The Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire have both accelerated the growth of 7-inch tablets, with many manufacturers jumping in on the act. But is the success of 7-inch tablets a threat to their 10-inch brothers?
Amazon is reportedly working on a high-end 10.1-inch Kindle Fire model, at least that’s one analyst seems to believe. Will it be an iPad and Nexus 10 competitor? Read on to find out!
Microsoft’s Xbox SmartGlass app is now available as a free download from the Amazon Appstore for Kindle Fire tablet versions.
Corona Labs has made its LUA based Corona SDK free for developers to create and publish apps in Google Play, Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
You gotta love free stuff, right? That’s what AT&T is betting on. AT&T is now offering the choice between a Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, Sonos Play:3 or an Xbox for customers that package internet service with U-Verse TV or Voice.
Amazon is said to be having issues sticking to its initial roadmap that pegged the Amazon smartphone for production in Q2 2013. When will we actually get to see it?
Carphone Warehouse is offering a perfect opportunity to anyone who wants to try an Amazon tablet and the rich content ecosystem that comes with it.
There are probably hundreds of ways you can rank the best and worst tablets around. Most of you do it by display size and crispness, performance or build quality, but how about repairability?
A mobile industry analyst has made calculations to come up with sales figures of the Google Nexus 7 and compared it with sales of the Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle Fire.
A new report says that Google may generate $5 billion in revenue this year from Google Search and mobile ads on tablets only.