Is your Amazon tablet giving you grief? Is it refusing to behave the way you expect? Take a deep breath -- everything will be fine. Here are some widely reported Kindle Fire problems and a few possible solutions to go with them.
Need to know how to reset a Kindle Fire? It's not as straightforward as it sounds. Lucky for you, our detailed guide will show you what you need to do in order to save your content and properly wipe your device.
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.
Amazon today unveiled the FireTV, a set-top box that takes direct aim at Roku and Apple TV. To differentiate itself, Amazon said it created the FireTV to address three glaring issues it sees as the primary barriers between users and…
If you’ve taken the plunge into Amazon’s ecosystem with the Kindle Fire HDX tablet, you’ll want to know how to get the best from it. Prepare to be enlightened as we run through some handy Kindle Fire HDX tips and tricks just for you.
Amazon is looking to score a few extra tablets sales over the holiday shopping season with the offer an interest-free installment plan allowing customers to spread the cost of a Kindle Fire HDX slate over nine months.
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…
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.
Some new images of what appears to be Amazon's next Kindle Fire HD have leaked. We've got a couple images and links to many more, as we begin counting the days until Amazon fully reveals its next tablets.
Likely launching new models in order to keep up the pressure on Apple and Google, Amazon is reported to be working on new versions of the Kindle Fire tablets that could launch within the next two months.
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.
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.