Custom recovery arrives on the Kindle Fire HD courtesy of XDA Developers.
Amazon's entry-level $199 Kindle Fire HD carries a bill of materials (BOM) of $165, in addition to a $9 manufacturing fee.
Amazon has rolled out a free Android app for its Cloud Drive Photos platform, making it easier for users to upload, store, share and browse photos from their phones and tablets.
Reports indicate that Google’s Chromebook has already climbed to the top of the Amazon’s best seller list - effectively pushing Apple’s wildly popular 13-inch MacBook Pro to the second place on the online retail site.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD tablet may still have a locked bootloader, but that hasn't stopped modders from rooting the popular device - even if full custom software installations are still blocked.
Apple really wants to beef up its voice recognition platform.
If you are an avid ebook user, chances are you are in for a nice little surprise.
Amazon thinks Apple's lawsuit over the name "app store" should just be dismissed already.
Amazon is launching a way for Android users to find apps that will actually run on their device.
The official Pocket Edition of Minecraft has finally gone live for the Kindle Fire on Amazon’s curated App Store.
Amazon lets you skip the ads on its new lineup of Kindle Fire HD tablets for $15.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD lineup may be an "ambitious" initiative, but is unlikely to unseat Apple's iPad as the reigning king of the tablet market.
Amazon is showcasing its next-gen Kindle Fire tablet lineup at an event in Santa Monica, California.
Amazon's expected to announce a new Kindle and Kindle Fire later today, after teasing them in a TV ad last night.
Reports of an Amazon-branded smartphone have been circulating for quite some time now.
A 3G-enabled Nexus 7 tablet makes perfect sense, especially with Amazon poised to refresh its Kindle Fire lineup in just a few days
Recent patent filings indicate that Amazon may be eyeing the creation of a dual-screen tablet.
A picture of Amazon's next-generation Kindle Fire tablet may have been leaked just days before its official launch.
After selling millions and millions of units, Amazon no longer has any more Kindle Fire tablets to sell.
Amazon's Appstore is launching in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, in what's a pretty strong hint that the Kindle Fire will soon make it to Europe too.