Apple and Amazon shouldn’t be competitors, as one is a retailer and the other a hardware manufacturer. In fact, they should be partners - with Amazon selling Apple products.
As we ramp up to Black Friday this year, I’m up to my armpits in new tablets, so much so that I’m convinced some must be having unprotected sex and making tablet babies. Of course, each tablet has its own unique advantages and disadvantages.
Consider a book sitting on a shelf. You can lend it out to a friend, you don’t need a special device to read it, and if you are so inclined, you can photocopy it. This isn’t true with Kindle eBooks.
Rumours that online bookseller Amazon might be developing its own smartphone gathered momentum after it announced that it had hired a a 20-year Microsoft veteran who most recently worked in its Windows Phone unit.
We've seen some really cool hacks for the Amazon Kindle family of digital readers over the years.
We would cautiously propose that accidentally leaving your phone on doesn't frequently make planes fall from the sky, but now the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reportedly considering letting passengers keep their electronics on.
Remember netbooks? Yes, the once-popular devices which eventually fell out of favor once tablets like Apple's iPad and Amazon's Kindle took the mobile world by storm.
Shakespeare once asked what’s in a name, and while a name shouldn’t matter if an innovation is great, having a cool moniker certainly doesn’t hurt.
Amazon's launched a new subscription service for children, offering an all-you-can-eat menu of books, games, apps, movies and TV programming.
Imagine a smartphone you only had to charge once a week.
If you are an avid ebook user, chances are you are in for a nice little surprise.
If you thought Amazon's Kindle was cheap, get a load of the Beagle.
Barnes & Noble has decided to officially cut the price of its Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight.
Amazon's next-gen Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD are reportedly equipped with locked bootloaders.
Essentially, this means the creation of custom ROMs could take just a little while to get off the ground.
The KindleBerry Pi isn't exactly the most portable or practicle computer on the market, but it's sufficiently geeky.
Toys R Us has joined the trend of retail companies creating their own tablet hardware.
The Kobo brand, perhaps best known as the one that was tied to the now-defunct retailer Borders, is looking to grab some new attention for the holiday season.
Amazon's expected to announce a new Kindle and Kindle Fire later today, after teasing them in a TV ad last night.
Recent patent filings indicate that Amazon may be eyeing the creation of a dual-screen tablet.
In a world where even Amazon is turning focus away from black-and-white ereaders, Sony has decided to step back into the market.