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Amazon Fire range refreshed, with new colours for Fire HD and more powerful HDX

Amazon Fire range refreshed, with new colours for Fire HD and more powerful HDX

By 18 September 2014

Amazon has dropped the Kindle branding from its tablet ranges and refreshed the line-up for 2014. The new Amazon Fire HD tablets come in 6- and 7-inch screen sizes and five different colour choices - perhaps to tackle the rise of the bright and cheery... >>

Amazon celebrates customer satisfaction joy by rewarding you with £25 off Kindle Fire tablets

Amazon celebrates customer satisfaction joy by rewarding you with £25 off Kindle Fire tablets

By 17 January 2014

Amazon has been voted the number one retailer in the UK for customer satisfaction over Christmas for the seventh year running. And to celebrate it has knocked £25 off prices of Kindle Fire tablets, including the Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX 7 and... >>

Print wirelessly from your Kindle Fire HD and HDX directly to Epson printers

Print wirelessly from your Kindle Fire HD and HDX directly to Epson printers

By 9 December 2013

Epson has announced support on its Connect printers for all Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX tablets, allowing them to wirelessly print. Some of this is thanks to Android 4.4 KitKat which now has native printing support built-in. So while the... >>

Amazon giving away £15 bundle of apps for free, includes Angry Birds Star Wars

Amazon giving away £15 bundle of apps for free, includes Angry Birds Star Wars

By 25 October 2013

Amazon is giving away six apps for free for its Kindle Fire tablet devices. Available for today only, 25 October, the combined total cost of the apps would be over £15 if bought. Included in the deal are Angry Birds Star Wars Premium HD, Toca Builders,... >>

Kindle Fire HDX vs Kindle Fire HD: What's the difference?

Kindle Fire HDX vs Kindle Fire HD: What's the difference?

By 16 October 2013

Amazon has announced that the new Kindle Fire tablets are now available in the UK, following US launch in September, bringing you all the goodness of Amazon in a glossy new device. It's going under the name Kindle Fire HDX, with that X, you guessed it,... >>

Amazon brings Kindle Fire HDX 7 and 8.9-inch tablets and new Kindle Fire HD to the UK

Amazon brings Kindle Fire HDX 7 and 8.9-inch tablets and new Kindle Fire HD to the UK

By 16 October 2013

Amazon has announced the UK release dates and prices for its new tablet devices and is now accepting pre-orders. The Kindle Fire HDX comes in two sizes, 7- and 8.9-inches, with the smaller of the two starting at £199, the larger £329. The 7-inch HDX... >>

Candy Crush Saga coming to Amazon Kindle Fire tablets this week

Candy Crush Saga coming to Amazon Kindle Fire tablets this week

By 15 October 2013

King is releasing its most successful games app for Amazon Kindle Fire tablets devices. That includes the Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD (both generations) and the new Kindle Fire HDX. Selected territories will be able to download the game for free today,... >>

Amazon Kindle Fire OS 3.0 Mojito: What is it and is it coming to my tablet?

Amazon Kindle Fire OS 3.0 Mojito: What is it and is it coming to my tablet?

By 25 September 2013

Amazon has announced a range of new tablets, for the US at least, and with them a new version of its operating system. Like previous iterations, Fire OS 3.0 (codenamed "Mojito") is based on Android but is heavily layered with Amazon's own portals and... >>

Amazon announces Kindle Fire HDX tablets and new, cheaper Kindle Fire HD

Amazon announces Kindle Fire HDX tablets and new, cheaper Kindle Fire HD

By 25 September 2013

Amazon has refreshed its entire tablet line-up with a replacement for the Kindle Fire HD that adds a few features yet costs significantly less and higher-specified Kindle Fire HDX devices at 7 and 8.9-inches. The Kindle Fire HDX tablets effectively replace... >>

Amazon Kindle Fire HD leaks suggest high-resolution updates

Amazon Kindle Fire HD leaks suggest high-resolution updates

By 16 August 2013

The next version of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD may come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset and a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution display, if new details prove to be accurate. The current iteration of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablets were launched on... >>