Amazon and their mobile aspirations haven't let up, and ever since the first reports of a Kindle smartphone nearly two years ago we've been waiting to see what they have planned. Well, recently we've been hearing a lot more rumors about Amazon's Kindle smartphone, but this latest one sure takes the cake. Talks of a free device, one that's completely off contract.
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Kindle for Android app update has come available by way of the Google Play Store. This update has brought the app up to version 184.108.40.206, but perhaps more important than a the new number -- the changes and new features that have been added. This is one of those changes that you will notice immediately upon launch. Just to begin with, Kindle for Android is now sporting a carousel display.
reports in January of Amazon buying IVONA, a speech recognition company, we are back today with something similar. Reports have surfaced claiming Amazon just purchased the popular Siri-like app and company EVI for roughly $26 million.
Amazon patent filing suggests that the company is working on a method that will allow you to sell your used ebook. And while that may seem a bit silly to use the term used in reference to something digital, this could have some perks for those who tend to read a book only once. The catch here, this is simply a patent approval and Amazon has yet to actually announce anything.
Kindle products will now be in less brick-and-mortar stores starting today. In a move that would oust retail competitors like Amazon from their stores, Wal-mart has stopped selling all Amazon Kindle ereaders and tablets. No longer will you be able to try out Amazon's offerings of slates at one of the largest retail stores in the US.
Kindle Fire is selling fast according to recent reports. The hot coals from the Kindle Fire can already be felt as Amazon has stated its flames have reached the top of their best sellers list, and it did on the first day. The high sales have continued and are going strong today suggests Amazon.
invitations for a media event scheduled for Wednesday, September 28th, and that is tomorrow. We have heard tons of rumors regarding the Amazon Android tablet and it appears we'll be seeing just that come tomorrow. The name being tossed around is "Kindle Fire" and it will be a 7" tablet heavily skinned to look nothing like Android, more details below.
coming soon and more, they are getting ready to start offering rewards to developers that opt to submit their apps into the Amazon App Store. Yay, That reward is $50 dollars.
following this collection for a short while now. Kindle time approaching?