Thanks to Sony's high production yields, some retailers like Amazon have been given more stock, allowing them to upgrade a number of pre-orders from standard edition to launch day releases.
Amazon’s upcoming second-generation Kindle Fire HD 7″ has been laid out in the open in leaked pictures, revealing a new design and a full HD display.
48 hours. That’s how long it took Amazon to make an unprecedented marketing move and address rumors of the world’s first Kindle smartphone for the first time.
A report claims that Amazon is looking to make its upcoming smartphone completely free, both on and off-contract, in order to attract users towards its ecosystem.
Metro: Last Light is currently available for just $20 on Steam. The deal will be active till Thursday. Amazon is also offering a huge discount on a bunch of games this week.
The best e-book reader gets even better.
Amazon is launching an interesting new program next month, the Kindle Matchbook, which will offer Kindle copies of purchased printed books at discounted prices.
Amazon's new online promotion allows customers a one-off chance to upgrade to an Xbox One version of select titles for just $9.99, along with bonus trade-in offers.
Remember that report starring Amazon’s next line of Kindle Fire tablets which claimed at least two of these were to be powered by Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip? Though unconfirmed, it had a distinct whiff of credibility and to this day it’s yet to be debunked.
So you think the new Nexus 7 is impressive, huh? After all, it sports a super-crisp display, runs the latest Android version, packs 2 GB RAM and weighs an incredible 290 grams. Plus, it’s dirt-cheap. But how about you hold off for a couple months before deciding to buy or skip it?
ICANN rules to allow the first non-English top level domains, while rejecting Amazon’s request for .Amazon
Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, has confirmed in a Tweet that the PS4's PlayStation Store will be streamlined to run more efficiently than current iteration on PS3.
Big news for Android enthusiasts that dig a certain aluminum-made phone with 4.7-inch Full HD screen, Boom Sound technology, Snapdragon 600 power and UltraPixel camera, but are yet to put their money where their mouth is.
Seeing as Amazon unveiled the first Kindle Fire tab back in September 2011 and the fairly impressive trio of follow-ups one year later, it’s not exactly a stretch to assume we’re but a couple of months away from a few new exciting announcements.
After E3 last week, we begin to sweep up the confetti from the floor and see who won the battle of the next-gen. And no it wasn’t Nintendo…
There were a lot of people who wanted to pre-order the PS4 but were a little slow in pulling the trigger and therefore could not snag a launch edition but Amazon has you covered if you just cannot wait.
Amazon has announced the launch of its “Indie Games Store”, a new category that which the online retailer hopes will give indie developers the boost that they need.
Now the competition knows what cards they’re going to play, how much will we have to bet for this console generation?
Malicious emails have been sent out disguised as originating from Amazon’s UK branch. The widespread email contains malware, so beware!
WSJ reports that Amazon is working on a line-up of gadgets that includes two smartphones, one of which will have a 3D display. Other gadgets include an audio-only streaming device.