Another week brings more rumors of an iPhone 6 with a bigger screen; this time around the skinny from a Chinese analyst...
Jan 21 2014, 1:24pm CST
Microsoft has made it clear that it wants its products on all platforms and that march continues as Microsoft has made OneNote available for the Amazon Kindle ...
Full article at: Neowin
1 hour ago
While the rumours are still unconfirmed, there’s a lot of talk about Nokia’s Android phone. It appears to have the...
Jan 11 2014, 8:01am CST
Source: Ars Technica
True to the webpages uncovered earlier in the week, Amazon has unveiled a new e-book subscription service. Dubbed Kindle Unlimited, the service gives access to both e-books and audiobooks, though with restrictions on the latter.
Kindle Unlimited is priced at $9.99 per month with a 30-day free trial, and it allows users to read any number of the 600,000 available titles. By saying audiobooks are available, Amazon means that "thousands of K ...
Full article at: Ars Technica
6 days ago, 9:38am CDT
Following the premature posting of information about the program, Amazon today officially announced Kindle Unlimited, a new e-book and audiobook subscription service that provides unlimited access to 600,000 Kindle titles and thousands of Audible audiobooks for $9.99 per month. Subscribers can access the content on any Kindle device or via the Kindle app on the iPad, iPhone or Mac. The Kindle Unlimited service includes high-profile Kindle titles such as ...
Full article at: MacRumors
6 days ago, 8:23am CDT
Amazon has decided to use vending machines to test its range of Kindle products in the outer world. The Kindle Kiosk, as it is called, may just be the thing the geeks need to get out of their comfort zone.
Jan 10 2014, 12:10pm CST
Source: The Mac Resource Page
Minisuit selling via Rakuten, is offering the Mivizu Shell 10.1" Sleeve Case for iPad or Kindle Fire, for $$9.95 with free shipping included. This slim nylon sleeve case is lightweight, and water-resis ...
Full article at: The Mac Resource Page
Jun 20 2014, 12:00am CDT
Wrestling fans will soon enjoy 24/7 access to WWE shows. The streaming service will launch for $9.99 a month.
Jan 9 2014, 3:02am CST