Amazon may be working on an even more budget version of its current cheapest Kindle Fire tablet. How much cheaper? The rumor says it'll cost $100, and boast specs seen on the more expensive Kindle Fire HD.
Amazon is hoping a virtual currency will boost the Kindle Fire and its Android marketplace - but will Amazon Coins be worth your time?
If you want to grab a screenshot on any Kindle Fire (Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire 2, Kindle Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire HD 8.9), we've got a step-by-step guide. Those of you with original Kindle Fires, you may want to brace yourselves.
Amazon has put its 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD tablet up against Apple's iPad in its latest TV commercial, showing off its high-res display while drawing attention to the $200 price difference.
Web giant Amazon occasionally offers fleeting discount promotions on its Kindle Fire tablets, with the latest one running until the end of the week. Savings of up to $50 are available.
We list the best Kindle Fire apps and games, including Rdio, Pulse News, Hulu Plus, and more.
We list some of the best games available on the Kindle Fire, from Doodle Jump to Triple Town.
Amazon has announced that it will soon introduce two accessibility features – Explore by Touch and Voice Guide – to its standard 7-inch Kindle Fire and the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD devices. The features are already available on the company's larger tablet.
If you're a Kindle Fire owner with kids, you may already be familiar with FreeTime, a feature that offers controls on how your child uses the tablet. Building on this, Amazon has just announced a subscription service for FreeTime, offering unlimited access to…
Google and Amazon have stolen the show with 7-inch tablets like the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD 7, leaving Apple uncharacteristically behind on the season’s biggest trend.
Wal-Mart will no longer carry Amazon's Kindle devices. What's up with that?
When Amazon said its new Kindle Fire tablets would come ad-supported with no chance to opt-out, potential buyers kicked up a stink. As a result, the Seattle-based company has performed an about face, announcing on Saturday evening that it will now offer buyers…
If you're considering purchasing a new Kindle Fire, you may want to hear this first: The new Amazon Kindle Fire tablets supports ads, but will not offer its buyers an option to opt out of "Special Offers."
Amazon is marketing its new 4G LTE Kindle Fire HD tablet despite the fact that it hasn't yet received approval from the Federal Communications Commission. The situation has been described as unusual by attorneys and analysts familiar with the FCC's procedures…
All of Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablets will feature ads on the lock screen, with no option to opt out. If you were interested in one of the new devices from the e-commerce giant, does this put you off?