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Amazon Instant Video app for the iPad launched

08/02/2012, Amazon might be in the tablet business with their Kindle range, but they are not that daft to exclude the possibility of catering to its rivals in the tablet market such as the iPad. Having said that, the Amazon Instant Video app for the iPad was launched...

Amazon Cloud Player updated

07/31/2012, Amazon also has a stake in the world of smartphone music, and earlier this morning, we talked about Spotify for Android getting an update that carries a personalized radio, and before lunch, there was word on Samsung rolling out their very own Samsung...

Amazon Kindle Fire might see price drop to $169

07/24/2012, While we do know that Amazon is working hard to roll out the spanking new Kindle Fire 2 to the masses later this fall, does that mean the original Kindle Fire will just die a quick death? Apparently not, as there are whispers going around that the...

AOL PLAY now for the Kindle Fire

07/24/2012, AOL’s music app, PLAY, has been available on Android and iOS devices for some time now, but not for folks with the Kindle Fire (unless they managed to sideload it of course) and today it has finally arrived. AOL announced a new version of PLAY for...

Amazon starts limiting free 3G on Kindles?

07/24/2012, For those of you who own a Kindle 3G, it looks like those days of free, unlimited web browsing have come to an end. According to reports online, some users are starting to receive 3G bandwidth cap warnings. Apparently users were just browsing with the...

Amazon to release six new Kindle Fire tablets?

07/23/2012, According to a statement by Staples’ president, Demos Parneros, Amazon has plans to introduce as many as six new Kindle Fire tablets. While some of you might be wondering – that’s a silly idea, and why would Amazon need six different...

Amazon introduces Warner Bros. TV shows to Prime Instant Video

07/20/2012, If you’re a subscriber of Amazon Prime Instant Video, we’ve got some good news for you – it looks like your video selection is about to get bigger. In an official press release today, Amazon announced its digital video license agreement...

Amazon rumored to be working on same-day delivery

07/13/2012, If there’s one disadvantage about shopping online it has to be the fact that you have to wait for what you want. Even though it’s so convenient to just buy what you want from the comfort of your own home, you usually have to spend a day or two...

Android Jelly Bean ported to Kindle Fire

07/11/2012, If you’ve got a Kindle Fire and you don’t feel like using Amazon’s customized version of Android – why not give it an upgrade to the latest version of Android? As usual, the folks over at XDA-Developers have worked their magic and...

Amazon smartphone in testing?

07/11/2012, We’ve heard rumors about an Amazon smartphone in the works, and the latest reports from the Wall Street Journal seem to corroborate with the story. According to them, Amazon is currently working with component suppliers in Asia to test a smartphone....

Amazon warehouse worker stole 160,000 in electronic goods

07/09/2012, Computers and personal electronics are some of the most highly targeted items for burglaries each year due to their popularity, small size, and high price. Companies that distribute electronics goods such as BestBuy or Amazon take huge precautionary...

Kindle Fire 2 to come in at least three new models

07/06/2012, Amazon’s Kindle Fire 2 models is rumored to arrive sometime this August, but here we are with whispers of the possibility of the Kindle Fire 2 coming in at least three flavors. This bit of juicy gossip hails from Richard Shim, an analyst at NPD...