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Amazon Kindle Fire is easy to fix

11/15/2011, I guess in another alternate timeline, the folks over at iFixit will most probably make up one of the most efficient pit crew in racing – after all, they certainly did not lose any time to take the Kindle Fire apart so soon after it was released....

Amazon Kindle Fire tablet ships out today

11/14/2011, Great news for those of you looking forward to getting your hands on Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire tablet – Amazon has announced that it will be shipping the tablet today, one day ahead of schedule (it was supposed to ship out on November 15th)....

Amazon Kindle Fire will get Hulu Plus as well

11/11/2011, So Barnes & Noble launched their brand new Nook Tablet and it will come loaded up with Hulu Plus along with Netflix. Now it looks like their competitor, Amazon with their Kindle Fire, have just announced that the Kindle Fire tablet will also get Hulu...

Kindle Fire to receive thousands of apps and games next week

11/09/2011, It seems as though the tablet wars are heating up real fast – as Amazon’s Kindle Fire is set to go out with guns blazing from next week onwards with official word that thousands of apps as well as games will be made available on that...

Amazon Fire spin-off in the works?

11/08/2011, Back in October, Amazon was reported to have used a company name Seesaw LLC to file trademark applications for Kindle Fire and Amazon Silk. A few months ago, those names turned out to be real products when the Kindle Fire tablet with the Amazon Silk...

Is the New Nook Tablet Worth $50 More Than Kindle Fire?

11/07/2011, Taking a page from Apple’s “if ain’t broke don’t fix” iPhone 4S product design school, Barnes & Noble this morning introduced its new Nook Tablet, which is nearly identical to the original Nook Color, and priced at the...

Next-generation Amazon Kindle Fire rumored to have 8.9″ display

11/04/2011, Even though the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet has yet to be released, there are rumors of a sequel in the works. According to a report from DigiTimes, Amazon’s hardware suppliers for the Kindle Fire are already preparing new displays for a successor....

Amazon announces Kindle Format 8

10/21/2011, Amazon has officially announced that along with its Kindle Fire tablet, a new format for Kindle books will be introduced. Replacing Mobi 7, Kindle Format 8 (KF8) is the next generation file format for Kindle books. One of the most important features about...

“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...

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...

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...

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...