Entries in 'kindle' (17)
Rockstar's 2004 Grand Theft Auto release San Andreas is heading to mobile devices in December, the studio has announced.
King.com’s massively popular match-3 title Candy Crush Saga is to make its debut on Kindle Fire devices later this week.
Microsoft's Xbox SmartGlass app has launched on Amazon's smash-hit Kindle tablet.
The Pocket Edition of Minecraft has arrived for the Kindle Fire.
Nokia and Microsoft may have grabbed the headlines yesterday with the new Lumia 920, but their time in the spotlight may be short-lived.
Amazon has announced GameCircle, its own answer to rival services such as Apple’s GameCenter and Microsoft’s Xbox Live.
Online retailer Amazon has warned that it may well post a loss for its current financial quarter.
Kindle e-book readers are apparently the hot gift this Christmas with Amazon reporting that the firm sold a million of the devices every week.
A market researcher has stated that Amazon may have sold as many as two million units of its Kindle Fire tablet.
PopCap, Zynga, Gameloft, EA and Rovio are leading the charge to publish games for Amazon’s new iPad competitor Kindle Fire, the online merchant has revealed.
While competitors to Apple’s iPad continue to stumble, one company with the potential might to mount a serious challenge has finally stepped up the plate – Amazon.
Further details on Amazon's upcoming Android-powered tablets have emerged, describing the colour-screened 7-inch device simply as the 'Amazon Kindle'.
Amazon’s own-branded monochrome e-reader Kindle is proving a surprisingly popular games machine.
Kindle, the famous ‘digital ink’ e-reader, is now hosting its first indie-developed game, in what owner Amazon is hoping will ignite interest in device as a games platform.
Though it’s never likely to emerge as a games platform to rival the likes of iPad or the DS, Amazon has released two games that are compatible with its Kindle ...
Leading online book retailer Amazon has said that digital books have been “consistently outselling” hardback books throughout the last three months in the US.
More details are emerging about Nintendo's intended scope for its new 3DS handheld - with latest comments from Nintendo president Satoru Iwata suggestion newspaper and magazine content functions like those ...