- News tagged "amazon"
Tuesday, 24 Jul 2012
Mr Demos Parneros, President of U.S. Retail for Staples Inc, has given word that Amazon has plans to introduce as many as six new tablets soon, including a 10-inch model. It is unclear if he is referring to variations of the Kindle Fire, or a combination of Kindle e-book readers and tablets.
According to a report from Reuters based on information from an executive at Staples, Amazon might be releasing a 10-inch version of the Kindle Fire during their next launch.
Wednesday, 11 Jul 2012
Amazon is now said to be developing a smartphone that "would vie with Apple's iPhone and handheld devices that run Google’s Android operating system", Bloomberg reports.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is helping to build a clock that will run for 10 millennia deep in the Sierra Diablo mountain range, in hopes that it will promote long term thinking.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
Word on the street indicates that Amazon will unveil the successor to the very successful Kindle Fire come end of July, along with a refreshed lineup of E Ink readers. Recent rumors have now pointed to an August 7th release date
Wednesday, 4 Jul 2012
ZooGue has obtained what seems to be photos of the iPad mini's rear panel, sparking off a discussion that Apple is not only "going for the same new speaker grille design as on the iPhone 5 components we’ve seen" but will also feature a "smaller dock connector". Bloomberg also reports hearing that the iPad Mini will not feature the Retina Display.
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
In a bid to have a mapping service of to call its own, Amazon has reportedly agree to a deal to acquire New York-based 3D mapping upstart UpNext.
Thursday, 14 Jun 2012
Amazon updates their Kindle app for Android, which includes improvements for reading on a tablet.
Friday, 11 May 2012
The upcoming 7.85-inch iPad mini is said to arrive in October with a low price tag of US$200 to US$250, Apple watcher iMore reports.
Monday, 30 Apr 2012
Amazon's Kindle Fire is now one of the most popular Android devices in the US, and the most prominent Android tablet in the market. But that doesn't mean Google is amused, because Amazon's version of Android is bringing developers into their yard.