12/09/2013, Epson has just made an announcement concerning its Connect printers which are touted to be able to synchronize sans wires with a couple of tablets from Amazon, namely the Kindle Fire HD as well as the Kindle Fire HDX. What does this mean for the end user? Basically, owners of either tablet will be able to print out their important documents without having to worry about the hassle of hooking […]
11/04/2013, After months of deliberation, the FAA finally announced last week that it is going to relax restrictions on use of personal electronic devices such as tablets and e-readers during certain phases of the flight. Delta and JetBlue have become the first airlines to allow passengers to use their personal electronic devices gate-to-gate. To celebrate the FAA’s new rules with regards to electronic device use, Amazon has decided to offer several […]
10/29/2013, Amazon announced its new Matchbook program that would allow those who purchase a physical copy of a book to receive a discount for the e-book version of that same piece of literature just last month. Bookworms can now raise both their physical books and e-books and cheer as Amazon’s Matchbook service is now available.
09/09/2013, For those who love reading their Kindle e-books on their iPhones or iPads, Amazon has recently issued a statement which strongly suggests that those who have the Kindle app on their iOS devices should update it before they install the iOS 7 update, which at this point in time does not have a specific release date. According to Amazon, without going into specifics, “This is a fix for a Kindle […]
09/09/2013, Now here is a LEGO robot that you would definitely look upon in awe – it happens to be able to strip DRM right off Kindle books, now how about that? The way it does so is rather magical, although no pixie dust was, and will be, involved. Not only that, this unique LEGO robot goes around things without breaking any of the law, so theoretically speaking, it is completely […]
09/08/2013, Amazon has a thriving hardware business. It develops and sells some of the most popular e-readers and tablets. The company has long been rumored to be working on a smartphone, not much is known about that device up till now. According to a new report, perhaps Amazon will offer its smartphone free to customers. It isn’t known right now what sort of a catch will be attached to the company’s smartphone, […]
09/03/2013, Amazon went on the quiet by putting up a listing for a next-generation Kindle Paperwhite model, and this new e-reader looks set to be centered around an improved display that will boast of a higher contrast, improved lighting and of course, a more responsive touch input. Not only that, there is also a speedier processor underneath the hood, while Amazon themselves have already promised Goodreads integration as well as a […]
09/03/2013, If you’re one of those book-reading folk who love nothing more than to play the latest classical music compilation CD while you completely immerse yourself in the latest novel by Dr. Seuss, you’ll know what a pain in the neck it has been to purchase a hard copy of a book as well as a digital version on your Kindle. Paying full retail price for the same product is a […]
05/31/2013, The Watch ABC app is now available for Amazon's Kindle Fire, but not on Google Play.
05/29/2013, Amazon is reportedly preparing to launch Kindle devices in China starting on June 7.
05/01/2013, It was just last week when we brought you word that Amazon has updated their native Kindle for Android app, and so I guess it is only fair that folks who are using iOS-powered devices too, would be on the receiving end of such an update. In fact, it is said that the latest update to the Kindle iOS app from Amazon (which plays nice on the iPhone and iPad, […]
04/25/2013, Earlier today, those who were using the Kindle app for Android might have noticed something new, especially since today is the day when Amazon rolled out an update for its native Kindle app for Android, with the main spotlight being centered on design. If you have yet to perform an update for your Kindle app, you are able to grab the latest version from Google Play. This would be a […]
03/24/2013, As it currently stands, passengers on commercial flights are required to shut down their electronic devices before takeoff and landing. The airlines say that these devices may cause interference with the avionics of the aircraft. There’s no concrete proof of that actually happening, which is primarily the reason why this restriction is criticized a lot. If all goes on well, the FAA may remove this restriction altogether by the end […]
03/20/2013, If you’ve used services similar to Evernote and Pocket to read stories on another device later and own a Kindle, you’ll be happy to hear Amazon has built its own service which allows you to queue up stories to be read on your Kindle. Amazon’s new “Send to Kindle” button has just been rolled out for online publications to embed into their websites, meaning you could read this exact news […]