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Amazon might deliver Kindle to Japan this year

10/21/2011, It seems that Amazon could very well make sure their latest Kindle store will be delivered to the Land of the Rising Sun as early as the end of 2011, at least that is what Japanese newspaper Nikkei Business Daily and wire service Jiji Press claim. At...

Kindle 3 software update

10/17/2011, Amazon has had a pretty successful launch of their Kindle 4 devices, but that does not mean with the new being introduced, the old is discarded. No sir, the company still has the heart of Kindle 3 device owners in mind, where they recently busted out the...

Amazon Locker package delivery system activated in New York City

10/17/2011, Amazon.com has finally kick stated their spanking new Amazon Locker package delivery system right in the heart of New York City, which further expands on a test that originally started in its hometown of Seattle. Basically, this online checkout system...

Amazon Silk Web Browser raises privacy concerns

10/14/2011, We’ve previously mentioned that Amazon’s Silk Web Browser isn’t exactly new technology – Opera has been doing it for years now. While the latter company has gone about its business without raising any concerns, it looks like Amazon...

“iPad mini” in the works to compete with the Kindle Fire?

10/12/2011, While Amazon’s Kindle Fire has yet to be put to the test (its release is on the 15th of November), it has done rather well for itself in terms of pre-order sales, with reports last week that it managed to hit the 250,000 mark (we expect it’s probably...

Amazon’s Kindle Fire accused of patent infringement

10/10/2011, The Amazon Kindle Fire was announced a few weeks back, and with a launch scheduled for the 15th of November, it looks like the tablet is under fire for allegedly infringing upon patents belonging to Smartphone Technologies whose parent company is Acacia...

Amazon opens French Kindle Store

10/07/2011, For those living in France and were looking forward to getting on board Amazon’s Kindle, the good news is that the company has finally opened a French Kindle Store, adding to the list of stores outside of the US. For those living outside of France, not...

Disable ads on your Kindle e-reader for $30

10/06/2011, The Kindle 3 was offered to the public at a very affordable rate. For Kindle 3 owners, you’re probably aware that in order to enjoy the $30 subsidy for your e-reader device, you’ve had to put up with rather annoying advertisements. The good news is...

Best Buy drops HTC Flyer further down to $100 (Updated)

10/06/2011, A couple of days ago we reported that Best Buy had dropped the price of the HTC Flyer down to $300. It’s unsure as to why Best Buy made that decision, although many are thinking that it’s probably due to how cheap the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet is, and...

Amazon WhisperSync to take on iCloud?

10/05/2011, Amazon’s WhisperSync is one of Kindle’s most useful features: the ability to pick up and continue reading a book where you left off despite reading it previously on a different device is a big deal for a lot of people. With Amazon’s...

Kindle Touch 3G does not do 3G Web browsing

10/03/2011, As a consumer, I am clearly incensed to know that a particular device that I purchased has been restricted in some ways – and this is within reasonable means of course, as electronically limiting the speed in my car is understandable, but to have...

Amazon selects Foxconn to manufacture rumored 10-inch tablet

09/30/2011, Amazon might have set the tech world ablaze with their recent tablet announcement, which is the Amazon Kindle Fire (check out our hands-on), and we have word that the company’s next tablet which is a 10.1″ model that is tipped to roll out next...

Amazon Silk Browser arriving on desktop computers in the future?

09/29/2011, Amazon’s Silk browser that made its debut yesterday at the announcement of the Fire tablet surprised a lot of people (despite the fact that Opera has been doing it for some time already). But just in case you weren’t up to speed about...

New Amazon Kindle readers: first impressions

09/28/2011, Amazon has reinvented the e-reader/tablet and the Web browser with its $199 Kindle Fire, an Android-based e-reader/tablet with a 7-inch touch LCD screen and running its own special version of Android, and re-asserted itself in the e-ink e-reader market...