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Best mobile Bluetooth keyboard accessories for your Android tablet

Let’s be frank, we were all a little wary of tablet PCs when they first emerged as “laptop replacements.” Clearly, they had nothing on traditional computers in terms of power and productivity, merely standing out with compact form factors and, iPads notwithstanding, affordability. Only even the latter forte didn’t seem enough to make a stand

Best Android tablets with the highest-resolution screens for watching videos

Looking for a large, uber-productive, robust, physical keyboard-boasting and/or stylus-supporting tablet to meet your enterprise needs? The answer to your prayers is only a couple of clicks away. How about a rugged, muscular, almost unbreakable Android slate? We have you covered there, too. Don’t want much, just ultra-fast LTE connectivity and keeping non-vital expenses to

Amazon Says Black Friday Weekend Kindle Sales Doubled From Last Year

Amazon is saying that their Kindle sales have nearly doubled over this Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. That’s great! Unfortunately, Amazon isn’t going to be releasing their sales figures for their Kindles, so we won’t get to see statistics side-by-side from last year’s Black Friday weekend. In addition to that, Amazon isn’t even saying

Kindle Fire HD 7

[Deal] 5th-gen Amazon Kindle Fire 7 for $49

The 7-inch #Amazon #KindleFire is now available on eBay for just $49. Going by the cost, you’ve probably guessed that this is no specs monster. But considering the price that it’s selling for, one can easily look over that aspect. This is designed to be a budget tablet, which justifies the price tag as well. In

Fire TV

[Deal] Amazon Fire TV and tablets discounted for Black Friday

#Amazon has officially announced its Black Friday promotions where it is offering devices like the #FireTV, #FireTVStick, Fire HD 6 as well as the 7 inch Fire tablet on the cheap. It’s good to know that the world’s largest e-commerce retailer has thrown its hat in the ring for Black Friday. Some of these deals are

Amazon X-Ray

Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick getting X-Ray feature

Amazon’s X-Ray feature from the Kindle Fire tablets is now making its way to the Fire TV and the Fire TV Stick. This will allow users to ask questions like “who’s that guy” or “what’s that song” when a movie or a TV Show is running. This is essentially a discovery feature and is built

Amazon to drop the Kindle name from its Android tablets

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

2013 Black Friday Tablet Sales

Black Friday is almost here, and just as we start looking to buy gifts for our loved ones, we suddenly realize that there’s a lot to choose from. So to make your choice a little easier, we have compiled a list of tablets which are being sold for more than decent discounts by major online

Kindle Fire Android 4.4

Two year old Amazon Kindle Fire gets an unofficial Android 4.4 ROM

The Amazon Kindle Fire from 2011 receives very little support from Amazon, which isn’t a surprise as manufacturers usually follow an 18 month update cycle. However, this hasn’t stopped third party developers from cooking up custom ROMs for the now forgotten tablet. Today we have one such ROM courtesy of a developer named FuZZ__ over

New FAA Mobile Policy Prompts one day Kindle Sale from Amazon

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%

Can Amazon save HTC from its troubles?

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