Amazon did not announce its own Android smartphone last week, but its app-bundling deal with Verizon may mean it never needs one.
Amazon's latest batch of e-readers and tablets signals its true intention: Crushing Apple's iTunes content ecosystem with a consumption device for every buyer and budget.
We go hands on with the Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD to see how Amazon's latest armada of mobile devices really perform.
We put Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch up against Apple's third-generation iPad with Retina Display in this spec showdown.
The vanilla Kindle Fire will get more features and a lower price of just $159, while the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE will go head to head with Apple's iPad.
Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite line boasts an illuminated screen, sharper display and better touchscreen, while the most basic Kindle will now sell for $69 and gets a host of improvements as well.
Watch out, Google. Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD 7-inch has all the specs to stand up to the Nexus 7 -- and then some.
An Amazon ad broadcast Wednesday night appeared to reveal a number of products set for launch on Thursday, including a large-screen Kindle Fire tablet and back-lit Paperwhite e-reader.
According to reports, Amazon is planning to unveil two versions of its upgraded Kindle Fire tablet next week – one regular model and a cheaper version supported by ads.