Firefly Now Coming To All (Amazon Kindle) Fire Tablets

The Firefly feature that Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos announced when he launched the Fire Phone in June last year is now coming too all the Fire tablets too. Up until now, this feature had only been available on the more high-end Fire HDX 8.9 tablet, But with the over-the-air (OTA) update that started rolling out on Wednesday, the Firely feature is becoming available on all the other Fire HDX and … more…

Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet Models For 2014 – 2015

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX

So Amazon have launched their new range of Amazon Kindle Fire HDX and HD tablets for 2014 and 2015, with some of the tablets being upgraded while other tablets are new to the range. The new ones are taking pre-orders before they are relased in October. The entry price begins at a record low $99 this year. (UPDATE: In the most recent survey, Amazon’s Fire tablets ranked the highest in … more…

Amazon Kindle Fire 8.9 2014 Model Leaks & Rumors

2013 Model - Kindle Fire 8.9 HDX

It’s the end of July, which is an appropriate time for some possible leaks and rumors ahead of a possible new Amazon Kindle Fire 8.9 tablet. And just like with last year’s launch, the possible hardware is cutting edge. AnTuTu have listed the new 2014 Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 tablet with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor at 2.45GHz, with Adreno 420 GPU and 2GB RAM. The 8.9-inch display … more…

Kindle Fire HDX 7 & 8.9 On Sale For Super Bowl

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX Sale

Amazon have been having a few of these the last months, and now they are at it again with a $30 discount on the Kindle Fire HDX 7 and 8.9 tablets. This brings the price of the cheapest Kindle Fire HDX down from $229 to just $199, while the 8.9 HDX is brought down from $379 to $349. As you can see from the banner, this is a Super Bowl … more…

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX – The World’s Fastest Tablets

Fire HDX 7

Who makes the world’s fastest tablets? Amazon does, that’s who. What?! As far as Amazon is concerned, Samsung, Asus and others have nothing compared to the brand new Kindle Fire HDX tablets launched by Amazon today. It didn’t come as a complete surprise, since the rumors surrounding Amazon’s potential use of the powerful 2.2GHz quad-core processors had circulated for months. But to actually see it materialize is another enchilada altogether. … more…