The smartphone maker is increasingly relying on content to differentiate its products
If you're aching for a new tablet, now is a great time to buy. Just make sure it's one of these.
Amazon really, REALLY wants to get a Kindle Fire tablet in your hands, and it's no wonder why: Kindle owners spend gobs of cash on Amazon.com.
Now we know why Amazon isn't too worried about profiting from Kindle hardware sales. Turns out owners of those devices are spending big bucks with the online retailer.
What's the best device if you want to embrace a post-paper reading world? That all depends on whether you want a dedicated reading device or a more versatile tablet.
Travel headaches? Cooking anxieties? Keeping family dysfunctions in check? Thankfully there's an app for that.
Before you go shopping for a tablet, you need to have a plan. And we've got the list of features you should consider.
If you dismiss it as "not as good as the iPad Air," you're missing an important point.
Hey, book face! Only $2 for early access to one pre-selected title, free for Prime members.
For the first time, the iPad has fallen off the top of the customer satisfaction charts, beaten out by none other than Samsung. And it's exactly for the reason you might guess.