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It has been said many times before but in the gadget obsessed world we live in, hanging on every rumor or drop of speculation about the next device to be announced, it often bears repeating.
Amazon is competing with Apple's Game Center with GameCircle, a service that brings achievements and leaderboards to Kindle Fire games.
New renders show off what the Kindle Fire 2 might look like if current rumors proved fruitful.
Color me puzzled. Google has announced and is accepting pre-orders of its own entry in the Tablet world. The Nexus 7, made by Asus, is a 7 inch Tablet supposedly targeted at both Amazon's Kindle Fire and Apple's iPad.
Amazon Rumored to Enter 3D Mapping Market for Kindle Fire Tablet
Trumpets blare. And they're off. Well, not quite. Like the last couple of years we now have almost all of the entrants announced for this year's Great Tablet Holiday Sweepstakes.
Amazon's Kindle Fire 2 could be launched on July 31, just in time for back-to-school.
Amazon to Copy Apple's Strategy with Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire 2 HD Pricing
HBO Go for the Kindle Fire has arrived.
iPad owners are more likely to be "Very Satisfied" with their tablet purchase than Android tablet owners and Kindle Fire owners.
Tablet Rumors: Amazon Goes Big While Apple Shoots Small
My wife, Thomasin, might be familiar to some GBM readers for some videos she did here on the site awhile back. (Do a search here on the site for "Thomasin" if you want to catch some of the fun of those videos.) If you do remember those videos you'll remember several thi...
Amazon to Release Kindle With Light, New Kindle Fire Tablet Later This Year
Amazon's Kindle Fire is available for a mere $139, refurbished, but only for a limited time.
Retail giant Target will no long carry the Kindle Fire or any other Kindle after this spring, but will still sell the Nook Tablet.
A recent survey says that moms want iPad for Mother's Day, but many will have to settle for flowers instead.
There are a gazillion posts today reporting the news from comScore that Amazon's Kindle Fire has 54.4% of the Android Tablet market.
Draw Something has arrived for the Kindle Fire.
According to comScore, as of February 2012 the Kindle Fire represented 54.4% of the Android tablet market.
Which 7-in tablet should you choose? The Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, Lenovo IdeaPad A1 & Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 are all $199 - $249; which is best?
These 7-inch Android tablets both cost less than $250, but which one is best for you? We compare software, hardware, app and media selection
TurboTax for Android will let you file your taxes for free from you Android Tablet or Kindle Fire if you start them by Sunday, April 1.
Ever wanted to load your own videos onto the Kindle Fire but don't know how? Follow these simple steps.
Compare top 7-in Android tablets under $300: Amazon Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet, Lenovo IdeaPad A1 & Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
Amazon to Launch 3 New Kindle Fire Tablets in 2012, But No 10-Inch Slate
Our review of the Lenovo IdeaPad A1.
The new iPad is stunning, but it might not be the best tablet for your needs. Read our comparison of the iPad and Kindle Fire.
Amazon Prepping Two Kindle Fire Tablet Sequels for Release Later This Year
iPad didn't impress you? There's a world of choices out there. Here are five alternatives that scratch a particular itch Apple doesn't.
Best Buy appears to be planning to sell a cheaper iPad 2 after the iPad 3 release date, allowing Apple to compete with the Kindle Fire.
The iPad 3 has new competition, but it will still outsell the iPad 2. Especially if this is the best "stiff" competiton Android has to offer.
Apple may launch a cheaper iPad 2 at the iPad 3 event. A 8GB iPad 2 could retail for as low as $299, competing with the Kindle Fire.
The MLB At Bat 12 app recently received an update for the new season. Subscribe and watch baseball all year on your tablet or smartphone.
With the iPad 3 release date quickly approaching, Kindle Fire owners are eying the iPad 3 as an upgrade to the budget Kindle Fire. Are you?