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Amazon Kindle 2

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 10, 2009

The 2nd generation Kindle from Amazon is now official and is available for pre-order for $359. Oprah surely did help boost sales of the e-book reader. Although the upgrades are not that record-breaking -- 2GB storage for up to 1,500 books, 25% more battery life, better display -- it sure doesn't hurt that this model is thinner (9mm) and lighter (289 grams). The best new feature I guess would be Read to Me which is a text-to-speech feature that reads the e-book (and blogs, magazine, newspaper) for you. But then again, this is one of those gadgets we'll never get…

Amazon Kindle Publishing for Blogs

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: May 15, 2009

Amazon has now opened its Kindle platform to bloggers, allowing them to submit/publish their blog to the network for subscription. Now you can make money from Amazon once people subscribe to your blog via the Kindle. You will get paid 30% of the monthly blog subscription price for every subscriber to your blog. As for pricing of the subscription fee, Amazon will be the one putting a fair value for it. There's a catch though -- even if you publish your blog on Kindle, payment options only allow EFT and check to a US address. Nevertheless, it would be good…

Amazon unveils Kindle Touch, Touch 3G & Kindle Fire

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: September 28, 2011

Amazon announces a full touchscreen Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G, both shedding off the physical keyboard. That, plus the Kindle Fire, which is basically a cheap, dual-core, multi-touch tablet. There's the all-new Kindle which now retails for just $79! Same 6-inch screen but 30% lighter, 18% smaller and has a built-in WiFi. Available now at the Amazon store. The Kindle Touch is basically a step towards the right direction for Amazon, making the popular Kindle a full multi-touch screen e-reader. It's smaller and lighter than the previous Kindle and uses the most-advanced E-Ink display with support for multi-touch. The…

Amazon sells Kindle at $114, but with Ads

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: April 12, 2011

Amazon is now offering their Kindle e-reader at a subsidized price of just $114, down from the regular $139 (about an 18% discount). The catch? Amazon is putting ads on the device. The ads will be in the form of a screen saver (when the Kindle is on idle) or as a banner ad on top while you're reading your ebooks. Amazon promises that the ads will not be intrusive and not ruin the reading experience. Buyers can still get the ad-free variants at the regular $139 price for the WiFi-only and $189 for the 3G. This is probably the…

Amazon to ship Kindle to the Philippines

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: October 7, 2009

Amazon has just announced it will make the Kindle available world wide with an international shipping to over 100 countries, including the Philippines. The Amazon Kindle (the 6" international GSM version) will retail for $279 or just over Php13,000 at current exchange rates. Of course, this does not include customs and other taxes. For the Philippines, it will be available for shipment on October 19 but you can pre-order it now. The map below shows 3G (dark purple) and EDGE/GPRS (light purple) coverage for the Philippines. Accessing this network via the Kindle will be free. There are no monthly fees…

Amazon announces 7″ and 8.9″ Kindle Fire HD tablets

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: September 7, 2012

Amazon has announced two new tablets for its Kindle Fire series: a 7-inch and an 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD. Let's find out what these devices have to offer. The 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD has a 1920x1200 large screen IPS display at 254 ppi. It has dual-core 1.5GHz TI OMAP4 4470 processors, front-facing HD camera, dual speakers, HDMI out and dual band MIMO technology for faster WiFi connectivity. Prices starts at $299 for the 16GB version. 32GB and 64GB variants are also available. No 8GB versions here as Amazon considered it "not enough" for an HD tablet. There's also a 4G…

Amazon Kindle Fire 2 leaked images

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: September 3, 2012

Amazon will be holding a press event this week and a lot are speculating that it will be about the successor to the Kindle Fire. Evidence about the next Fire are becoming more widespread with new images of the suspected Kindle Fire 2 surfaced on the web. See images below courtesy of The Verge: Judging from the photos, the new Fire will have video calling features with the addition of a front-facing camera, microphone and Skype integration. It was also reported that Amazon will be using Nokia Maps to add navigation services to the new Fire which means that the…

This week in YugaDeals: Amazon Kindle Fire

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: March 1, 2012

We're testing something new/different over at YugaDeals and see if it pans out. And since I have been making personal orders directly from the US for a couple of years now, I thought we'd try it out and do it on an experimental basis on YugaDeals for the Amazon Kindle Fire. Amazon Kindle Fire 7-inch IPS multi-touch display @ 1024×600 pixel Dual-core processor 8GB internal storage WiFi 802.11 b/g/n micro-USB 2.0 port 3.5mm audio jack Amazon App Store Go head on over there and if you're interested, go pick one out as well. What we're hoping is that we can…

Kindle: Amazon’s new eBook Reader

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: November 20, 2007

Online retail giant Amazon recently announced a new electronic handheld device called Kindle. Is it time to put down all the paperbacks and hardcovers for an e-Reader? The e-book reader allows you to store up to 200 books and has a little more room for periodicals, magazines and even 300 blogs. All this you can get or download anywhere using a free high-speed cellular wireless network from Sprint (EVDO, Amazon Whispernet). Looking to be a better competitor to the Sony Reader Digital Book (PRS-505). The catch? While access to the network is free, you'll have to pay monthly subscriptions rates…

Amazon’s Kindle Fire vs. Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: September 29, 2011

And we thought Amazon's Kindle Fire was something revolutionary for a tablet until we found out Barnes & Noble's Nook Color actually started it all. Let's look at how much different, or alike, the Kindle Fire is to the Nook Color. Shipped way back in November 2010, the Nook Color is essentially a 7-inch Android tablet disguised as a colored e-Reader and has since sold more than 3 million units. Barnes & Noble Nook Color 7-inch IPS multi-touch display @ 1024x600 pixel TI ARM Cortex-A8 800MHz 512MB RAM 8GB internal memory up to 32GB via microSD WiFi 802.11 b/g/n micro-USB…