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The cloud turned tablet giant touts new enterprise features for the bring-your-own-device crowd for its next-generation range of Kindle Fire HD and Fire HDX tablets.
Developers will be able to use Corona Labs' software development kit to build 2D apps on Microsoft's Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, in addition to iOS, Android, Kindle and Nook, starting in 2014.
VMware recently introduced a Mac version of VMware View, its Windows desktop virtualization product, as well as clients for Kindle Fire and Linux. In addition, the company updated its View client software for iPad.
Better PDF support coming to Kindle hardware and software.
Web giant now offers hardware, software and content for Android users, but since it makes its own devices and has limited global presence, hardware vendors have little reason to partner the Kindle maker, note analysts.
Amazon's Silk 'cloud-accelerated' web browser is a game changer.
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.
Amazon has rolled out a software update for its Kindle designed to improve readability, sharing and eliminating quirks such as a wacky page number scheme. Here's a quick review of the new features.
Attention Kindle owners ... a new software update is out that might be of interest to you!
For all of you Kindle owners out there, it's time for another firmware update. Originally announced in April for a late May release, Amazon will be rolling out software version 2.5 over the next few weeks.
Asus and Amazon have just announced a partnership that will see the Kindle for PC software pre-installed on a number of Asus netbooks and laptops.
Facebook is continuing its plan to take over the world not just via the Internet, but one gadget at a time. This time, it's with the Amazon Kindle, which will get both Facebook and Twitter functionality in the next software update.
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...
Developers, get ready: Amazon has just announced the Kindle Development Kit for building active content for their world-famous e-book reader.
At last, the Amazon Kindle is to launch in the UK - and around a hundred other countries. This ebook reader has attracted a lot of attention in the US, as much for its business model as for its hardware and software (which are on a par with a rather brain-dead smartphone).
The Free Software Foundation has a new campaign - Defective by Design - and an online petition over Amazon's Orwellian take-back of "1984" from Kindle customers. Sign it here:We believe in a way of life based on the free exchange of ideas, in which books have and will continue to play a central role.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I discuss this week's "Jackdotting" effect on content distribution networks, Google's Chrome OS, The price reduction on the Amazon Kindle 2 and talk with Jay Botelho of WildPackets, the network analysis and forensics software company.Click Here to Listen to the July 10, 2009 Frugal Friday Podcast.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I discuss Google's downtime, Twitter's @reply policy changes and backpedaling, the COOL-ER eReader as possible Kindle Killer and talk with Rob Ellison, CEO of CUCKU, the social backup software for Windows.Click here to listen to the podcast.
I just posted about the Amazon Kindle iPhone application availability and now I'll take you on a walk through the software and let you also see how it works with a Kindle 2 device. As you can see in my image gallery the software is easy to use and gives you all your Kindle ebook content on the iPhone. I am not sure if newspapers or magazines are supported yet, but plan to try that out soon as well. You can see in the video how the Whispersync technology keeps the Kindle 2 and iPhone in sync so no matter where you are or what device you have with you at the moment (Kindle or iPhone) you can always maintain your current location in your book.
The availability of the Kindle 2 was the big tech news of the week and James, Kevin, and I chatted about my Kindle 2 and our thoughts on the new ebook reader in MobileTechRoundup show #163. We also chatted about the ebook options on the iPhone and other mobile devices, including Stanza and eReader. Priced Android apps are also now available, but it sure seems like hardware and software is progressing slowly here. James introduced a new freeware, Doubletwist, that actually looks like a lifesaver for me and all my mobile devices as it brings you the capability to transfer media content from your Mac to a number of mobile devices, with conversion integrated in the software. BTW, DVD Jon is a part of this software so that tells you something.
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