‘Amazon’s Kindle Tablet Will Only Support Two Fingers To The iPad’s Ten’ hyperventilates Ed Sutherland over on Cult of Mac, missing the point entirely. Amazon’t Kindle tablet doesn’t have to be an ‘iPad killer’ to be a success.
Amazon.com has introduced new features for its Kindle for Android app, including the ability to search within an e-book via typing or voice. Meanwhile, the company has ratcheted up its marketing campaign for the Kindle e-reader itself, releasing a TV commercial that compares the Kindle's low price and better sunlight readability to the Apple iPad....
With the iPad mini announcement creating a surgance in Kindle Fire HD sales for Amazon, it’s not surprising that the company would take advantage of these record-setting figures by comparing its 7-inch tablet against Apple’s new 7.9-inch miniature iPad.
To show the various reasons why a consumer may want to purchase Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD instead of Apple’s new iPad m
The long-anticipated release of Kindle devices in China may finally become a reality. On Wednesday, the Kindle iPhone and iPad apps launched in the Chinese App Store; the Android version is also available for download. Meanwhile, Amazon China’s Kindle bookstore is now stocked with about 22,500 Chinese language titles.
Oh, Amazon. You're silly. But also very right.
In Amazon's latest assault on the gadget establishment, the Kindle HDK 8.9 takes on the iPad Air, correctly pointing out that Amazon's offering has a better screen and is lighter than its Apple counterpart. Plus, the Kindle HDX 8.9 is cheaper.
With this advert, Amazon joins Microsoft in selling their wares directly against Apple's.
Amazon.com announced that a free e-reader app for its Kindle Store is coming to Android. The Kindle for Android app arrives amidst growing competition from low-cost e-readers such as the Kobe, Android models like the hot-selling Nook, and multi-function color tablets ranging from the iPad to a possible new Sony device....
OK, so I have been looking for a GOOD multimedia tab. I have the iPad 3, Asus TF700 and now the Nexus 10. Tell ya what, there isn't a lot to choose from in terms of performance or display. The displays on all of them are remarkable. iOS6 is fast and smooth. So is Android on the other two. My preference is for Android, but the iPad has more apps available, so that's a good thing.