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.
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.
If you’ve played SpellTower on iOS, you’ll know what a big deal this is. Zach Gage’s utterly unique and addictive take on word game play will launch on the Google Play Store this Thursday, March 7, 2013.
Amazon Instant Video is one of the best reasons to sign up for Amazon Prime. It’s not as good as Netflix yet, but it’s getting there, and it’s cheaper. To make things better, Amazon just announced that they’re adding A&E’s networks to Amazon Instant Video.
The licensing agreement between Amazon and A&E gives Prime Instant Video customers access to popular shows from A&E, bio, History, and Lifetime. So now you can watch all the shenanigans of Duck Dynasty right from your iPad or Kindle Fire.
If you’re buying your kid(s) a Kindle tablet this Christmas, then it may be worth checking out Kindle FreeTime, a new, “all-you-can-eat” subscription service from Amazon that’s designed specifically for those aged between three and eight. It provides unlimited access to apps, books, games, movies, and TV shows that are all curated for “age-appropriateness,” with content from the likes of DC Comics, Disney, Marvel, Nickelodeon, and more.
Yesterday, Amazon held an event to announce its new line of Kindles. They had some impressive features, decent specs, but best of all — an incredible price. If you don’t feel like reading all about it and would rather watch the video of yesterday’s event, you’re in luck. Amazon has uploaded the full video to YouTube as well as their press site. Don’t feel like switching pages? Then just watch is here after the break. Cheers!