Amazon will likely debut a new lineup of Kindle Fire tablets during its upcoming September 6 press conference in Santa Monica, California.
Hundreds of new TV episodes are making their way to Amazon's Prime Instant Video platform.
Amazon will reportedly unveil a new lineup of Kindle Fire tablets during a September 6 press conference in Santa Monica, California.
ESPN has become the latest content provider to join Amazon's Netflix-like streaming service.
There are any number of reasons you might want to spend some time in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil.
Amazon has rolled out its first "moving object" game on Facebook.
Ematic has rolled out a new Android tablet that makes Amazon's Kindle Fire look insanely expensive. Yes, the eGlide 4 is a seven-inch tablet that runs Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
After proving its tablet viability on the Kindle Fire, Amazon is now ready to target its streaming video service to a very different mobile audience.
Amazon has released an update to its Web-based music playing software.
The jig is up for people who have been enjoying an unofficial perk of Amazon's flagship device.
Amazon appears to be planning a Kindle Fire onslaught.
Amazon's announced plans for a new design and development center in London to focus on global digital media projects.
Star Trek really has quite a remarkable family tree. Since the series began in 1966, it's grown in many incredible directions - both on the big and small screen.
It's becoming more and more likely that Amazon will launch a "Kindle Phone" device.
Amazon's recently introduced GameCircle offers Kindle Fire owners a slew of new gaming options - allowing players to easily keep track of achievements, access leaderboards and sync.
It looks like Amazon is indeed working on a "Kindle Phone."
Amazon has done quite well with its 7-inch, $200 Kindle Fire tablet, and is reportedly prepping at least three new Fire devices for launch later this fall.
Apple's rumored iPad Mini will likely shake up the tablet market this holiday season - if Cupertino decides to launch a 16-gigabyte iteration at a $300 price point.
After the wild success of the Kindle Fire, Amazon wants to expand its horizons.
Microsoft's Surface tablet is one sleek looking device. But can it take on Apple's wildly popular iPad and the plethora of Android tablets already on the market?