Amazon launched two new e-readers Wednesday night. The high-end $199 Voyage device is the company's thinnest and features a new way to turn pages. Meanwhile, its refreshed Kindle comes with a 20 percent faster processor, 4GB of storage, and a $79 price tag.
With multiple new tablets in the Kindle Fire HD line, Amazon is targeting multiple types of consumers including, but not limited to, budget-minded shoppers, parents of young children and office die-hards.
Pioneer announced last week that it's set to release two new reference Blu-ray players under its famed Elite line of electronics. The flagship BDP-88FD player and the step-down BDP-85FD will be the first Elite Blu-ray players released by Pioneer in five years.
Honda unveiled the tenth-generation Civic on September 16th, and although it’s mostly unchanged from 2014’s version, there are improvements. One such advancement is a new, special edition SE sedan, and it features automatic climate control, Display Audio…
After locking down a massive series D funding round back in June, HelloFresh has expanded its service to include every city in the contiguous United States -- making it the first startup of its kind to do so.
The Cosmos Browser for Android isn't your run-of-the-mill browser; it lets you surf the web without the need for an Internet connection. According to the app's developer, a release is due in under a month.
While users will have to wait patiently for the much anticipated new Apple TV, Apple brought out some new tricks for its third-gen device along with today's release of iOS 8. New features include a Beats Music app, new sharing options, and a revamped UI.
According to a few eagle-eyed searchers, Amazon accidentally slipped listings for a Kindle "Voyage," which could be the successor to the Kindle Paperwhite. Based on the listings, it has a November 4 launch date.