Rumor: Amazon’s 3D Smartphone to be AT&T Exclusive

Amazon smartphone in a press render

Amazon’s rumored 3D smartphone is slated to be announced tomorrow, June 18th at an event in Seattle. Although Amazon hasn’t officially announced that tomorrow’s event will focus on the company’s smartphone, it’s a pretty safe bet that’s what is going down. We’ve heard tale that Amazon’s new device will be an AT&T exclusive, and a…

Here’s the Amazon smartphone in a press render

Amazon smartphone in a press render

Amazon must be days away from the official announcement of its very first smartphone. After all, we’ve got most of the details and have even seen the device from those “in the wild” photos. Plus, we’ve heard it will be offered with a special Prime plan from AT&T. And now we have the first press…

Amazon unveils wearable tech portal

Amazon unveils wearable tech portal

With everyone talking about wearable technology these days, Amazon decided to do something about it and monetize on the ongoing craze. So they’re launching a dedicated part of the site from where you can browse and learn about a number of different gadgets spread across categories like fitness, healthcare, cameras, smart watches and more. Not…

Amazon smartphone be launched with Prime Data on AT&T

Amazon smartphone be launched with Prime Data on AT&T

Looks like the fancy 3D UI won’t be the only thing going for Amazon’s smartphone. The online retailer turned infrastructure provider will launch its device exclusively with AT&T with a unique Prime Data plan. We’re still not sure what will be included with this plan, but chances are users will get a free access to…

Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablets get CyanogenMod support

Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablets get CyanogenMod support

While many love Kindle Fire tablets, some can’t stand the way Amazon is holding them back from accessing all of the Android features. Those folks opt for custom ROMs which remove Amazon’s UI and provide savvy users with more control over their device’s look and feel. CyanogenMod is now officially supporting the Kindle Fire HD…

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