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Hot on the heels of the Fire OS 4.1.1 update, Amazon is now pushing a new 4.5.1 update to the Kindle Fire tablet over the coming weeks.
The Sell on Etsy reader comes in the form of dongle that plugs into the audio port on a phone or a tablet, much like similar devices from Square, Amazon and PayPal.
Building a decent sub-$100 tablet is possible today, and recovering the cost of this over a couple of years – especially if it is tied to something such as Amazon Prime – is well within the realms of possibility.
Amazon has excited the technorati this week with the unveiling of its Fire phone. It’s based on the Fire OS used on the Kindle Fire HDX tablet. This is a good move as Fire is better than Android for the majority of consumers.
Since picking up the latest tablet from Amazon I regularly get asked what I think about it. This is my take on using the Kindle Fire HDX for both work and play.
Baby Timer TWINS is a simple, easy-to-use timer that lets you know how long it has been since your baby has performed certain activities,...
Amazon has added features to its latest tablet to make it enterprise friendly. This third-party case with a keyboard completes the package.
The larger HDX tablet boasts some impressive specs and Amazon fans will feel right at home, although others may miss the wider range of apps found elsewhere. Business users will enjoy its e-reader capabilities.
The office supply chain will also have an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet available for $79.99.
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Amazon has raised the bar in the tablet space with its competitively priced new Kindle Fire HDX tablet line. Having been officially announced, when can you actually get one and for how much?
The Kindle Fire represents a real threat to the Android tablet landscape not because of the Amazon logo, but because of its highly disruptive pricing.
Having recently bought and shared first impressions of the Asus VivoTab tablet with laptop dock, it's fitting to explain why it's on its way back to Amazon.
Apple leads customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power, but Amazon's low cost has the Kindle Fire franchise creeping up. Samsung, Asus and Acer fall below the average satisfaction score.
Could Amazon break the deep-rooted psychological $100 price point with the Kindle Fire HD? And if it can, what effect would this have on the Android tablet market?
Like the Pillar of Fire in the Old Testament, Amazon drops its own Finger of God on Google and its Android tablet OEMs during Passover season in the form of a reduced-price Kindle Fire HD.
International distribution of the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD is also likely to boost sales for Amazon's tablet as a shopping kiosk business model.
For the third time in three months, the online retailer reduces pricing on its biggest tablet, this time as part of a Valentine's Day promotion.
Amazon Web Services is freshening up its management console for mobile users with a new tablet-optimized interface as well as an Android smartphone app.
The computer maker is planning to undercut the pricing of the Amazon Kindle Fire and other 7-inch competitors with a new model next year, but there are no official plans to bring it to the U.S. It could also introduce a less expensive Intel-based Windows 8 tablet.
Amazon has finally launched in Brazil, a huge potential emerging market, after weeks of speculation that the retail giant would start up in the region. The Kindle Store is now open, and tablets are on the way.
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