Buy a Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite

Kindle Paperwhite is hands-down the best little e-reader around today.  However, it isn’t sadly waterproof. Gadget-waterproofing aficionados, Waterfi has answered every beach- and pool-side reading enthusiasts’ prayers with a custom waterproof paperwhite.  As the treatment process is invisible, you will not feel annoyed to deal with the screen impediments.

It’s not the just splash of water you . . . → Read More: Buy a Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon’s Fire phone: What You Should Know Before Buying It

The new Amazon’s Fire phone is an interesting first try from the retailer giant.  If you are looking for a new phone with primary concern as customer service over price, this must be your good pick.  All new Amazon’s MayDay instant help is great for not-so-tech savvy users.  If you are already a heavy user of . . . → Read More: Amazon’s Fire phone: What You Should Know Before Buying It

Can Microsoft take forward the Nokia X series?

The Nokia Corporation (ADR) was once the undisputed leader in the world of mobile phones.  Now it is not listed in the top 5 smartphone brands in Q4, 2013.  It managed to secure the last position in Top 5 smartphone vendor list in India for Q1 2014.  The market share of the company remained to meagre . . . → Read More: Can Microsoft take forward the Nokia X series?

Preview of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ MSFT) Windows 9

The latest operating system from Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows 9 is all set to hit the High street in April, 2015 as Microsoft discards the discredited Windows 8.  Windows 8 was criticized widely for removing some of its familiar features, mainly the ‘Start’ menu.

Microsoft would be looking forward to have a successful launch of Windows.  Apart . . . → Read More: Preview of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ MSFT) Windows 9

Amazon offering Fire TV and Kindle HDX 7 at an unbelievable price

Be prepared to be surprised!

The online retailer has combined two of its most popular products into one bargain-basement price which will satisfy any connoisseur of sales.

The Fire TV is a set top box designed to take Apple and Roku in a crowded market.  This is combined with the most popular product Kindle Fire HDX 7 and . . . → Read More: Amazon offering Fire TV and Kindle HDX 7 at an unbelievable price

New TenMarks math education app for Kindle released by Amazon

One Monday, Amazon has released a TenMarks education app, the first of its kind since Amazon bought the math tool five months ago.

The new app, has made its debut in the app store as a free app.  The program cost was $39 per student previously and was available only on online or as an app of . . . → Read More: New TenMarks math education app for Kindle released by Amazon

Amazon Kindle phone: A preview

Amazon’s Fire HDX tablets and Fire TV streamer/Android consoles has begun the fight with other tech giants and Amazon is not planning to stop it there.

For quite some time, there were whispers of an Amazon Kindle phone, and we could see its arrival later on this year, which is ready to take on the likes of . . . → Read More: Amazon Kindle phone: A preview

Amazon Fire TV: A $99 Kindle for your TV

Amazon’s new product AmazonFire TV is designed to bring the internet to your TV.  The new Amazon product is designed to compete with Google Chromecast, Roku and Apple TV, among other things.  Amazon’s new product is said to offer a solution which gives better performance, easier navigation and a better ecosystem.

The Fire TV offers support to . . . → Read More: Amazon Fire TV: A $99 Kindle for your TV

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: A Review

Amazon rewrites the Kindle again, and the result is a totally refined ebook reader with much more speed, polish, and bright, even edge lighting.  The Kindle Paperwhite has set the bar at high level for the competition.  Amazon is betting too big on ebooks.  Ebook reader is distraction free, easy to use and hold, and the . . . → Read More: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: A Review

eBay’s PayPal Acquires Stackmob For Mobile Technology

eBay’s PayPal acquires startup StackMob in order to meet with the growing technology demands for its expanding business.

On Tuesday, eBay announced that its PayPal division has bought the startup StackMob, in order to further expand their business with mobile applications. PayPal is aspiring to further reach its customer via smart phones and improve upon in-store transactions. . . . → Read More: eBay’s PayPal Acquires Stackmob For Mobile Technology