Amazon’s idea with the Paperwhite was to give consumers as close to a book-like experience as possible in a digital format. They’ve achieved that in a lot of ways, even in design. But, if you want to take that book-like resemblance a step further, you might want to consider putting a case on the Paperwhite.
In the market for an Amazon Kindle Fire 7? They are great little tablets — affordable, powerful, and have a massive ecosystem, thanks not only to many of Amazon’s services available, but their massive appStore, too. However, there’s only so much quality Amazon can pack in such a cheap tablet, so it’s no surprise that
Contrary to the worst fears of traditional book publishers, Amazon hasn’t destroyed the book publishing industry—the company has, instead, revolutionized it and enabled everyone to turn their Android devices or PCs into capable eBook readers. All you need is the official Kindle app, and you will instantly have millions of works of fiction and non-fiction
Amazon’s handy little eBook reader can now be yours for just $54.99 courtesy of a new deal on eBay. The Kindle usually sells for about $75-80, so this discount isn’t much, but a handy one nonetheless. The retailer is offering the 6-inch Kindle here, which comes with 4GB of internal storage as well. This should
#Amazon has just unveiled the #KindleOasis as a successor to the popular Kindle lineup of eBook readers. This particular model is slightly expensive, though. At $289.99, the Oasis is the most expensive black & white Kindle available out there, although Amazon is justifying the pricing with the addition of a couple of handy new features.
The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 is now available for just $79, which is the lowest price we’ve seen on the tablet so far. The pricing is valid for the 8GB model of the tablet, so you don’t get a lot of onboard storage with the device, but it’s still a pretty good deal. The
Amazon’s range of Kindle Fire tablets will now be known as just Fire tablets in a bid to unify the device with the Fire TV and the Fire Phone. Since the first Kindle Fire tablet was launched, there has been some confusion among the customers over the company’s standalone eBook readers and Android tablets. This
Samsung’s marketing department might be taking some funny jabs at Amazon’s Kindle tablets, but when it comes to business, the two companies have decided to join hands. Amazon has announced that it is releasing a custom-built Kindle book store for Samsung’s Galaxy devices, starting with the Galaxy S5 and later for existing smartphones and tablets
Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets got a good discount during the Black Friday weekend, but if you missed out on the chance of buying one of those back then, you can get a smaller discount on most of the Kindle Range today, December 9th. As part of Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day, the Kindle
To celebrate the new FAA mobile policy that allows electronic mobile devices to be powered on through all stages of flight, Amazon are putting their Kindle tablet range up on a one day sale today. The 7 inch variants for the Kindle Fire HDX, Kindle Fire HD and Kindle e-reader tablet will all receive a 15%
Amazon has been rumoured to be working with HTC in making a line of smartphones. The ecommerce giant is well-known for its Kindle line of tablets, which are based on Amazon’s fork of Android. Amazon is one of the few well-known manufacturers to fork Android and make its own version, one in which Google’s services
Amazon has replied to rumors they would be developing a free smartphone, saying that these rumors are false and the company is not preparing to launch a smartphone any time this year. The rumor did shock some, since Amazon is known for taking cheap routes into markets and hitting big with software, applications, services and
Even though the Amazon AppStore is essentially just another app on the Google Play store, the e-commerce giant want to make sure they have developers making experience just for their apps store. Amazon will now allow HTML5 apps onto the AppStore, pushing for more web developers to create apps native to the Android platform, that
Amazon will introduce a new Kindle Fire tablet with a metal housing in late August or early September, according to a report from Tech Kiddy. Citing Taiwanese supply chain sources, the blog claims that the launch will involve three fresh Kindle HD 2 tablets with the aforementioned housing to update the present tablet lineup. Given