Amazon never releases Kindle sales figures but it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that they are selling way more Kindle Fires than E Ink Kindles, probably more than all the E Ink Kindles combined, in fact. Today Amazon released a statement boasting about selling 4 times more Kindles this year for Black Friday […]
This Kindle Fire vs Nook Tablet comparison review outlines the similarities between the two most popular ereading tablets on the market, and details the advantages each one has over the other. At the bottom of this post there is a video review comparing the Kindle Fire vs Nook Tablet side-by-side for a closer look. Trying […]
I’ve had the Kindle Fire for over a week now and was able to finish up the Kindle Fire Review this morning. Most of the first page is dedicated to reviewing the Kindle Fire as an ereader and the second page covers its multimedia features. You’ll notice a few topics missing from the review, such […]
My Kindle Fire arrived early this morning so I’ve had all day to test it out and experiment with different things. I put together a video review and thought I’d write down some first impression while everything is still fresh in my brain. First off, I like the feel of the Kindle Fire. It is […]
Here’s a list of ten must-have apps for the Kindle Fire that aren’t available in the Amazon Appstore. The Kindle Fire allows for installing apps from sources other than Amazon, luckily, but it can be hard to know where to get them. That’s where this post comes in. First, before you can install apps from […]
The three largest ebook companies all have shiny new color ereaders that double as tablets ready just in time for the holiday season, with all of them trying to duplicate the success of the Nook Color from last year. Comparing the specs of the Nook Tablet versus the Kindle Fire and Kobo Vox reveals all […]
I just received an email from Kindle Support regarding the new firmware update for the Kindle Keyboard and the new archiving and syncing of personal documents feature that Amazon recently implemented. There was some question as to whether or not the Kindle apps would be gettting archiving and syncing of personal documents and non-Kindle ebooks […]
The Lenovo IdeaPad A1 just went up for pre-order a couple days ago starting at $199 from Lenovo’s website. Given the price and specs, the Lenovo IdeaPad A1 just might be a better tablet to go with than the Kindle Fire, and it is a better tablet than the Nook Color, at least on paper.