The Kindle Fire appears to be a certifiable hit with preorders that exceeded orders for the other three Kindle models combined.
The tablet continues to get tens of thousands of preorders, but is it really threatening to match the kind of demand that Apple's iPad has seen?
Amazon is likely selling millions of Kindle Fire tablets. The question is, how many million?
Two reports today suggest that Apple will face stiff competition from Amazon's $199 Kindle Fire tablet.
The Kindle Fire is turning out to be one of the hottest consumer devices of the season. And a market research firm has just boosted its projected shipment numbers for this quarter.
The Kindle Fire has received its lumps in the media because of a minimalist feature set, but Amazon likes what it sees in the numbers.
An analyst has hiked his forecast for shipments of the Amazon Kindle Fire in the fourth quarter. If estimates are accurate, the Fire would become the one of the best selling tablets to date. Second only to Apple's iPad.
At least 4.2 million iOS devices were activated on Christmas compared with about 2.6 million Android devices, according to rough calculations put together by Fortune.
Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet continues to see brisk preorders, according to a market research firm, and could approach the iPad in initial sales.
Online activity from Amazon's new tablet is at a record high, according to ad network Chitika, and shows no sign of slowing down.