A new generation of Kindle Fire tablets is expected to arrive in September, with insider sources claiming that the devices will feature better displays and a revamped design.
Even at the regular price, these tablets were well worth the money. Amazon has discounted them, though, making them even more attractive. Whether as as second tablet for the family or a first for you, the Kindle Fire HD is a great choice. The 7-inch screen is perfect for all use-case scenarios, and is perfect for little hands.
It may have taken Amazon quite a while since the initial unveiling, but now both the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ are available Canada.
Amazon has announced that the Kindle Fire HD 7 and 8.9 are now available in over 170 countries, while the company’s Appstore can be used by people in over 200 countries. Read on for more details!
Would the $199 Kindle Fire HD be a better tablet if it offered a full Android experience? CyanogenMod support might be on the way, but devs might need more help in doing hacks and tweaks.
The 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE will be available from AT&T retail stores starting from April 5. A 2-year agreement will get you a discount of up to $150
A new report claims that a $99 Kindle Fire HD could be in the works. The new hardware will supposedly feature a 7-inch 1280 x 800 resolution display and a TI processor.
How do you get the best deal for your money in the sub-10 inch small tablet market? What represents the ideal blend of features and quality at the right price? Let’s take a look.
Amazon announced today that they have acquired text-to-speech company Ivona. Could it mean competition for Google Now and Siri?
Have you always wanted to buy an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet but somehow still haven’t? Is it because you can’t stop hanging out at GameStop long enough to log on to Amazon.com and make your purchase? Well, today is your lucky day.
GameStop has just announced that it has started selling the Kindle Fire family of tablets “just in time for holiday shopping”.