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Pre-Black Friday: Amazon Kindle tablets and e-readers from $49

11/27, 12:53pm

Amazon Kindle tablets and e-readers from $49

Black Friday deals are on now at Amazon. No need to wait outside in the cold, or battle the hoards of deal-hungry shoppers to get these great prices. To kick things off today, the online store is offering discounts on their line of Kindle tablets and e-readers. The all-new Kindle with touch has been reduced again by $30, and can be had for only $49 with special offers that display on the lock screen, or $69 without the ads.

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Briefly: YouTube videos in Google Play Music, Washington Post app

11/21, 6:04am

Google Play Music All Access subscribers gain YouTube Music Key access

Google has rolled out its YouTube Music Key service to existing Google Play Music All Access subscribers. While the YouTube Music Key launch revealed its users automatically enrolled into the Google Play Music subscription, Google revealed yesterday that Music All Access users were also able to use Music Key as part of their existing subscription. The Google Play Music app has also been updated on Android, providing options to watch the music video with certain tracks.

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Chitika: iPad usage at 80 percent of North American tablet web use

11/06, 8:44pm

Still down slightly from record high; Amazon tablets more popular than Samsung tablets

New data from ad network and analytics firm Chitika saw the iPad regaining nearly two full points of North American web traffic among tablets in September, finishing the month with 79.9 percent share. Even at its lower July reading of 78 percent, the iPad line still completely dominated its rivals, all of whom reported single-digit web presence. The next nearest rival was Amazon, with 6.7 percent share for its entire Kindle Fire line. Samsung followed in third place, with six percent.

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Briefly: Globe Player launches, Amazon ships Kindle Voyage in UK

11/05, 7:29am

Globe Theater opens video on-demand store for Shakespeare plays

The Globe Theater has launched a streaming service specializing in Shakespeare plays. Available globally, the Globe Player store offers a selection of performances filmed at the London theater, with a seven-day rental priced at approximately £4 ($6.50) and sales including offline viewing priced at £8 ($13) for each of the famous plays, though it also hosts a number of interviews with notable performers which can be viewed at no charge. Currently, the service only works through a web browser, but the service is considering creating mobile apps if the demand warrants it.

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Kindle Fire, iPad make gains in North American web traffic

07/22, 2:40pm

Samsung sees big setback

Since April, the shares of North American tablet web traffic from iPads and Kindle Fires has increased by 0.8 and 1.2 points, respectively, according to new data compiled by Chitika Insights. The figures put the iPad at 78 percent of traffic, and the Kindle Fire at 7.3 percent, the latter displacing Samsung tablets in aggregate (down to 6.3 percent). Google and Microsoft -- also generally considered prominent tablet makers -- managed shares of just 2.1 and 1.4 percent.

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Apple ranks first in JD Power tablet satisfaction survey

05/07, 3:17pm

Average selling prices of tablets falling

Apple has taken the top spot in a JD Power satisfaction survey of US tablet customers. The iPad brought Apple a score of 830 out of 1,000, and a full five stars on the company's Power Circle ratings. Samsung managed a score of 822, but just three stars. ASUS and Amazon also received three stars, with slightly lower scores of 820 and 817, respectively. Overall consumer satisfaction has dropped from 853 points in 2012 to 835 in 2014.

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iPad takes 77 percent of North American tablet traffic in April

04/25, 10:49am

Apple slips, Samsung makes significant leap, but still in distant second

The iPad accounted for 77 percent of US and Canadian web traffic during the first week of April, according to new Chitika data. The firm compiled the data from tens of millions of impressions on its ad network. The iPad declined year-over-year from an 81.3 percent share, but still vastly outstripped any of its competitors. Samsung leaped ahead, but only from 4.7 to 8.3 percent.

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Apple, Google offering game developers incentives for mobile

04/21, 10:53am

Platforms now in more equal competition

Apple and Google are each offering game developers special incentives to prefer their app store over their rival's, according to sources for the Wall Street Journal. The prime example given is EA's Plants vs. Zombies 2, which Apple promised to advertise prominently at the App Store. In return, EA was expected to keep the game an iOS exclusive for two months, which pushed the Android release into October. Another developer, ZeptoLab, agreed to three-month App Store exclusivity for Cut the Rope 2 in order to get better advertising. Asphalt creator Gameloft says it was offered exclusivity, but decided that a simultaneous iOS/Android release made more financial sense.

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Analyst claims Amazon will launch smartphone within six months

03/21, 12:18pm

Amazon smartphone will use six cameras for gesture control

Amazon is still working on a smartphone, and will launch it within the next three to six months, claims an analyst. Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities believes the online retailer will include six cameras, reiterating previous rumors, with the main and front cameras for standard photography and video purposes being accompanied by four more for gesture control.

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Android tablets grab 62 percent share, but iPad tops sales figures

03/03, 3:16pm

Apple still most successful individual tablet maker

Android ruled global tablet marketshare in 2013, accounting for 62 percent of devices by shipments, according to somewhat questionable data from research firm Gartner. That represents a significant upset, since in 2012 the iPad was in firm control with a 52.8 percent share. Apple, however, continued to do best among individual tablet makers in sales, with a 36 percent share and claimed sales over 70.4 million units -- an increase from a figure just under 61.5 million in 2012.

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Mayday feature puts Amazon on top of 2014 Rescuecom chart

02/18, 2:33pm

Lenovo score drops

Amazon has shot to the top of Rescuecom's latest annual Computer Reliability Report, according to a press release. The company achieved a score of 7,590, vastly outdoing Samsung, which came in second with 768. Rescuecom determines reliability rankings by comparing computer and tablet vendors' marketshares with the numbers of repair calls its Level 3 technicians handle.

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Amazon plans Kindle-based checkout, PayPal competitor, claim reports

01/30, 7:24am

Systems consisting of Kindle Fire tablet, card reader could head to stores this summer

A pair of reports claim that Amazon is moving further into the payments market, from two different directions. One plan involves offering retail stores a point-of-sale system using Kindle tablets, while another involves the creation of a system for person-to-person payments, in a similar service to that currently offered by payment processing competitor PayPal.

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Briefly: Scribd for Kindle Fire, BlackBerry launching Android 2.3 app

01/29, 2:21pm

Scribd's $9 monthly e-book subscription service available for Kindle Fire tablets

E-book subscription service Scribd is entering the Kindle Fire market with a Kindle-specific version of its already existing app for iOS, Android and web service. Available for $9 per month, Scribd's Kindle version offers unlimited monthly access, and users can share and embed books onto websites. Scribd is connected with publishing house HarperCollins, and holds a catalog of titles from independent publishers.

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IDC tablet numbers see Apple lose share, Lenovo and Samsung gain

01/29, 1:08pm

iPad shipments still on rise

Following up on its release of smartphone data, IDC has published numbers on tablet shipments and marketshare for the fourth quarter of 2013. Apple's iPad saw shipments grow from 22.9 million to 26 million year-over-year, but lost marketshare, sliding from 38.2 percent to 33.8. This appears to have primarily benefited Samsung, which grew its share from 13 percent to 18.8, based on a unit increase from 7.8 million to 14.5 million.

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DealNN: $30 off Kindle Fire HDX

01/21, 2:37pm

$30 off Kindle Fire HDX

For a limited time at Amazon, save $30 on the 16GB Kindle Fire HDX seven-inch tablet. It is regularly priced at $229, but is dropped to $199 when coupon code "GameOn30" is used at checkout. That makes this the lowest price available on this tablet. Free US shipping is included, but sales tax applies for residents of Kansas, Kentucky, New York, North Dakota, or Washington. This tablet features a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage space, along with Wi-Fi and 1920x1200 resolution. A one-year limited warranty on parts and labor is included from Amazon.

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DealNN: Kindle Fire HD for $109 and more

01/10, 1:37pm

Kindle Fire HD for $109 and more

Right now at Amazon, save $30 on the Kindle Fire HD Tablet with coupon code 'MAYDAY30' which lowers the price from $139 down to $109 with free US shipping. This tablet features 8GB of storage space, 1280x800 resolution, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, built-in Wi-Fi, and a rechargeable battery that lasts for up to 10 hours on single charge. This tablet is backed by a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor from Amazon.

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Apple tops Christmas web traffic, cedes ground to Amazon, MS, Samsung

01/02, 4:56pm

iPhone only smartphone with increased activity

Apple devices remained firmly in control of North American web traffic through Christmas, but the iPad lost some ground to devices from Amazon, Microsoft, and Samsung, according to new Chitika analytics. The data was collected from "tens of millions" of devices between December 20th and the 29th, and used to gauge the growth or decline of various brands. Apple's iPhone was the only smartphone to gain share, advancing 1.8 percent to 54.3 percent of the market.

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Amazon announces interest-free payment plan for Kindle Fire HDX

12/15, 3:48pm

Amazon selling Kindle Fire HDX on nine-month plan

Amazon is allowing customers to pick up its Kindle Fire HDX and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 on an interest-free payment plan, it was revealed on Sunday. AllThingsD noted on Sunday that the online retailer is now offering the option to pay for one of its new tablets in four installments, with a number of protections in place for Amazon should a customer not manage to pay off the device in full. The move is the latest in a series of offerings by Amazon to increase the attractiveness of its low-cost tablet, including offering customers the ability to try the devices out for free for 30 days.

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Briefly: Epson support for new Kindle, Google Play Music in Germany

12/06, 1:08pm

Epson adds printer support for Kindle Fire HD and HDX

Epson has announced its printing support for Kindle Fire Printing this week, offering an integrated wireless print function for Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and Fire HDX tablets. By adding the Kindle Fire tablets to its mobile printing capabilities, a wide range of Epson Connect-enabled printers can now print with tablets that run Amazon Fire OS 3.1.

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iPad Air activations jump 51 percent over Thanksgiving weekend

12/04, 12:57pm

First-gen iPad mini, iPhone 5c also see surges

iPad Air activations grew some 51 percent over the previous weekend during the course of Black Friday and the rest of the Thanksgiving weekend, according to new Localytics data. The figure is based on the number of new devices that appeared in Localytics tracking for some 20,000 apps. The iPhone 5c and first-generation iPad mini also did well, each growing by 26 percent.

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Briefly: Amazon Kindle Fire tablets, Alienware Cyber Monday discounts

12/02, 6:09am

Amazon discounts Kindle Fire HD, HDX for Cyber Monday

Amazon has dropped the price of two new Kindle Fire tablets, as part of its Cyber Monday deals. The 16GB model of the Kindle Fire HD has been reduced from $169 to $119 in the United States, while the seven-inch Kindle Fire HDX 16GB, normally priced at $229, is now at $179 until the end of Monday. Other variants, such as those without Special Offers or other sizes of the Kindle Fire HDX, also receive the $50 discount.

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Briefly: Google Play 'Designed for Tablets,' Amazon Coins in UK

11/22, 6:09am

Google adds Designed for Tablets section to Play Store

The Google Play Store has been updated to showcase apps "Designed for tablets," something Google announced it would do last month. Tablet users will see the tablet-aimed apps as the default view in Google Play, according to an Android Developers Google+ post, with apps that do not meet specific criteria to be "Designed for tablets" to be marked as "Designed for phones" instead.

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Amazon adds Goodreads integration to Fire OS in Kindle Fire HD, HDX

11/18, 1:06pm

Streaming to TV and second-screen functionality added in Fire OS update

Amazon has released the latest version of its Android implementation, Kindle Fire OS 3.1. The free update for Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX tablets adds a number of updates, with the integration of Goodreads adding book rating and quote sharing through the community, friend update feeds, and the option to import both print and digital books bought from Amazon into the Goodreads account.

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First Look: Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch tablet

11/08, 8:52pm

Does the new quad-core Amazon offering impress or disappoint?

Amazon has been a participant in the tablet wars for the better part of three years. Where competitors aim their devices at consumption, creation, or some other aspect of mobile computing use, Amazon is unapologetic for offering its tablets at a very low price for what you get, with the express intent of driving media sales. Amazon's latest offering, the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch version hit our desks a few days ago, and we've been hauling the device along in our day-to-day travels.

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New Disney show to launch first on iPads, Kindle Fires

10/28, 12:52pm

Disney's newest kids' show to hit tablets first

The next show from Disney will make its first appearance not on televisions, but on iPads and Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets. Speaking with The New York Times, the entertainment giant confirmed that "Sheriff Callie's Wild West" will launch first on the Watch Disney Junior app, as well as on a related website. The app version of the show will debut on November 24, and the television version will show up on Disney's traditional networks early next year.

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Amazon attacks new iPads with front page 'Lighter than Air' image

10/23, 2:53pm

Jab at iPad weight ignores smaller Kindle Fire HDX screen sizes

Amazon is attacking Apple's iPad Air just 24 hours after its launch, in order to promote its own tablet lines. A new promotional image on the online retailer's front page makes the claim that its Kindle Fire HDX models are "Lighter than Air," a hefty jab that claims its electronic devices are not as heavy as Apple's updated tablet range.

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Amazon patent application details object recognition system

10/21, 1:55pm

Details app that recognises item or media, returns Amazon store page

Rumors of an Amazon-created smartphone have had a boost, thanks to a recently filed patent application. The unearthed filing for "User guided object identification" provides details for how a smartphone can recognize an object and then provide the user with an appropriate Amazon product page, a feature that was mentioned in a rumor from earlier this month.

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Briefly: Kindle Fire HDX in UK and Canada, Tesco offers 4G access

10/18, 7:14am

Amazon opens pre-orders for Kindle Fire HD, HDX in UK, Canada

Amazon has opened up pre-orders for its new Kindle Fire HDX and updated Kindle Fire HD in the United Kingdom and Canada. The lower-resolution Kindle Fire HD will be shipping in both countries from October 24th, starting from 119 and $149. While those in the UK will have to wait until November 19th to receive their HDX models in both 7-inch and 8.9-inch forms, starting from 199 and 329 respectively, Canada will have to wait until November 26th, with the tablets priced at $254 and $399.

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Briefly: new Kindle Fire HD teardown, MixBit app reaches Android

10/03, 12:50pm

Refreshed Amazon Kindle Fire HD improves repairability score

The updated Kindle Fire HD is a highly repairable tablet, and has received an iFixit repairability score of eight out of ten. Matching the original Kindle Fire in its scoring, the teardown found the new model does not fuse together the front glass and LCD, improving on last year's model by one point, while the majority of the internals is composed of components from the old HD. While the base Kindle Fire HD lacks a camera, there appears to be no obvious space left on the motherboard for one to be added in the future.

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More Amazon smartphone rumors surface, 3D interface detailed

10/03, 8:50am

New Amazon report expands on earlier smartphone rumors

More rumors have surfaced concerning two possible Amazon smartphones. Fresh from the launch of refreshed Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD tablet lines late last month, the online retailer is said to be still working on a pair of mobile devices, with one said to have a similar 3D user interface and eye tracking system as reported about earlier this year.

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Amazon unveils refreshed Kindle Fire HD, new Kindle Fire HDX tablets

09/25, 6:04am

Angular design of new Amazon tablets, added Mayday support button

Amazon has revealed its refreshed Kindle Fire tablet lines, including a revised Kindle Fire HD, and new lines with HD displays. The seven-inch Kindle Fire HDX uses a 1920x1200-resolution display while the 8.9-inch version will have a 2560x1600 version, with both models also having the chiseled and unique design with rear-mounted buttons revealed earlier in leaks.

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Alleged Kindle Fire render leaks, launch happening soon?

09/16, 5:29am

New Kindle Fire render lacks webcam shown in earlier photographs

An image showing the possible new Kindle Fire has surfaced, this time in what appears to be a promotional render. The new image gives a clear view of the front face of the alleged Amazon tablet refresh, and follows earlier leaked photographs which showed the chiseled, angular nature of the back and side edges on the Kindle Fire HD.

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD refresh images, specifications leak

09/11, 12:04pm

Angular chiseled design, shifted power buttons in new Amazon tablet

New images reportedly showing the next version of the Kindle Fire HD tablet line have surfaced. Photographs of the tablet, expected to be launched by the retailer in the coming months, appears to reveal that the previously rumored chiseled and angular design has made it through to the final product, with the side power and volume buttons now mounted on the back.

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iPad takes hit in Chinese tablet market during second quarter

08/20, 4:52pm

Could represent inventory drain in preparation for new models

The Apple iPad suffered a major drop in Chinese marketshare during the second quarter, says research firm IDC. In spite of its cost, the iPad has usually dominated the Chinese tablet market, holding over 50 percent of it. Q2 results, however, show the iPad down to just 28 percent, still in the lead but in active competition. Some 1.5 million iPads shipped to China in the quarter, half the amount delivered during Q1.

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Tesco rumored to launch own tablet for Christmas in United Kingdom

08/19, 1:15pm

Claimed attempt by retailer to fight online retail media sales

British retailer Tesco is looking towards entering the tablet market with its own device. Though a rumored device, it is suggested that it will be a "high quality" tablet similar to the Amazon Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7, with the hope that a tablet with a British brand name attached to it will help win over potential customers in the United Kingdom.

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Briefly: Amazon updates Silk browser, Microsoft rebooting Blake's 7

08/15, 9:58am

Amazon redesigns Silk web browser with new start page, UI

Amazon has updated the Silk web browser for the Kindle Fire tablet line with a complete overhaul. Users will see a new Just-In-Time tutorial screen pointing out new parts of the user interface, a new start page with "Most Visited" links being more prominent, redesigned tabs, new Bookmarks views, and according to TechCrunch, simpler navigation and quicker access to Reading View.

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Amazon adds 'Mobile Push' to AWS Simple Notification Service

08/13, 11:07am

Platform works across iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire

Amazon has today expanded the Simple Notification Service for Amazon Web Services with a new "Mobile Push" option. The feature gives developers a way of sending push notifications to multiple mobile platforms simultaneously, including iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices. Up to 1 million notifications can be sent at no extra cost, but every million thereafter costs $1.

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Amazon discounts 7-inch Kindle Fire HD, possible new model launch soon

08/06, 1:45pm

Discount of $40 for tablet suggests refreshed line for anniversary of launch

Amazon has dropped the price of its seven-inch Kindle Fire HD tablet in the United States. The sudden drop in price of $40 for the tablet is a possible sign that the retailer is trying to reduce stock in the device ahead of an expected launch of a rumored device range refresh in September, the anniversary of the HD version's launch.

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Non-Apple tablets surpass iPad for first time in global marketshare

08/02, 3:32pm

iPad still controls biggest individual share

Non-Apple tablets have collectively surpassed the iPad for the first time in terms of worldwide marketshare, claims research firm Canalys. During the June quarter, Apple achieved a share of 42.7 percent, giving it dominance in terms of individual tablet makers. Together, however, Amazon, Acer, Samsung, Lenovo, and other tablet makers scored a 57.3 percent slice. In Q2 2012, Apple held 71.2 percent of the market versus the remainder's 28.9 percent.

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Amazon rumored to use Snapdragon 800 chips in Kindle Fire HD refresh

07/30, 12:46pm

Three storage capacity options, 2GB RAM, 8MP camera on 8.9-inch model touted

Amazon will be using Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processors in the next generation of Kindle Fire HD tablets, according to a report. Sources state that the quad-core Qualcomm processors, clocked at around 2GHz, will be supported by 2GB of RAM in both the 7-inch and 8.9-inch versions of the tablet, and would bring the mobile device range in line with the more recent versions Google, Samsung, and Apple tablets.

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Amazon to upgrade Kindle Fire displays by end of year, claims report

07/10, 9:15am

Higher resolutions accompany revised casing, moved buttons

Amazon will be updating its range of Kindle Fire tablets before the end of this year, with a report claiming that at least three new models will be added to the tablet range. The new devices would have a few external changes, such as altered button placements, but the main change will be an increase in resolution of the tablet displays.

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Vine brings its short, looping videos to Amazon's Kindle Fire

06/29, 6:57pm

Micro video sharing app appears on newer Kindle Fires

Twitter-owned mini-video sharing app Vine has expanded beyond its Android and iOS base to land on Amazon's Kindle Fire platform, it was revealed on Friday. The Vine app for Kindle Fire brings the short video sharing service to all Kindle Fire devices save the first generation. The Kindle Fire edition comes less than a month after Vine landed on Android.

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Report: iPad continues to rise in North American web traffic stats

06/25, 1:20am

Apple tablet dominate rivals, put squeeze on Amazon

Apple's iPad tablet has high a five-month high in terms of web interaction by North American users, reports mobile advertising firm Chitika, with the next two groups of rivals -- Amazon's Kindle Fire and Samsung's Galaxy tablet models -- far behind. While the iPad platform dropped slightly in April, the report from May shows not only a return to form but surpassing its previous dominance, to a level not seen since Christmas, 82.4 percent. Combined, all the tablet rivals to the iPad have less than 18 percent share in real-world usage stats.

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Amazon opens pre-orders for Kindle Fire HD in 170 countries

05/23, 5:59am

Amazon Appstore operates in nearly 200 countries

Amazon will be putting its Kindle Fire tablets on sale in 170 more countries next month, and has also expanded its Appstore to operate in nearly 200 countries. Pre-orders for the 7-inch and 8.9-inch models of the Kindle Fire HD through Amazon.com, its UK site, France, and Amazon Germany have commenced, with shipments to customers due to start on June 13th.

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Amazon launches Coins virtual currency in US for Appstore purchases

05/13, 11:37am

Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD owners receive 500-coin gift

Amazon has launched its virtual currency in the United States, and has provided Kindle Fire owners with an initial credit on their accounts. The 500 Amazon Coins, valued at $5, can be used to buy apps from the Amazon Appstore as well as in-app items, along with an incentive to continue buying packs of the virtual currency instead of usual cash transactions.

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Amazon Appstore provides paid apps in China before Google Play

05/06, 7:23am

China launch forms part of 200-country Appstore expansion

Amazon has launched its Android Appstore for paid apps in China, ahead of Google and its Play store. The release of the Appstore in the country now means that Amazon is the first of the two main Android app stores to launch in the region and opens the door to Amazon releasing its Kindle Fire tablets in China and other nearby territories.

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iPad again takes top spot on J.D. Power tablet rankings

04/27, 7:32pm

iPad beats out Kindle Fire, others in J.D. Power rankings

Apple's iPad is the best tablet on the market in terms of consumer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power and Associates' new 2013 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study. The survey looked at the opinions of 1,857 tablet owners who've had their devices for less than a year, and Apple's bestselling tablets came out on top for the second time in a row. Apple devices hold the top spots in J.D. Power rankings for both tablets and smartphones.

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Briefly: Google Glass eye control, SmartGlass on Kindle Fire

04/22, 1:54pm

Google Glass companion app includes 'Eye Gestures' functions

Google may allow for users of Glass to use their eyes to control the headset. A user by the name of fodawim on Reddit found eye options hidden in the code of the companion app for Android, specifically functions for winking. Of the five, two related to wink calibration, two turned the function on and off, and one last seems to allow a wink to trigger a photo from its 5-megapixel camera. Other eye-related controls have yet to be found, though the company has patented a number of different control systems that could potentially be used with Glass.

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Amazon smartphone rumor suggests 4.7-inch screen, Q2 release

03/27, 3:59pm

Foxconn manufacturing claimed cause for device delay

Amazon is still working on a smartphone to go along with its Kindle Fire tablet line, according to a new rumor. The retailer will allegedly be eschewing the 4.3-inch screen that some state it will use in favor of a larger 4.7-inch display, and is looking to release the long-rumored device at some point in the second quarter.

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Briefly: Amazon X-Ray for TV shows, 3D-printable Ouya casing

03/27, 2:55pm

Amazon adds X-Ray functionality to popular TV shows

Amazon has updated the X-Ray feature of its Instant Video service to now include television shows. The update will allow users to view IMDB information for individual episodes of programs, including the names of actors, what other shows they have appeared in, and other similar content. Expanding what the company has done to movies in the last six months since the feature's launch, X-Ray is available to use for a number of popular TV shows on the Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, and the Amazon Instant Video app on the Wii U.

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