Will Amazon raise the bar for Android tablets yet again this fall? Bet on it.
Looking to pick up an Amazon Kindle Fire but don’t wanna spend $200 in the process? Why don’t you jump all over this deal then? Normally selling for $169 from
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
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Not only are the Kindle Fire sales doing well, but the demand is getting higher.
Last night on the weekly podcast, we discussed the Amazon Kindle Fire and the new Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet, or, the artist formerly known as the NOOK Color.
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
We know that only one of today’s Amazon announcements is Android-related and partial at that. Still, we felt compelled to share the full press announcements for you guys and gals
Could Amazon be adding a bunch of digital magazines to their repertoire in anticipation of their Android tablet launch? It certainly looks that way. According to a website called Beyond
The rumors around Amazon’s Android-based tablet get a little more concrete as DigiTimes tosses some additional details into the mix. According to their sources, Quanta Computer recently received OEM orders
There is an interesting idea presented in a post over at the New York Times blog system, talking about the fact that Amazon has posted five new job openings, looking
Google has announced Google Books this morning on their blog, and it breaks into the market with many notable features.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is finalizing and releasing their eBook service later this month in the U.S.
Amazon.com announced earlier this morning that they have released an updated version of the popular eReader application for Android. Readers can now enjoy a handful of new features including voice search within a book, highlighting and note taking, and Wikipedia lookup.
As you likely know by now, we have this little podcast thing that we do every Thursday night here at AndroidGuys. Well, it’s become pretty popular as of late… so