The 8.9-inch tablet adds item-identifying Firefly function and audio enhancing Dolby Atmos technology.
Amazon has a bevy of discounts wrapped up in its launch of the Fire TV Stick, the e-tailer's answer to Google Chromecast -- but some of the deals aren't all that they appear.
Financial analysts continue to focus on Amazon's long-term growth, despite back-to-back quarters of losses.
Already available in Seattle and a host of areas in California, Amazon's grocery delivery service debuts on the East Coast.
Luxury marques Vertu and Bentley have teamed up for a phone, while Amazon is delivering your stuff on the same day.
Google Express arrives in more cities and costs less than Amazon Prime, Skype Qik video-message app takes on Snapchat, and Facebook brings stickers to comments.
After its first stab at original series fell short of the splash Netflix made with efforts like "House of Cards," Amazon's "Transparent" is getting early Emmy chatter.
A Magid survey found more people report going to Google's video site to watch television shows than Netflix or Hulu.
Although its US business is humming along just fine, international expansion will provide the real growth for the video-streaming company.
Amazon's new slate of 2014 Kindle Fire tablets starts with a $99 6-inch model and tops out with an 8.9-incher that the company bills as its most powerful model to date.
Apple stops selling the iPod Classic, Mota wants to sell you a SmartRing, and Sony's online TV service scores Viacom channels.
Has Amazon just snuffed out one of the biggest reasons to buy a Kindle Fire Phone or tablet?
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