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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.
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.
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!
Check out how this year's Amazon tablets are likely to differ from the 2012 models in a new series of leaked Kindle Fire HD 2 pics.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Amazon’s fire sale on none-other than their Kindle Fire line-up. Later we talk about Samsung’s plan to probably launch Tizen in the next couple of months. The Sony Honami is next as the company has begun teasing the device and calling it their company’s best. We later go through some reports that the iPhone 5S and 5C might be launched on the last days of September. We end today’s show talking about Microsoft’s new ad, which again bashes iOS and Android, but this time, in a smarter way.
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Learn about the big Amazon Kindle Fire sale going on today, and why it might point to new models just around the corner.
Get the details on the rumored hardware for this year's Kindle Fire HD refresh.
Learn what the new Kindle Fire HD 2 rumors are saying about what to expect from Amazon's tablets this holiday season.
With so many devices launched between the fall of 2012 and Spring of 2013, we know many of you want to know what’s worth your money, and what you should skip with no questions asked. Both 2012 and 2013 have been great years for mobile technology, but we have a feature called “Worst Gadgets Ever” for a reason. There’s always a good deal of products that either end-up as vapor ware, some that suck on their own, and some which simply aren’t worth your money when compared to other devices in the market. We thought we’d help you with the Top 5 devices [...]
Hear about the new currency for the Kindle Fire that Amazon's dreamed up, and why it might not be so great after all.
The 13-inch tablet is dead. Read on to see what role the Nexus 7, iPad Mini, and Kindle Fire played in killing it.
Hear what Amazon will charge users who want to keep the company's ads off their new Kindle Fire tablets.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Amazon’s new Kindle Fire line-up which includes a more powerful Kindle Fire with last year’s design along with a new Kindle Fire HD in 7 and 8.9-inch flavors. We later talk about the recent leak of an iPad Mini casing that includes a back camera. We then talk about the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G on Sprint’s network. Then we go through the recent leak of Verizon’s fall line-up, which includes HTC’s mysterious device and also the Nokia Lumia 822. We end [...]
Read about the ads that all new Kindle Fire users will have to put up with, even after paying full-price for their hardware.
There’s a lot of genius behind the Amazon Kindle Fire as a product. As Jeff Bezos stood on stage today to announce his new Kindle line-up, he was clear about how the Fire is a service and not a gadget, and in a way, he’s right. Whenever we go watch a movie to the theater, we’re not really concerned about the projector, the screen nor the sound system, all we want is to watch the movie, and the theater equipment is simply the means we use to consume the movie.
With that same mentality, the first-generation Kindle Fire became a hit, simply because Amazon made the [...]
Look at how the hardware specs of Amazon's latest Kindle Fires, including the HD models, fare against some of their competitors.
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.
Demos Parneros, president of U.S. Retail for Staples Inc., believes that there will be five or six tablet SKUs assigned to Amazon slates.
Thanks to the ballooning size of the modern smartphone, I'm starting to call into question the usefulness of smaller tablets in my life.
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?
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.
The Kindle Fire follow-up is highly anticipated and this has probably everything to do with the cornucopia of rumors around this tablet. Last we heard of the Kindle Fire 2, a report was convinced that Amazon will skip the 8.9-inch form-factor and go for a 10.1-inch built instead. We also heard reports of the tablet being launched in the third quarter.
Falling nicely into place is another report, this time coming from Cnet’s “source”, according to which July 31 is the date to circle in your calendar if you are interested in the Amazon Kindle Fire 2 launch date. [...]