The Amazon Fire Phone has now officially landed on AT&T’s network, priced at $200 with contract. Can Amazon Prime integration and the new 3D interface be enough to win over consumers?
KomoNews This site has discussed patent trolls a number of times. Now, it is time to give some love to trademark trolls. In the last few months, we have seen a company trademark “candy” and then sue others who used the word “candy” on their sites/products. Now, we have Amazon suing those with the word “fire” on their site. Over the last few months, Amazon has released a Fire Phone, Fire tablet and Fire TV. So, it makes perfect business sense for Amazon to file for an “Amazon Fire” trademark. Amazon also filed and received the trademark for the word “Fire” by itself….
Amazon has a couple new games built specifically for the Fire Phone in the Game Studio. Check out the game trailers here and get ready to rock a new way to play games.
The simplest way to describe Kindle Unlimited is “Netflix for books.” Pay $9.99 a month and get access to 600,000 titles in Amazon’s collection, including current best-sellers and classics, as well as 2,000 audiobooks available on Audible.
Remember the Amazon Fire phone? We kinda forget about it, to be honest, as we haven’t really heard anything about it since Jeff Bezos showed it to the world on June 8. With a week to go the phone’s exclusive launch on AT&T, Amazon is now beginning its Fire phone marketing push with a TV commercial that highlights one of the biggest perks that come with the device – one “free” year of Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime, normally going for $99/year, includes free two-day shipping for many Amazon items, an ebook per month, movies, and a music streaming service. Having…
We know many of you have been begging for Amazon Prime Instant Video to come to Android, and your prayers may have just been answered. Get ready!
Multimedia and flashy devices sell, but the popular online retailer is not ignoring what could be the only market they have a true foothold on – ebooks.
The Photive Cyren normally goes for $119.95 on Amazon, but you can get now it for a very inviting $39.95 with free shipping.
The original project leader of Google Glass, and one of its founding fathers, has now left Google for Amazon.
Looking for an Android (well, sort of) tablet on the cheap? Retailer Newegg, through its eBay store, is offering the 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX for an attractive $149.