Popular Amazon Articles for 2012
The Google Nexus 7 has arrived, and with it comes a new standard for consumption tablets: a low price point combined with high-end specs to offer the smoothest media experience[...]
Your Amazon Kindle Fire needs accessories. It needs a screen protector to prevent scratches, a case to protect against drops, speakers to get the most out of Netflix and Amazon[...]
Amazon and Google built their respective tablets, the Kindle Fire and the Nexus 7, around their content services. But which service has more to offer?
Apple is the 500 lb gorilla of the tablet market, so the release of this company's third-generation model generated a tremendous amount of hype...much of which is well deserved, as[...]
Not everyone wants an iPad. If you prefer Google's Android OS and are looking for a new tablet, check out this list of the best available!
The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 is Amazon's largest tablet to date, and its most capable. It's also relatively inexpensive. But how well does it hold up in extensive testing?
Lenovo is going after the Amazon Kindle Fire with a device we've dubbed the "budget brand-name tablet." Its spec sheet is basic, but its price tag is low. Does that[...]
Amazon now offers a new app for streaming movies and TV directly to the iPad. Is it worth the free download? To find out, read the full review.
Join.Me is a new service from LogMeIn promising simple and easy screen sharing between PCs and tablets, with both free and paid offerings. Simple, easy, and free? There has to[...]
The Lenovo IdeaPad A1 and the Amazon Kindle Fire: both look the same, cost $200 and run Android 2.3, but they are very different devices. Which seven-inch Android tablet is[...]
Windows 8 is coming soon to a tablet PC near you, heralded by the unveiling of the Microsoft Surface tablet. For many, its arrival is predicting some major changes to[...]
Budget Android tablets used to cost less than the brand name alternatives, but now tablets from Amazon and others launch at budget prices. We take a look at a tablet[...]
Barnes & Noble seeks to cut into Amazon's lead with its new line of tablets, the Nook HD and Nook HD+. But how do they stack up against the Kindle[...]
If you own an iPad, and you like to read, why not check out Apple's free iBooks 2 as an alternative or addition to the Kindle and NOOK apps?[...]
With the $200 Google Nexus 7 tablet now official, and Amazon set to release the Kindle Fire 2 in the near future, eyes are on Apple to see if the[...]
Amazon announced today that it will be releasing three Kindle Fire HD tablets -- a 7-inch, an 8.9-inch, and an 8.9-inch/4G model -- as well as an updated version of[...]
The doors to the IFA tradeshow will soon open. This has become famous for the launches of important mobile devices, like the first Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note.
The best keeps getting better, with Amazon's latest iteration of its eReader providing a backlight, WiFi, and, of course, excellent battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 can now be pre-ordered on Amazon.com and will be released in the coming weeks.
Although the Kindle Fire has only been out for a few months, but rumors are already swirling that Amazon is already at work on the successor to this increasingly popular[...]