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Unbrick your Kindle Fire

01/06/2012, Now this is going to be a wee bit technical, and those who do not have the intestinal fortitude might want to give it a pass. For folks who have decided to root their Kindle Fire, by installing the FireFireFire bootloader and TWRP custom recovery, having...

Amazon Kindle Fire Silk browser ported to other devices

01/03/2012, In case you didn’t already know, Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet comes with its very own web browser: Silk, which is touted to improve surfing speeds by compressing web sites before sending them to your device. This means pages will be smaller,...

“Millions” of Kindle Fire tablets sold

12/29/2011, If any Android device manufacturer has a reason to celebrate this holiday season, I guess it would be Amazon. The company announced today that 2011 was “the best holiday ever” for the Kindle family because of the millions of Kindle devices...

Android 4.0 runs on Kindle Fire

12/26/2011, Just what is one of the hot selling Android 4.0 powered tablets in the market? Surely the name Kindle Fire would never have crossed your mind, and for good reason, too. After all, the Kindle Fire does not run on Google’s Android operating system in...

Amazon allows Wattpad on the Kindle Fire

12/22/2011, We’ve previously mentioned that Amazon followed the console business model, of selling hardware cheap and recouping its losses by selling content, when it came to the Kindle Fire and one of its methods of making money is from eBooks sold on the...

Amazon stops playing hide and seek with rival apps on Kindle Fire

12/22/2011, Amazon seems to have a rather cheeky streak to them, as they have finally stopped hiding e-reading apps from rival companies such as Wattpad, Kobo and Bluefire on the Kindle Fire, never mind the fact that those e-reading apps worked just fine. Wattpad was...

Anomaly: Warzone Earth ported to the Kindle Fire

12/22/2011, How would you describe dedication? How about working for a couple of weeks, being fueled by nothing but plenty of caffeine and a whole lot of passion? This is what 11 bit studios’ lead programmer Bartosz Brzostek experienced, where for a couple of...

Kindle Fire: how to prevent automatic updates

12/22/2011, Amazon’s latest update for the Kindle Fire is said to remove root access and disable the SuperOneClick root method – something that definitely upset a number of Kindle Fire users. The worst part is, Amazon doesn’t give you a choice when it...

Amazon offers free two-day shipping on all Kindles this Christmas

12/20/2011, If you’re running out of ideas on what to purchase for your friends and family for this year’s Christmas, Amazon has got some suggestions for you – namely its popular eBook reader, the Kindle. The company announced today in a press release...

Amazon Kindle Fire 6.2.1 update rolls out

12/19/2011, In the earlier days, hardware rarely received firmware updates that improve its performance or fixes some bugs, but as time progressed, software and firmware updates have become so commonplace, nay, often mandatory, to prolong the lifespan of a particular...

Amazon Kindles burn up the sales charts

12/15/2011, Or so we are led to believe, as Amazon has more or less rolled out the actual figure of how many Kindles the company has moved overall. Their most recent announcement says, “for the third week in a row, customers are purchasing well over 1 million...

Amazon works on Kindle Fire updates

12/12/2011, The Amazon Kindle Fire might be the best selling tablet from Amazon to date, climbing up – nay, positively burning up the sales charts and for good reason, too – it is compact, highly portable and functional to boot. Well, having said that,...

Install Google Currents on the Kindle Fire

12/09/2011, Yesterday, Google has launched Google Currents (iOS/Android download here), a new publishing platform that lets users read web news like they would with an electronic magazine. Unfortunately, Amazon Kindle Fire owners have quickly realized that Currents...

Dodocase for the Kindle Fire now available

12/08/2011, Tablet and e-reader owners are probably familiar with the Dodocase, a protective casing for your gadgets that was designed to resemble a hard cover book, thus giving others the illusion that you have your nose buried deep in a book instead of playing...