Amazon.com has just announced the introduction of its new Wearable Technology store – a dedicated one-stop shop where customers can easily find out about the latest wearable technology and research wearable devices including: Activity trackers Smart watches Watch phones Wearable cameras and so on. John Nemeth, Director of Wireless and Mobile Electronics at Amazon commented […]
Amazon announced that this Black Friday and Cyber Monday were the best ever for the Kindle family. The new Kindle e-readers and tablets remain at the top of Amazon’s best sellers list worldwide.
Amazon has announced that the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” the large-screen version of it’s best-selling HD tablet ships today, just in time for Christmas.
Amazon’s Kindle topped Amazon.com’s “Best of 2011” Lists with the Kindle Fire listed as ‘the best selling’, ‘most gifted and the ‘most wished’ for item.
MetroPCS Communications has just released a selection of its handsets on Amazon.com. Customers can browse and purchase from MetroPCS’ selection of feature phones, smartphones, Android and 4G LTE devices.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) has reacted angrily to Amazon’s new Price Check App.
Amazon’s Price Check app allows shoppers find the lowest price. The Price Check app is available for iPhone and Android and can be downloaded for free from the Amazon Appstore, Android Market and App Store for iPhone.
Amazon.com announced that it began shipping its Kindle Fire tablet/ebook reader a day early on November 14. Already the company claims that the Kindle Fire is its best selling item.
AT&T has announced that it will sell Amazon’s Kindle Touch 3G from next week priced at $149. Amazon’s Kindle is the No. 1 bestselling e-reader in the world with an easy-to-use touch screen that makes it simple to turn pages, search, shop, and take notes.
Analyst firm IHS iSuppli has carried out a ‘virtual’ deconstruction of Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet. They conclude that the Kindle Fire costs around $10 more to manufacture than the $199 Amazon are selling it for.