Popular Amazon Articles for 2014
What are the best ways to store photos, Office docs, and other files online, and share them across devices? We take a look at five leading cloud storage apps.
The Fire HD 7 is a mid-size tablet that that runs Amazon’s modified version of Android. It's capable of more more than its $139 price would suggest.
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Amazon released the Fire HDX 8.9 last year, and then updated it this fall with a faster processor, better sound, and updated software, but kept the same display and design.[...]
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Amazon Coins are now open for use on Android devices other than Amazon's own Kindle Fire tablets, the e-commerce giant announced today.
Amazon will soon be going from virtual stores to physical ones with the help of its Kindle tablets, if a recent report holds true.
The market for brand-name tablets was up strongly in the final quarter of last year, with Android-based devices narrowly outselling Apple's iPad, according to industry analysts.
Plenty of tablets will be available this holiday shopping season for low prices. Just be aware, though, that not everything advertised as a special deal is really a bargain.
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Amazon has introduced a trio of new tablets, designed to appeal to fans of ebooks. This includes the new mid-size tablet, the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9.
Amazon has begun offering Kindle Unlimited, a new subscription service giving users “all you can eat” access to a selection ebooks for a flat monthly fee of $9.99.
This is a low-price, mid-size tablet that that runs Amazon’s modified version of Android, the Fire OS.
The Fire HD 6 comes in just under $100. It has a 6-inch display but packs a lot into a small package.