Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro Advert Lays Into iPad, Surface and Kindle

This is the advertising equivalent of walking up to the most popular kids in school, kicking them in the nether regions and then asking them out for a fight. Fair play to Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro advert -- it's got balls, if not all of its facts straight. Read More >>

Six Cameras and Gesture Input May be Amazon's Smartphone USP

A tech industry analyst who has form for getting things right when projecting what the tech giants are planning to launch has outlined his thoughts on Amazon's future smartphone, suggesting it might be a surprisingly high-end model with SIX separate cameras to enable some sort of gesture input. Read More >>

Amazon's Smartphone May be Powerful and Affordable

It has been slow out of the blocks when it comes to putting out an own-brand smartphone, but it looks as though Amazon won't be doing it by half measures if and when it does release a handset. The latest rumours suggest that not only will Amazon's blower be a high-end device, but it'll be priced within reach of even the most penny-pinched tech fans. Take that to heart, Apple. Read More >>

First-Gen Kindle Paperwhite Receiving Second-Gen Software Features

...Including Goodreads, kid-friendly FreeTime, improved cloud organiSAtion, and a handful of other little benefits. Read our review of the first Kindle Paperwhite here. [Amazon] Read More >>

These Kindle Fire HD Tablets are Your "Prime Time Purchase" Deal of the Day

Do you read books? Ones made out of paper? What are you? A troglodyte? Do you also light your house with paraffin lamps and sleep in a bed full of polio with a pan full of urine under it? Get with the programme! Everyone's reading electronic books now! Read More >>

A Saving of £55 on an iPad Mini is Your "Small Tablet, Smallish Price Tag" Deal of the Day

Apple products are nice and all, but what makes people queue in the street for weeks on end, living like tramps just so they can get their hands on something marginally before anyone else? Apple fans may be crackers, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't try out the device for yourself. Read More >>

Hitler's Mein Kampf is Proving a Private eBook Bestseller

Adolf Hitler's fascist manifesto Mein Kampf is finding a new audience through digital eReaders, racing towards the top of digital eBook charts as readers access the book in the more private, sleeveless form. Read More >>

Report: The Next Kindle Paperwhite Will Have Screen and Font Upgrades

A report from TechCrunch based on a prototype viewing indicates that Amazon is making upgrades to the Paperwhite e-reader for release in spring 2014. Screen resolution is set to jump from 212 ppi to 300 ppi and the redesigned unit will supposedly be lighter than the current model. Read More >>

Kindle Fire HDX Teardown: Blazing Guts (Just Pray It Doesn't Break)

We're big fans of Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX, but we've been waiting to see exactly what lurks within its sleek frame for a while. Fortunately, iFixit has now stripped it bare, and it's thumbs up all round—unless you wanna try and repair it. Read More >>

A Nook Simple Touch Glowlight Is Today's Kindle-Replacement Deal of the Day

Thinking about getting a Kindle e-reader but put off by the price of the damned thing? Your sleepless, cold sweat-filled nights could be at an end. Read on and be dazzled... Read More >>

The Kindle Fire HD Redesigned Using Last Year's Guts

In addition to the new Kindle Fire HDX, Amazon also has a new, low-cost model of the original Kindle Fire HD. The new model has a redesign to look like the new HDX—they're very angular now, but internally it's the same old gear. Read More >>

Kindle Fire HDX Hands-On: Amazon's Tablet, All Grown Up At Last

The new Kindle Fires are here. And they're pretty damn impressive. The Kindle Fire HDX, in 7- and 8.9-inch models, has improved the screen, processor, RAM, software, and body of last year's Fire HD. And that's before you get to the insane new tech support feature Amazon dreamed up. But is that enough for the Fire to shake its rep as the "cheap" tablet? Maybe. Read More >>

Jane Austen's Complete Works on Kindle are Your "Just 12p?" Deal of the Day

You might have read the news that American pop idol Kelly Clarkson has been unable to take a ring that originally belonged to our own Jane Austen out of the country. It's okay -- she hasn't nicked it. Read More >>

This Is Supposedly Amazon's Next Kindle Fire HD

The images BGR obtained are supposedly the 7-inch model of the HD, but the design changes will apparently carry over to the larger 8.9-inch model as well. The design update includes new buttons, which are easier to use than their predecessors (THANK GOD), as well as stereo speakers that have been moved from the bottom to the top of the tablet's body. Read More >>

Amazon: We Won't Launch a Phone in 2013, and It Won't Be Free, Either

Late last week, Wall Street Journal vets Jessica Lessin and Amir Efrati claimed that an Amazon phone launch was imminent, and that the handset would be free. Amazon has responded to those claims, stating that neither is true. Read More >>

The New Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: Better Screen, Same Kindle (Hands On)

Amazon just officially announced its new Kindle Paperwhite on its site. It's a refresh of last year's model, the first time Amazon has put out an iterative update, with a better screen and some new software. It will be out in the UK 9th October, for £109. Read More >>


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