Amazon’s entry to the tablet market, the Kindle Fire, has managed to become the first Android tablet PC to see incredible usage in just a short period, making record-breaking sales. According to mobile research firm Flurry, the Amazon Kindle Fire, which was launched on November 15, has already reached the level of Samsung Galaxy Tab in application usage by a Google...

Lots of Android tablets have been released, but none of them have come near the Apple iPad when it comes to controlling the market, and it seems that the biggest of them all is Amazon’s Kindle Fire, which was developed by the company to barely look like an Android tablet. Now, search giant and Android maker Google may be working on its own tablet PC that will rival...

Industry watchers are now looking to see what Amazon is planning for its rumored 10.1-inch tablet, after just releasing the 7-inch Android-powered Kindle Fire tablet PC. The rumored 10.1-inch version of the Kindle Fire is expected to be released in 2012. According to a report by DigiTimes, Amazon is likely to tap Foxconn, the maker of the world’s top tablet the iPad,...

Amazon has unveiled the much-awaited Kindle Fire tablet, a 7-inch tablet PC, as well as the new version of its e-book reader, the Kindle Touch. The Amazon Kindle Fire will be launched on November 15, but is already available for pre-order. The Kindle Fire features an IPS display, a fast dual-core processor and an ultra-wide viewing angle. Unlike the iPad 2 that has a 9.7...