Just two weeks after its release, Amazon's inexpensive Kindle Fire tablet is on track to become the second most-sold tablet of 2011, according to market estimates.
Don't wait only to find out inventory is dwindling or retailers have oversold. Here are the electronics that are likely to be in high demand this holiday shopping season.
Kindle Fire continues its strong debut with quadrupled sales on Black Friday, according to Amazon.
While Skyrim continues to top the sales charts for both consoles and PCs, fans of the role-playing game are rolling out various forms of content in support of the game.
Amazon’s new Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire present an appealing alternative to the iPad for some things, but there’s still room for a supersized Kindle Fire or a mini iPad.
Those who preordered the Nook Tablet will be able to pick it up from stores on Wednesday. People who ordered the device online might also receive it in the mail on Wednesday. The early release of the Nook Tablet by a couple of days mirrors Amazon's move, also…
Consumers would much prefer to receive a tablet than a laptop this Christmas, according to the results of a survey, with Apple's iPad coming top of the wishlist. Of course, what they would like to receive and what they actually end up getting (a pair of socks…
Apple knows the real money is in content, not hardware. Now Amazon’s following suit with the Kindle Fire, but where does the battle for consumer eyeballs end?
Just a few days before its new tablet begins shipping in the US, Amazon has announced that its Kindle Fire device will be coming preloaded with Hulu Plus and the Kindle Fire Newstand. This follows announcements earlier in the week that Netflix and Pandora will…
This week Adobe made a surprising announcement about the fate of Flash for mobile, Apple released an update to deal with battery life complaints, and Barnes & Noble took aim at Amazon and the Fire with a new Nook tablet.