Four Amazon Fire tablets likely incoming, two benchmarked with full specs
A quartet of new Amazon Fire tablets is apparently on the way, with 6.7 and 10-inch versions benchmarked and fully outed as far as specifications go.
Even at reduced prices, the Amazon Fire Phone isn’t worth it
Amazon’s Fire Phone isn’t doing so hot, so Amazon dropped the price. Read why, even with the new Fire Phone pricing, we still think it’s a tough sell.
These are the top two tablets I might consider for Black Friday
Tablets are all the rage this year, but not every bargain is a great value. Read what we think are the two best Black Friday tablet deals!
Amazon clearing old Kindle Fire inventory for new models? Day-long sales in progress
Learn about the big Amazon Kindle Fire sale going on today, and why it might point to new models just around the corner.
Have the iPad Mini and Nexus 7 Destroyed the Idea of 13″ Tablets?
The 13-inch tablet is dead. Read on to see what role the Nexus 7, iPad Mini, and Kindle Fire played in killing it.
All New Kindle Fires Are Ad-Supported; Is That A Deal-Breaker?
Read about the ads that all new Kindle Fire users will have to put up with, even after paying full-price for their hardware.
Amazon’s New Kindle Fire Line-Up is Great, But Not For Everyone
There’s a lot of genius behind the Amazon Kindle Fire as a…
Real Books Smell Better, But I Don’t Care
I know, I know: you could never trade in your beloved old book collection for a Kindle or other e-book tablet. Read about why you might be an endangered species of reader.
In A World of Jumbo Phones, Who Needs A Tablet?
Thanks to the ballooning size of the modern smartphone, I’m starting to call into question the usefulness of smaller tablets in my life.
How Would An Amazon Smartphone Change Android’s Trajectory?
Amazon’s rumored to be working on an Android smartphone. What could its arrival mean for the direction the Android ecosystem is headed, as a whole?
The Nexus 7 Is Cheaper Than The Galaxy Nexus. That’s Weird.
Thanks to devices like the Kindle Fire and the Nook, people no longer expect to pay top-dollar for a tablet- especially if that tablet is marketed as a content-consumption device with extras, instead of a full-service slate.
What The Third iPad Needs Most Is Some Competition
“It’s obvious that the only iPad killer is always going to be…
Slimming Down or Beefing Up: Tablet Size in Flux
If 2011 was supposed to be the “year of the tablet,” with…