Starting today through June 8, Amazon is cutting $20 from its line of Kindle Fire HD tablets when you use the promo code DADSFIRE.
Amazon says it will start production on a pair of new comedy shows and three new kids shows to air later this year and early next year on its video streaming service.
Whether these products were famous before they were listed on Amazon or not, each one has become the focal point of viral humor on the world’s biggest retail site.
An Amazon-built smartphone featuring glasses-free 3D and the ability to navigate the interface with your eyeballs? You have my attention.
Mother’s Day deals from Amazon and Barnes & Noble do look enticing, but they don’t represent your last chance to score a decent tablet for cheap. Hang tight; the next few months should be a lot of fun to watch.
By now, it’s clear that anyone who thought tablets were a fad is dead wrong.
Bloomberg reports “people with knowledge of the matter” as saying that Amazon is working on a TV box for streaming on-demand video. The rumored box will apparently be available later this year and looks to compete with the likes of Apple TV, Roku and similar streaming boxes.
It’s a double deal Monday, with Amazon lopping $50 off each of its large-format Kindle HD tablets and Best Buy trimming iPhone prices by $50 as well.
Amazon is trumpeting Kindle sales without actually telling us much about Kindle sales.
Here’s a look at what each budget tablet has to offer compared to the rest.
About 18 months ago, I was one of the first to write about what I thought Amazon’s business model would be for its tablet that launched last fall. I had heard from my sources in Taiwan that Amazon was looking at selling the …