Amazon has put its new Kindle Fire HDX tablets up for pre-order in the UK, with delivery dates starting in November, while Vodafone has snagged the rights to provide a 4G connection for certain models.
Amazon has launched the Appstore Developer Select program in a bid to attract more developers to its platform. With its new Kindle Fire HDX tablets about to launch, the company is keen to boost the number of apps avaiilable in its app…
More rumors have appeared concerning a pair of Amazon smartphones. One of the two models may have a 3D interface, controlled using four, corner-mounted camera lenses, while the other may be a cheaper, more basic device.
It's almost certain Amazon is hard at work on a set of 2013 Kindle Fire tablets to replace the models launched this time last year, so to make sure you're fully up to date on the latest developments, here's a roundup of all the top rumors.
Amazon unveiled new Kindle Fire tablets late Tuesday, with specs that are set to turn a few heads – and we mean that in a good way. Users of the new tablets will also have access to around-the-clock live video tech support.
The Kindle MatchBook program will give you free or cheap e-book versions of physical books bought through Amazon. But what about all those other books you have taking up space? There are options, but few of them are strictly legal...
Amazon on Sunday quashed recent rumors that it was considering launching a free handset. The company said it had "no plans" to launch a phone this year, and if it did release one in the future, "it would not be free."
Potentially useful to Amazon customers that want to make the transition to digital books, the Kindle Matchbook program will offer significant discounts on the digital version of a purchased physical book.