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Products in peril: Amazon is downsizing its hardware projects

A new report by The Wall Street Journal indicates Amazon is consolidating Lab126, its hardware development arm. Let's take a closer look at the issue.
by Matthew BensonAugust 27, 20157

Amazon updates Kindle for Android app, adds X-Ray and flash cards

Amazon has released an update to its Kindle app for Android. The new version adds lots of new features including support for X-Ray enabled books.
by Gary SimsDecember 9, 2014

Amazon’s 4th generation of tablets announced, new Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 and more

Along with the new Amazon Fire OS 4, announced today were 5 new devices, including the new Amazon Fire HDX 8.9, new Amazon Fire HD and Fire HD Kids Edition. Pre-orders are open now, be ...
by Jonathan FeistSeptember 18, 20147

New Amazon Kindle tablet render, courtesy of @evleaks

This image seems to be from the Kindle lineup, but not HD. The current Fire tablet has no front facing camera, and this pic doesn’t seem to have one either.
by Nate SwannerSeptember 16, 20132

New Kindle tablets shown in leaked pics

The design appears a bit more subtle than the previous model, with the smooth backing broken up only by the Amazon logo. The speakers also move toward the top, but not forward facing.
by Nate SwannerSeptember 11, 20134

Reports suggest new Amazon Kindle devices will be metal, coming in late August

There is, of course, no official word from Amazon, but some interesting clues hint to a new device. According to Chinese site UDN, Amazon has awarded an RFP for one million tablet ...
by Nate SwannerJuly 15, 20133

Is Amazon developing a phone with 3D display technology?

This falls into a larger hardware push by Amazon, who is also reportedly working on a set-top box for streaming content. We’ve also heard of a smartphone that had no 3D capability, so ...
by Nate SwannerMay 9, 20135

App Update Roundup: AirDroid 2, Chrome Beta, Kindle, and Moviefone

Android apps AirDroid 2, Chrome Beta, Kindle, and Moviefone have received updates this week, so let's take a look at what's been fixed and what's brand new.
by Robert TriggsApril 26, 20131

Amazon updates Kindle app in a big way

The most startling difference is the UI. It has become more gesture based, with the double-carousel on the home screen. The top is your content, both in the cloud and device, and the ...
by Nate SwannerApril 25, 20131

Amazon working on Kindle streaming box, claims new report

We already have Kindle e-readers, tablets and in the not-too-distant future possibly a smartphone. What about Kindle TV? According to a new report from Bloomberg, a Kindle set-top box ...
by Andrew GrushApril 24, 20131
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