An Android Jellybean 4.2.1 hack from XDA Developers user Hashcode turns the original Kindle Fire with 512 MB of RAM into a near-exact copy of the Google tablets.
In time for the holiday shopping season, people will be looking to save money elsewhere, and free apps could be the source.
With the wildly successful Kindle reaping in huge earnings for Amazon, the company is taking its new cash cow towards one of the most coveted markets in the financial world--China.
The verdict on Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD tablet is in, and one of the most popular gifts for the holiday season has its share of both fans and detractors.
It has been five years since Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire to tech lovers, a gamble that has since paid off in spades for the company.
Consumers who are looking for a Kindle Fire are in luck, as a number of stores have packaged gift cards alongside this season's most popular tablets
While major retailers are providing deals for popular tablets this holiday season, most refrained from dropping their price points, and instead opted to attach gift cards to select devices.
The Kindle Fire HD is a solid tablet, but lacks some features that rivals can offer.
Amazon's next-gen Kindle Fire will be priced at $159 and looks like a great choice for someone on a tight budget.
Amazon's press conference today that should reveal the Kindle Fire 2 will be held in Santa Monica, Calif.
If Amazon decides to release an ad-supported Kindle Fire 2, the company could offer the cheapest 7-inch Android tablet on the market.
Website TheVerge claims to have gotten its hands on an image of a Kindle Fire 2.
If the iPad Mini is priced aggressively, Apple just might wipe out the competition again.
This holiday season will offer the largest variety of quality tablets and smartphones to date.
Amazon has invited to the press to an event on September 6 in Santa Monica, Calif. No details were provided, but this could be the unveiling of the Kindle Fire 2.