Amazon has just started shipping the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch today. If you've been waiting to get yours, you shall not have to wait much longer, as it should be in your hands within the next couple of days. If you haven't ordered one, you can do so on Amazon. However, if you are waiting for the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch with 4G, you are going to have to wait until next week.
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BlendTec fashion today we have a treat for all of you happy tablet users. The folks from Will it Blend? have released an epic video showing off the Google Nexus 7 vs Apple's iPad mini and the Kindle Fire HD. In their usual "comparison video" they show off just how well devices handle (or don't handle) getting tossed into one of their popular blenders.
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.
Amazon released their first game built in-house for Android, iOS, and all their Kindle Fire tablets. The brand new game is called Air Patriots and appears to be quite fun. Blending games like Air Control and airplane games with the popular tower defense model. Amazon calls this a "new kind of tower defense game." Read on for more details.
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 announced their new Kindle Fire HD tablets, and while the 8.9-inch model might have stolen the show it's their smaller 7-inch model that could be the big hit. Amazon's new 7-inch Kindle Fire HD packs a pretty impressive spec sheet and a great price to match it. But is that enough for it to rival the Nexus 7?
Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD tablets being ad supported or "subsidized" with special offers appearing on the lockscreen and homescreen, but lets clear some of the rumors up. Since we were there live we can agree that yes these were indeed included, but Amazon has confirmed they'll be optional.
Amazon took the stage to announce their slew of new Android tablets today we had a feeling they'd leave out any details regarding the OS, and that is exactly what they did. The new Kindle Fire HD tablets have a slightly improved interface that is super smooth and they've confirmed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is under the hood.