Amazon has announced an update to their Fire OS. Sangria, or Fire OS 4, brings a handful of UI improvements, Firefly and more, check us out for all the particulars.
In celebration of a “boatload” of new apps, get the Amazon Fire TV for $15 off. That’s an Android powered set-top box with voice activated remote control, best part, you can use that $15 to buy new Android games to play on your TV.
There is another Kickstarter on the block, this time TVPRO is looking to be the first set-top box of its kind, bringing a 1080p HD webcam and built-in speakers to the smart TV experience.
Amazon is now extending an invitation to select customers, giving them the opportunity to try out the Fire TV absolutely free for 30-days.
Amazon announced today that it is expanding the Fire TV’s voice search to Hulu, Crackle and Showtime. Netflix is still noticeably absent from the list.
With Amazon throwing its hat into the media streaming ring, it’ll be interesting to see how it compares to the competition. Here’s a look at the Chromecast vs Fire TV!
Just a week after its launch, the new Amazon Fire TV has replaced Google’s Chromecast at the top of Amazon’s bestsellers list in the Electronics department.
Koushik Dutta just keeps adding features to his AllCast media streaming app, with support for Amazon’s brand new Fire TV added in the latest update.
Android TV has been rumored to be coming since last year and now it appears as though we have a very good and detailed leak. So say hello to Android TV!
This Friday Debate, we discuss the Fire TV. Amazon introduced their long rumored set-top-box this week, and it looks pretty impressive. Has Amazon gained the upper hand on Google by releasing the Fire TV? Is the Chromecast still a good deal now that the Fire TV is out?