12/07/2011, Amazon’s Kindle Fire received the CyanogenMod 7 ROM not too long ago, but if CM7 isn’t your thing or if you were more interested in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the good news is that a developer on the XDA forums is currently working on porting Ice Cream Sandwich over onto the Kindle Fire tablet.
12/05/2011, Some strange issues have cropped up with Amazon’s debut tablet, the Kindle Fire. According to reports online, and even Amazon’s own Kindle forum – quite a number of users have complained about their tablets having trouble connecting to WiFi networks. Other people have complained about the tablet being able to connect to WiFi networks, but they weren’t able to access the internet. However it looks like all hope is not […]
11/30/2011, If you own a Kindle Fire, you might have noticed that Amazon has started pushing out a software update for the tablet today. In fact the update could already be installed and you don’t know it yet. The Kindle Fire has been configured to automatically download and install the update over a WiFi connection without any user intervention and there seems to be no way to prevent your device from […]
11/29/2011, CyanogenMod 7 (CM) is one of the most popular Android custom ROMs around and it’s available on a large number of devices – both phones and tablets. Well, if you own an Amazon Kindle Fire we’ve got some good news for you – the device has recently been added to the list of devices that support CM7. As usual, the CM7 build is still in its early stages, but if […]
11/29/2011, If you like the idea of accessing files on your desktop computer from your tablet, you’re probably familiar with Splashtop Remote Desktop. The app that’s currently available on most tablets out there has one more device to add to its repertoire – Amazon’s hot-selling Kindle Fire tablet. Remote Desktop turns the Kindle Fire into a device that’s capable of more than just consuming content – it basically turns your tablet […]
11/28/2011, When the Kindle Fire was first announced, it was no surprise that this Amazon-content devouring device would be a hit. Especially for consumers who already get their digital content from Amazon – why not do it on a device that was specifically designed to do so? Well, just as expected, Amazon has made an announcement today, praising the Kindle Fire for being the best selling product across all of Amazon.com […]
11/22/2011, So you just splurged on a new smartphone, but now that you’ve seen the Amazon Kindle Fire you can’t help but wish you saved for that instead. Well not to worry because it seems that a way has been discovered by XDA forum members that would allow you to transplant the Kindle Fire onto the original Samsung Galaxy Tab.
11/21/2011, Due to popular demand, here’s a how-to for those who want to install any Android apps on the Amazon Kindle Fire. For those who know a bit about Android, it’s really easy. To give you some context, although it runs on Android, the Amazon Kindle Fire only have access to the Amazon App Market, and not to the regular Android Market, which contains more applications. Just follow these easy steps […]
11/21/2011, A market research from ChangewaveReserch concludes that the Kindle Fire is the most significant development since the original iPad. According to them, the Kindle Fire would be the second most-wanted tablet for this holiday – at least, in terms of “intention”. And that’s why we should take this with a grain of salt: intention may be different from actual purchase.
11/21/2011, In this Kindle Fire Review, we are going over its usage model, the dual cloud+local storage and other elements that define the Kindle fire as a mobile portal to Amazon
11/21/2011, Amazon released their brand new 7” Kindle Fire tablet not too long ago, and we know that Amazon has more tablets in the works (and a smartphone too if the rumors are to be believed). These upcoming tablets will be larger than 7” and are supposedly in the 8.9” and 10.1” variety. A recent report by Digitimes has revealed that if you were looking forward to a larger Kindle Fire […]
11/17/2011, It seems that the recently released Kindle Fire from Amazon has had some Wi-Fi issues – according to complaints made over at Amazon’s support forums. Some of the owners do report spotty connectivity (basically that means a connection that drops and gets back with the program on and off in a random manner), disconnections, or even being unable to hook up to a perfectly legitimate Wi-Fi hotspot in the first […]
11/17/2011, A few days ago we reported that Amazon’s Kindle Fire would allow the sideloading of apps outside of Amazon’s own app store, but now it seems that for those who want the Android Market installed on their Kindle Fire will be able to do so, however the kicker is that they will need to root their Kindle Fire and install a new UI in order for Android Market to show […]
11/16/2011, There have been many claims of iPad killers by tablet manufacturers in the past, but it appears that Amazon’s latest offering of the 7” Kindle Fire might actually do it. It seems that investors are worried about Apple’s iPad, claiming that demands for the highly popular tablet are starting to slow down.