On it’s second anniversary, Amazon has decided to offer a goodie bag full of applications for free. Although the collection is not substantially awesome , you would find a good two or more worthy applications for yourself. After Google Play started
It seems Amazon is now going all against Google with reports suggesting that Amazon could have ditched Google for Nokia to use Nokia’s mapping solution instead of the Google Maps. We all know Amazon didn’t use any Google services in
We recently reported that the Android Jelly Bean 4.1 source code has been released to the Android open source project (AOSP) and we had been pretty excited at the prospects of custom ROMs based on the latest iteration of the green robot
We guessed we wouldn’t see the 41-MP behemoth Nokia 808 PureView go on the sale in the US and our guessing was based on the fact that Symbian which runs the amazing cameraphone is not exactly a favorite in the States. But Nokia
Nokia announced its Q1 earning reports yesterday and things are not looking good for the Finnish giant, its stock also hit a 16-year low. There were also reports of some Lumia 900 having some issues which added to the gloom.
We know that the Lumia 900, Nokia’s grand entry to the US market is on back-order at AT&T Store and at Amazon Store. The flagship Nokia Windows Phone went on pre-order on 30th March and will be available April 8.
In an interview with The Daily Dot, Steve, a self-described 24 year old man elaborates his dubious bot-powered spam business that clutters Pinterest with recommendations for random things from dressed to boats from bogus accounts, and makes thousands of dollars
With the success of the Kindle Fire, Amazon has broken into the iPad dominated tablet market with a bang and they need to follow-up very strongly. There have been plenty of rumors lately as what Amazon will follow up with
We came across the new Full-Frame DSLRs from Nikon, the D4 and D800 recently and we heard the D4 was coming “mid-March” and D800 following it by a week or two and now both the cameras are listed at Amazon for
Rumors have recently heated up when it came to a successor to Amazon’s quite successful tablet, the Kindle Fire. The original was a bit of a rush job, using the PlayBook’s body and borrowing elements of it as well.
The Kindle Fire was a big hit in the market. It was priced right and targeted to the right consumer. Everything was right about it from the get go, which lead to the success of the device. Now, because
Amazon has now made the WiFi Kindle Touch available for delivery across borders. The site reported that almost a million Kindle devices were sold by them in December. The full lineup of Kindle devices is, however, only available currently in the
At CES this year, Fujifilm revealed the price of its X-Pro1 which is a mirrorless camera. The camera has been priced at $1,699.95 and will start being officially sold in stores this month. This price covers ONLY the body, of course
Brandon Watson is one of the quite well-known name among the developers and followers of Windows Phone. He was the head of Windows Phone Developer Experience at Microsoft and had an important role in making Windows Phone 7 more popular while making
The SolarKindle is a case and solar-powered battery charger for the Amazon Kindle, it was announced back in November but we had no exact date as to when we’ll get to see it in the marketbut now SolarFocus Technology Company Ltd. has announced that the
MIUI has been making its way into latest smartphones and tablets recently, so it wouldn’t have been long until the highly successful Kindle Fire and so not so surprisingly MIUI now has made its way to the Kindle Fire thanks
Amazon is definitely having some good time with its Kindle sales, including the successful Kindle Fire which has really boosted the Amazon Kindles sales and now the company reports that the Kindle sales reached 4 million in December and the month is
The developers have proved it again, that they are faster than the companies when it comes to running and releasing the latest operating system for devices which still don’t have official support. Yes, it’s the Kindle Fire this time.