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Amazon’s Got a Faster Kindle Fire HDX and a Fleet of Tiny Tablets

Last year, Amazon's Kindle tablets really grew up. They got fantastic and stylish new design, and a software update to back it up. This year, Amazon's trotting out a new 8.9 Kindle Fire HDX with faster guts. You won't find a 7-inch version if that's what you're looking for, but Amazon does have some staggeringly cheap new Kindle Fire HDs to take its place for just £79 a pop. Read More >>

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX and HD Tablets Slapped With Mammoth UK Prices

Eager for a taste of those new Kindle Fire HDX tablets from Amazon? While I'd advise against actually, you know, eating them, you can certainly wrap your gums around these high-end tablets -- though you may have to forego a few meals in the process. Read More >>

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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 >>

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This Is Supposedly Amazon’s Next Kindle Fire HD

BGR claims it has images of what is says is the forthcoming update to the Kindle Fire HD. If this is the real deal, the new models will feature a design overhaul addressing some of the last model's shortcomings. Read More >>

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The Simple Guide to Root the Kindle Fire HD and Flash a Custom ROM

The hardware on the Kindle Fire HD is pretty sweet. Nice screen, sexy speakers, and a durable-if-forgettable build. The gigantic BUT, however, comes in the form of Amazon's custom skin that they slather all over the Kindle Fire series. Thankfully, you don't have to settle for Amazon's software -- by rooting and flashing a custom ROM, there is Another Way. Read More >>

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The Kindle Fire HD’s Big 8.9-Inch Brother Is Finally Available In the UK

Why anyone would launch something in the UK at 5pm, I don't know, but Amazon's finally released the bigger, 8.9-inch version of the Kindle Fire HD for Britons craving a larger slice of Amazon's tablet pie. Read More >>

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Which 7-Inch Tablet Should Be on Your Wishlist?

Christmas is nigh, and the season of gift-giving is nearly upon us. If you've been a good little Jack or Jackette, a tablet to cosset in your sweaty little hands might be top of your list. But choices, choices. Which of the 7-inch wonders on sale today should you want stashed  under the tree? We've got the answer. Read More >>

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The iPad Mini Totally Destroys Other 7-Inch Tablets On Battery Life

The iPad Mini doesn't have many advantages over the likes of the Nexus 7, the Kindle Fire HD, or even the Nook HD, not least because it's quite a lot more expensive. But, one thing Apple's 7-incher does better than anyone else is battery life. Apparently it's got whole 3.2 hours more juice in the tank than any of the others. Read More >>

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iPad Mini Display Shoot Out: How Does It Stack Up?

The iPad mini has finally arrived—Apple's much anticipated response to the incredibly successful 7-inch tablets pioneered by Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and more recently by Google with its Nexus 7. So far they are the only tablets that have made a dent in Apple's near monopoly on tablets. At first Apple declared them too small to be useful, but consumers clearly wanted something more portable than a full size 10-inch tablet, and also a lot less costly. Millions were sold—and that got Apple's attention. Over the past year there have been increasingly credible accounts of a small iPad prototype being developed by Apple, but there was no guarantee that it would turn into an actual product until Apple's official announcement. Read More >>

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Amazon Sold the Most Kindle Fire HDs the Day After the iPad Mini Was Announced

If you're wondering if the iPad Mini had an effect on its competitors, it did. Just not the one you were thinking. The Kindle Fire HD actually had its biggest day of sales in America since its launch, the day after the iPad Mini was announced. Read More >>

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A Six-Foot Inflatable Dinosaur Is Your Let’s-Reenact-Godzilla-In-Hyde-Park Deal of the Day

Yeah, we know that there’s a load of new Apple hardware coming and the Kindle Fire is on its way and it’s almost Christmas and there’s gifts to buy but sometimes all you need is to treat yourself to a six foot inflatable dinosaur. Read More >>

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Amazon Pushing Out New Kindles Around Europe With LoveFilm in Tow (Updated)

As we've said before, today marks the day that Amazon is pushing out the brand-spanking new Kindle models across Europe and the UK, including the gorgeous Kindle Paperwhite and the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD. Who needs an iPad Mini anyway? Read More >>

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iPad Mini or Kindle Fire HD?

We finally know all the juicy details about the forever-rumoured iPad Mini so now it's small-tablet decision time. Is that svelte new iPad the tablet for you, or would Amazon's Kindle Fire HD be a better bet? Here's the breakdown. Read More >>

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The iPad Mini Seems Crazy Expensive

There's almost no question that the iPad Mini is a terrific device; it's got too much pedigree and money behind it to be anything else. But barring some sort of miracle from Ive, it's also certifiably overpriced. And that's a bad sign for Apple. Read More >>

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How the iPad Mini Stacks Up to the Competition

So, the iPad mini is here at last! Smaller tablets have already carved out a real niche for themselves, and if you've always wanted an iPad but were scared off by its size, then maybe this is the day you've been waiting for. Read More >>