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There Are "Five Or Six" New Kindle Fires Coming? Nope, Probably Just Two

There’s a Reuters report out there saying there will be “five or six” new Kindle Fire models, according Demos Parneros, president of US Retail for Staples (like Officeworks for the uninitiated), but “five or six” doesn’t mean what you think it means, exactly.


Rumourmodo: Apple To Launch Smaller, Cheaper iPad While Amazon Goes Large

Earlier this month, reports from both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg suggested that Apple is planning to launch a smaller iPad. Now, citing independent sources, the New York Times is reporting that Apple plans to launch a cheaper 7.85-inch tablet later this year.


Kindle Fire Gets Jelly Bean Port

If you’re a Kindle Fire owner and painfully jealous of the new Nexus 7, here’s something to make you feel a little better: you can now install Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your tablet.


Rumoured iPad Mini's Size Compared To iPad, Nexus 7 And Kindle Fire

The whispers and smoke and noise about the rumoured iPad mini — an iPad that would be 7.85 inches in screen size — are definitely getting louder. It’s by no means real yet, but the iPad mini could very well be an actual thing. But what would it look like?


Report: Amazon's Next Kindle Fire Will Have A Better Display

AllThingsD is reporting that the next Kindle Fire will be thinner and lighter than the current Kindle Fire with a better display, boosting the pixels to a 1280×800 resolution. Supposedly, Amazon is targeting the second half of the year for the release — late in the third quarter, to be a little more specific.


You Can't Beat The iPad Just By Losing Money

The most remarkable thing about Google’s Nexus 7 tablet can’t be found on its spec sheet. It won’t show up in any benchmark, and it has nothing to do with that zippy new operating system. If you want to know the true significance of the Nexus 7, all you need to look at is the price tag.


Report: Kindle Fire 2 Could Show Up Next Month

Microsoft’s shown off Surface, Google just might reveal its own tablet, and according to an unnamed CNET source, Amazon is joining the party with the Kindle Fire 2, reportedly set to debut in July.


Kindle Fire: New Screen Size And Ad-Supported Model On The Way?

Amazon captured a significant proportion of the Android tablet market with the Kindle Fire, largely thanks to its cheap selling price. There’s still sadly no word on an Australian launch date — although that hasn’t stopped some importing them — but the current crop of rumours suggest that the Kindle fire may be getting bigger and/or cheaper.


Amazon's Next Kindle Will Be Front-Lit

Reuters is reporting that the next Kindle will be front-lit and will be coming out in July. It’s a smart move because it’ll let users read their Kindles in the dark and an obvious one for Amazon to make as Barnes & Noble already has a front-lit Nook.


Non-iPad Speaker Dock Says The Kindle Fire's Finally Arrived

It’s a rarer occurrence that spotting bigfoot riding the Loch Ness monster, but Grace Digital Audio has just announced a speaker dock designed specifically for the Kindle Fire. You read that right, the FireDock won’t even acknowledge the iPad’s existence.


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