Amazon has today revealed that its family of Kindles brought record sales between Black Friday and Cyber Monday for the third year running. But as usual, the retail giant won’t tell us exactly how many devices it has sold.
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Amazon is in the process of rolling out a rather hefty over-the-air update for both the Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX. The upgrade brings several new software features, including the integration of Goodreads, Smart Lookup, Wi-Fi print and enhanced enterprise features.
The popular U.S. operator, Verizon, has officially announced its first budget-friendly low-end 7-inch tablet, the Elipsis 7, which will ship running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The slate will be available to purchase from tomorrow Thursday, November 7, with the rather affordable price tag of $250 from the carrier’s official website.
Textbooks are now live on Play Books and can be found in a dedicated sub-section of the Play Books app or Webpage.
Amazon announced today that its Appstore now supports web apps, giving developers the ability to submit URLs for their HTML 5 web apps that will be offered to Kindle Fire and Amazon Appstore customers the same way native apps are offered.
For the last two years there has been a lot of speculation that Amazon is working on its own smartphone to go head-to-head with Apple and Samsung’s offerings.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Amazon Kindle Phone is real, and that it might come with a high-tech glasses-free 3D display.
Verizon has finally begun rolling out its Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The software makes a whole host of enhancements and introduces new features, including Multi Window, and the Samsung Smart Switch application for transferring data from your old device.
It’s been almost a year since Microsoft released its SmartGlass app for Android and iOS — and now it’s just become available on the Amazon App Store for the Kindle Fire.
Last year it seemed as though everyone was certain Amazon would follow up the success of the Kindle Fire with an Amazon branded smartphone to take on the iPhone. Instead, Jeff Bezos unleashed the Kindle Fire HD on the world.
The rumor mill is back with more Amazon smartphone rumors, as a new report claims Amazon is getting close to finishing its smartphone that will launch later this year.
Amazon’s first Kindle smartphone may be delayed until later this year as the company tackles production problems with manufacturing partner Foxconn, supply chain sources have revealed. The retail giant was hoping to launch the device during the second quarter of 2013, but it’s now unlikely to enter mass production until June.