50 promo code, good for use on specific Amazon Web Service. AWS offers Android developers a number …
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, long rumored to be prepping a pair of Android-based tablets for this fall, may actually be dropping only one in 2011. According to new details out of DigiTimes, the dual-core 7-inch ‘Coyote’ tablet is still on track for this year however the quad-core 10-inch …
The much beloved — or hated, or only-use-for-one-reason — Amazon App Store is currently receiving an update to version 1.15 which brings users some bug fixes and other cool new features. The update isn’t just important for consumers this time, it’s also handy for developers …
I’m sure I am not the only one to do this, I but check the Amazon App Store every morning just to see what the free app of the might be. Amazon always seems to have the best apps for free and today is no …
AmazonWireless.com is offering up some incredible deals this week for customers looking to grab the new Droid X2 or Droid 3 from Verizon. This week sees the online retailer drastically discounting the touch-only Droid X2 for $59.99 with qualifying two-year contracts. If a sliding QWERTY …
There is more news this morning about the worst kept secret in the Android world this year; the upcoming Android tablet that Amazon is planning on launching to take advantage of it’s strong Android ecosystem that it has deployed. Could we see it as soon as October?
There has been a tsunami of hate that has been flowing towards Netflix with their announcement that they will be raising their fees on rate plans that include both streaming and DVD’s in the mail. In essence, Netflix has doubled their fees if you want to both stream and receive DVD’s as well.
I have read post after post, comment after comment blasting Netflix about this decision. People saying that they are leaving the service, that they have had enough and taking their money elsewhere. (Where might I ask?) I have seen people say that Netflix’s timing is bad because the economy is struggling.
My response? You are all insane to think that this was not coming.
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