The Kindle Fire is Amazon’s first tablet and while it has a lot of good things going for it, one of the three biggest disappointments with the Kindle Fire is the fact that it comes with just 5.37 GB of available storage space (plus an additional 1.17 GB for apps) and doesn’t have any memory […]
When it comes to reading ebooks, the Kindle Fire is a lot different than other Kindles. For one, the Kindle Fire automatically sequesters sideloaded ebooks and documents from Kindle Books, making them appear in a separate section for documents instead of the main ebook library list. Thanks to Calibre, there is an easy fix for […]
Amazon started rolling out a firmware update for the Kindle Fire earlier today. The new software version is 6.2.2. Your Kindle Fire may have already updated itself automatically. To check, open settings then scroll down to “Device”. The software number is listed below “System Version”.
There’s a new firmware update available from Amazon for the Kindle Touch. I just installed it and haven’t noticed any improvements or changes whatsoever. Maybe page turns are a little faster—it’s hard to tell. The only real difference I can find is that it kills the landscape mode trick I posted about the other day. […]
There’s now a simple way to active landscape mode on the Kindle Touch. For some reason Amazon neglected to give the Kindle Touch landscape mode and they’ve yet to issue a firmware update to add it, but thanks to developers at MobileRead, activating landscape mode on the Kindle Touch is now as easy as playing […]
Amazon has released a really cool new application for Windows computers called Send to Kindle that allows Kindle users to easily upload and send personal documents and non-Amazon ebooks to Kindle devices, Kindle apps, and Amazon’s cloud from a personal computer. Send to Kindle stores your personal documents and ebooks to your Kindle account for […]
The SolarKindle is a lighted cover for Kindle ereaders that comes equipped with a solar panel on the front of the case for charging a reserve battery along with the Kindle’s battery. SolarFocus showed off demos of the SolarKindle cover at CES after announcing it last week so it has been getting plenty of news […]
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m really liking the Kindle Fire and I haven’t even rooted it or installed any ROMs yet. But one thing I don’t like is the web browser. The Kindle Fire comes with its own special web browser called Amazon Silk that was developed by Amazon’s engineers. It is […]