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.
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?
Amazon's Kindle Fire boasts a sweet $199 price point and is currently one of the most popular Android tablets on the market.
The video streaming platform wars continue, as HBO Go is making its way to another audience.
"A pattern similar to smartphones is also occurring in tablets, with Apple and Samsung demonstrating staying power while other tablet vendors ebb and flow like the tide."
The first quarter of 2012 numbers are in, and they show a lot of strength for the tablet market.
A new report claims Apple is preparing to launch an 8GB iPad "mini" this October for less than $250.
The Kindle Fire is truly a sweet device for genre fans like myself who just can't seem to get enough science fiction and fantasy.
Tablet sales may very well outpace notebook PC shipments by 2016, at least according to analysts at NPD DisplaySearch.
IDC has confirmed a "steep drop" in shipments of Android-based tablets as Apple continues to dominate the lucrative market with its wildly popular iPad.
We’ve had a few days to think about what the deal between Microsoft and Barnes & Noble will mean in terms of hardware.
It's possible that as many as half of the Android tablets that people are using today are Kindle Fires.
Google is reportedly preparing to the enter the tablet market with its indigenously designed Nexus, as CEO Larry Page confirms he remains "quite focused" on reaching the lower end of the tablet space.
Apple's iPad continues to dominate the mobile market and is expected to account for 61.4% of worldwide media tablet sales in 2012 - despite the advent of Windows 8 and Amazon’s popular Kindle Fire.
An XDA-Dev member has managed to mod the FireFireFire Extended Bootloader so that it can be used to dual-boot Amazon's popular Kindle Fire tablet.
Apple currently dominates the lucrative tablet market with its wildly popular lineup of 9.7-inch iPads, and will likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
Mountain View is reportedly partnering with Asus to manufacture a 7-inch Google-branded tablet that could hit store shelves by May 2012.