The new Kindle Fire HD beats the Nexus 7 on several key areas, including the price but it’s not entirely a win for Amazon… We put these 2 budget tablets head to head to see which one’s best.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos introduced the Kindle Fire HD, a new umbrella that covers 7 and 8.9-inch tablets with a variety of data options but can they really compete with Apple and Google’s massively successful Nexus 7?
It’s been a long and frustrating wait for tech lovers here in the UK, but the Kindle Fire is finally making its way to our shores in the form of an upgraded version of the original and a new 7-inch HD model. Here’s what you need to know about Amazon’s new range of Kindle devices.
Amazon is all set to launch a number of new products today and it may have already leaked what it’s going to show thanks to an advert aired in the US during the Dallas Cowboys V New York Giants game. We’ve got all the latest.
A leaked imaged yesterday purportedly shows Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire 2, possibly a 7-inch device which would back-up recent rumours. Here’s what we know so far…
Details are scant, but a mystery press event in California points to the unveiling of Amazon’s next-gen Kindle Fire. We’ve got all the latest gossip on what the mystery Amazon event may include.
The $199 (£125) Amazon Kindle Fire is what the tech world likes to coin a game-changer. A gadget with the potential to irrevocably alter a sector of the market to the point of no return. So is it any good?
The vast majority of us here in Britain may not have even seen the Kindle Fire, but there are rumours abound that Amazon is already preparing a whole host of new models for the coming years.
We don’t know too much about the Amazon Kindle Fire 2 at the moment, but it’s going have to be pretty special to beat Google’s Nexus 7. So how will the two devices compare?
While Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been hugely successful, the idea of a Kindle Phone has been frowned upon by some analysts. Is there a future for Amazon in the smartphone market?