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Since getting the bigger iPhone, the Kindle Fire HDX has been gathering dust.
The Kindle Fire, iPhone, and Samsung S4 show how upstarts have outpaced and out thought the dinosaurs of enterprise tech. The big question now is whether there can be any way back.
Bored with your iPad case? New Surface, new cover? Check out these geeeky tablet covers and be different.
Taiwanese electronics manufacturing giant, which produces various high-tech devices including Apple iPhone and Amazon Kindle, is evaluating Detroit and Los Angeles, among other cities, as potential sites.
Did you bring your coat? You may need it, as you wait in the cold for the warmth of the next Kindle Fire, or the possibility that the next iPhone may be delayed.
The Washington Post has brought its Social Reader Facebook app to Google's Android, Apple's iOS (iPhone and iPod touch), and Amazon's Kindle Fire.
There most common gamification platform may be your standard PC web browser, typically accessed via a laptop or desktop computer, but every new piece of personal tech hardware has the potential to open up new avenues. For example, mobile phones and tablets such as the iPad have had some gamification success, especially when it comes to GPS-powered location-specific game features, such as check-ins at a specific place.
The BYOD revolution, Amazon's Kindle Fire and - you guessed it - iPhone 5 hype...
Not a day goes by when someone doesn't email or post a TalkBack to complain about my personal use (and advocation of) of 'closed' hardware and software. iPhone. iPod. Windows Phone. iPad. Kindle. TomTom. Windows. Mac. iTunes. Audible.com. The list of closed systems that are supposedly 'verboten' to both use and mention seems endless.Wanna know something? I don't care.
The MoTR gang enjoyed talking about the latest in mobile tech, including the iPhone 4, new Kindle, EVO 4G update, Microsoft's tablet plans, and more.
At approximately 4PM EST, June 29 2010, Amazon's web services for purchasing items using browsers, the Kindle and iPad/iPhone/Android mobile web apps collapsed.
Are the features on the new iPhone app a sign of things to come on the actual hardware-based Kindle?
Amazon has sweetened up the Kindle application that runs on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch with some extra multimedia support.
Amazon announced today that it was opening up its Kindle reader device to 3rd party applications to be distributed later this year in the Kindle Store.This news was just one more in a string of announcements from platform vendors large and small that they're getting the message: The app store model that Apple has proved so successfully with the iPhone is becoming the next frontier when it comes to next-generation software distribution that creates clear value for both customers and companies alike.What will then mean for software distribution models of the future? You can bet they will look a lot like the Apple App Store...
A delay for Nook shipments, a fine for eBay in French courts and Kindle sales are among the top headlines.
Amazon is making its Kindle electronic book service more accessible by launching a new free app for Windows PCs. The new app will let users download and read ebooks on their computer, and, like the iPhone app, it will sync with Kindle readers.
One of the weaknesses of the Amazon Kindle is the inability to read books on anything other than a Kindle or iPhone/iPod touch. That will be changing soon though as Microsoft showed off an Amazon Kindle reader on Windows PCs at the Windows 7 launch event. I still think the B&N Nook beats the Kindle for a number of reasons, but this is one less advantage the Nook has over the Kindle.
The media is abuzz with reports that Apple is working on a tablet device (the latest is from the Financial Times) that could be like the iPhone or iPod Touch on steroids. While the thought is that an "iTablet" would be a netbook-killing (and Kindle-killing) device, it could eliminate another product: Apple TV.
Updated: Barnes & Noble has outlined its answer for Amazon's Kindle: A partnership with Plastic Logic, which will launch an eReader in early 2010, and plans to open its e-book sales to multiple platforms.In a statement Monday, Barnes & Noble said its e-book store will allow customers to buy books and read them on the iPhone, iPod touch, BlackBerry and Windows and Mac PCs.
Business Intelligence provider MicroStrategy said today that it will make its business reports and dashboards accessible through Amazon's Kindle DX reader, bringing one of the first business tools to a device that's been mostly defined by its ability to display electronic books.The company already has an iPhone/iPod Touch app to allow mobile access to reports and the dashboard.
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