The long-rumored TV-streaming device from Amazon will be a thumb-sized stick like Chromecast, according to a report.
Amazon is recruiting people to work on a mystery device it has up its sleeve, it's revealed in a job advert.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is working on two new smartphones, including one that would offer hologram-like images and, perhaps, let users navigate with just their eyes.
Bloomberg reports the company will introduce a device this fall that's dedicated to streaming Internet-based video to TVs.
The president of U.S. retail for Staples says that the tablets will come in different sizes, including one with a 10-inch display.
New law says the presence of Amazon.com subsidiaries A9 and Lab126 in California is sufficient reason to levy sales taxes on shipments into the Golden State.
Now that Amazon's done an Android tablet, what's next for the company? Beyond another, larger tablet, a Kindle smartphone seems like a good bet.
If you own a Kindle, you also own a mobile Web browser. But chances are you never use it. That may be about to change.
Amazon's Lab 26, the unit responsible for the Kindle, is looking to create other devices beyond the e-book reader to broaden the company's reach in digital content, says The New York Times.
Amazon has its own division, Lab126, that's based in Cupertino, Calif., and is responsible for producing the Kindle. Speculation is growing that Amazon may soon produce other gadgets beyond e-readers. Could an Android tablet be in the works?