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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire 2 spotted in new video

09/06/2012, About a week ago, a photo of a Kindle e-reader was leaked which many speculated is the upcoming Paperwhite device. Well it looks like the device can be semi-confirmed thanks to a a new video that was recently uploaded onto YouTube where the Paperwhite...

Amazon to debut Kindle smartphone later today? [Rumor]

09/06/2012, So Amazon will be holding an event today where presumably they will be showing off new Kindle e-readers and Kindle Fire devices, but according to The Verge’s sources, it seems that we could be in for a surprise. So far Amazon has released Kindle...

Amazon Kindle Fire 2 makes alleged log appearance

09/05/2012, We have heard about Amazon preparing new Kindle Fire tablets for the near future, especially after rumors of an iPad mini are being thrown about while Google’s Nexus 7 does seem to thrive pretty well in this market segment. Well, someone has tipped...

Amazon rumored to launch two 7″ Kindle Fire tablets

09/04/2012, Many believe that Amazon is set to release a larger Kindle Fire tablet this year, a 10” one to be exact. While Amazon has yet to confirm these rumors and make an official announcement, a recent report from CNET has suggested otherwise, claiming that...

Kindle Paperwhite leaked?

08/30/2012, Earlier this morning, there was an announcement from Amazon that their Kindle Fire e-reader was officially declared as ‘sold out‘, which can only mean one thing. Amazon is priming themselves to roll out something better and more advanced in...

Amazon Kindle Fire sold out

08/30/2012, The Kindle Fire from Amazon has been touted to be the top selling product on Amazon ever since it was launched 9 months ago, managing to capture up to 22% of the US tablet market along the way. Not only that, 10 out of the top 10 best-selling items on...

Amazon Appstore launches in Europe

08/30/2012, If you happen to live in the UK, Germany, France, Italy or Spain, then here is news for you. The Amazon Appstore has just launched in the named countries (confirming our earlier story), enabling majority of its European customers to be able to gain access...

Amazon Kindle Touch no longer in stock, gives birth to rumors

08/27/2012, For those of you who have carefully combed through numerous tech websites as well as purchased tech magazines for reviews on the Amazon Kindle Touch (whether it is the Wi-Fi only version or the 3G model), only to come to the conclusion that this is the...

Amazon September 6th press event to herald a new Kindle Fire?

08/23/2012, Amazon’s Kindle Fire has done pretty well for itself on the tablet front, especially in the smaller screen segment that has yet to be threatened by Apple’s presence, although all of that might change eventually with the release of the rumored iPad...

Amazon Glacier archiving service offers affordable storage

08/21/2012, It seems that hoarders are hoarders – whether we are talking about a physical or digital sense, you know for sure that some of us find it difficult to just let go of the past and throw stuff away. Those who feel that they can never have enough...

Larger Amazon Kindle Fire arrives at the FCC?

08/15/2012, What you see on the right could very well be a larger version of the Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon, where it has arrived in the form of an FCC filing by Amazon’s shell company, Harpers LLC. The filing does point towards a rather easy-on-the-eyes...

Amazon ships assault rifle instead of TV in delivery snafu

08/09/2012, I am quite sure that when you run an operation as large as Amazon’s, there are bound to be moments in your corporate history where there has been shipment to the wrong address, or even mixed up orders. However, how many orders were actually as...