In a new report from eDataSource, “a leading provider of online competitive intelligence,” it’s been estimated that Amazon has sold more than 95,000 Kindle Fires on the first day of pre-order sales alone.
By using an inbox scanning technique, eDataSource was able to scour some 800,000 inboxes the day Kindle Fire pre-orders went live to ... Read More »
We’ve suggested for a while now that Amazon is working on a family of Android devices for 2011/2012: a phone, 7-inch tablet and 10-inch tablet–all rumored to be released sometime in Q4 2011. While the super-cheap Kindle Fire is set to lead the way in sales this holiday season, it appears Amazon is secretly working ... Read More »
The tablets keep on coming. Amazon’s plan for an Android tablet has been the worst kept secret in the mobile world. So, it should come as no surprise that the rumors have now been confirmed; TechCrunch was lucky enough to get some hands-on time with the new Android-powered Kindle.
Reportedly, this ... Read More »
Rumors about the Amazon Android devices have been shooting back and forth since our very own Taylor Wimberly brought the first details about Amazon’s “family” of devices. Today, the Wall Street Journal is bringing us a few more details they obtained via their secret tipster(s). We’ve heard a few rumors about the possibility ... Read More »
Amazon’s Android tablet is both the best and worst kept secret in the mobile industry. Everyone knows that Amazon is working on an Android device, but few know any of the specific details about its hardware or software. I recently took a break from blogging, but I had to come out of retirement ... Read More »
T-Mobile is the latest U.S. carrier to officially announce the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Android 2.2 tablet will be available starting on November 10th for $399.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate and a new two year contract. Those signing up for a contract will have the option to choose between T-Mobile’s 200MB or 5GB ... Read More »
In a bit of surprising news, Amazon today announced that an Android application for their popular e-book Kindle service is now available on the Android market for your download pleasure.
The Kindle application does require Android 1.6 or greater, and allows users to search, browse, and purchase e-books from Amazon’s 600,000+ book database, right from ... Read More »
Good news for all you e-book readers out there. Amazon has just announced that and Android version their popular Kindle application will be dropping on the Android market very soon. Kindle for Android will allow users to browse the Kindle store, purchase books directly from the Kindle application, and read directly on their Android device.
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It’s Christmas time and that means one thing… buying stuff. Alright, alright, we also like the family and the friends and the food and all the good stuff too, but that’s coming at the end of the month. The first half of December is usually dominated by shopping.
The Nook has finally arrived. And while a full review is still on the way, today we thought we’d better get up an unboxing with initial impressions and photos of the hottest e-reader on the market this Christmas season.