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If you’re an avid Xbox user, and a serious mobile smartphone deviant (yes it probably constitutes as a deviant always playing with gadgets so much) then you probably already know what Xbox Smartglass is. It’s a proprietary app directly from Microsoft that allows you to interact with your Xbox game [...]Read More »
Enjoy your Amazon 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD? I bet you will enjoy it more once it is rooted. This guide will show you how to root it!
Disclaimer: This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. dotTech and its writers are not responsible for any gain or loss (including [...]Read More »
Since the start of iPad Mini rumors earlier this year, many people predicted it would shake up the current 7-inch tablet market, much like what Apple did with the iPhone and the iPad. Has it done so? It is too early to tell. However, Amazon is already letting everyone know [...]Read More »
Getting your Amazon 7″ Kindle Fire HD rooted is now just a click away, thanks to the developers of XDA who have always had a great role in bringing out the full power of Android devices. sparkym3 of XDA has now made a one-click tool to make the process of [...]Read More »
Soon after the new Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD tabs were revealed, it was discovered Amazon is showing “Special Offer” ads on the lockscreen of the devices. Unlike Kindle eReaders, it didn’t appear that Amazon would allow users to opt out of these ads. Amazon even went so far [...]Read More »
Microsoft has taken a step in taking a bit of the big market share in search engines away from Google. Thanks to their deal with Amazon, Bing is now the default search engine attached to the Amazon Silk browser, the default browser that comes with all Kindle Fire and Kindle [...]Read More »
Jeff Bezos wants you to know exactly how much money you will be saving by buying his LTE tablet over Apple’s. The carrot Bezos is dangling over your head? “Over $400.”
According to a calculation Amazon has put together, you will be saving $410 during the first year if you [...]Read More »
Amazon today revealed two new Kindle Fire HD tablets plus a refreshed Kindle Fire. Amazon was keen to boast about how awesome the tablets are despite their relatively low price tag. What Amazon neglected to mention is these new Kindle Fires are all ad-supported.
According to The Verge, the [...]Read More »
Amazon launched the Kindle Fire last year for $199. To compete against the Kindle Fire, Google teamed up with ASUS to release the Nexus 7 earlier this year. Most, if not all, independent reviews agree the Nexus 7 bested the original Kindle Fire, not only in hardware but software too. [...]Read More »
After Motorola’s and Nokia’s revelations yesterday, it is Amazon’s turn. As expected, today Amazon has unveiled two new tablets today: 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD.
The 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD is, obviously, the superior device between the two. The 8.9-incher sports a 8.9-inch, 1920 x 1200 [...]Read More »