Tagged: Amazon Kindle Fire
Amazon had an awesome sale recently where you could grab a Kindle Fire HD 8.9 for $50 off the original price. Sadly, that deal is in the past, so if you missed it you're out of luck. However, if you a member of Amazon Prime and Amazon Moms, you can grab any of the Kindle Fire tablets with a discount of up to $50.
Cyber Monday. Amazon is one of the leaders for saving money on Cyber Monday, and it is offering the Kindle Fire for only $129 on Cyber Monday. If you don't want the "Special Offer" subsidized model, it will cost $144, which is still a savings.
Amazon have continued to give users access to content on their Kindle devices in a quick and seamless manor, and today have announced one more additional to their "Send to" offering. It's called Send to Kindle for Firefox and enables a one-click method to easily send your favorite pages and more right to your Kindle of choice.
BBC. For a while, rumors have circulated that Amazon might actually be selling Kindle and Kindle Fire's at loss. As it turns out, they are not that discounted, but in business, breaking even is not generally the goal either.
announced a slew of new Kindle devices, including the all new Ice Cream Sandwich-equipped Kindle Fire HD. A lot of folks are really excited to get their hands on one, but developers and rooters alike may not be too happy when they set their eyes on the new device. It turns out that Amazon locked up the bootloaders of their 2nd-generation Kindle Fires using the same techniques that are used on most "high-security" devices.
Amazon unleashed a surprise on everyone this afternoon when they announced both a regular 7-inch Kindle Fire HD as well as a larger truly HD 8.9-inch slate. Today we'll be taking a look at both but be focusing on the 8.9-inch model and its amazing 1920 x 1200 full HD resolution. Yes you read that right. What's even better is the amazingly low price so check it out below.
Amazon is set to announce their new Kindle Fire tablet at an event next week set for September 6th. Many of the rumors floating around are regarding a larger 10-inch version, but new details are claiming the fires won't be getting any bigger. We say fires because CNET is reporting two 7-inch tablets will be unveiled.
Amazon event coming soon it's time to start adding some kindling to the fires. Today a purported picture of their next-gen upcoming Kindle Fire 2 tablet has been leaked according to The Verge. Apparently there is two models on deck and this is the smaller 7-inch version of the two.