Posted by Adam | Jul 14, 2011 | Comments 0
Grantwood Technology, LLC today announces The SimpleLight for Kindle, 3rd generation, a unique custom made light that attaches to the 6″ Kindle via the attachment slots. The SimpleLight for Kindle uses the Kindle battery for power – users never have to buy any batteries. The company has extensively tested the light and it has minimal impact on Kindle battery life. Even better, is the SimpleLight goes off when the Kindle goes to sleep or after 10 minutes of idle time.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 22, 2010 | Comments 0
Hollywood, Florida – Marware Inc., designer and manufacturer of multifunctional mobile accessories and protective cases, today is pleased to announce the SportGrip for the Amazon Kindle is now shipping. The SportGrip is a high-grade, soft silicone skin which combines sleek design, cushioned protection and non-slip texture to make it the most fun and practical Kindle case on the market.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Oct 14, 2010 | Comments 0
There are updates available for several of our favorite apps today; Social for the iPad, eBay for iPad, Kindle and NinJump – HD. Go to iPadmodo for the breakdown.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Oct 07, 2010 | Comments 0
There are updates available for several of our favorite iPad apps today; Angry Birds HD, Slice It!, Kindle and IM+ Pro. Go to iPadmodo for the breakdown.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 05, 2010 | Comments 2
Auburndale, Massachusetts – TrendyDigital Design, a subsidiary of MZ Services Inc. today announces two protective cases for Amazon’s Kindle 3 (the third generation Kindle, including Kindle Wi-Fi, and Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi , with 6″ Display): the WaterGuard Series Waterproof Case and the Courier Folio case. Each case offers exceptional protection and convenient accessibility to the Kindle 3. The unique and elegant design maximizes surface protection for the Kindle 3, while maintaining Kindle 3’s sleek and trim profile. Both cases are available for pre-order and will be shipped on Aug 27, 2010.
Posted by Paul Balsom | Jun 28, 2010 | Comments 0
Now Android users can join the e-reading frenzy as Kindle for Android is now available. As a standalone Kindle app, there is nothing that separates this app from other Kindle apps or the Kindle itself, per se. You can access your Kindle books using Kindle’s WhisperSync software, sync last page read and annotations between devices, change font size, add bookmarks, read in portrait or landscape mode, shop for books, and flick to turn a page.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Jun 15, 2010 | Comments 0
There are updates available for several of our favorite iPad app titles today, Craigly – Premium Edition, Racecar, Epicurious Recipes & Shopping List, GoodReader for iPad, Kindle, HanDBase for iPad and Atomic Web Browser. Go to iPadmodo for the breakdown.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 25, 2010 | Comments 0
A recent report by CNN touches on the increasing amount of publishers joining the iPad bandwagon. The brief also talks about the iPad iBookstore’s price matching those of the Amazon’s Kindle books, as well as comScore’s recent consumer survey. Go to iPadmodo to watch the video.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 25, 2010 | Comments 1
Reports coming in from App Advice, who were given the privilege to see the iBookStore’s pricing firsthand, said that from the 32 eBooks featured on the New York Times’ Bestsellers list, 27 of them, including the top 10 were priced at $9.99, similar to Kindle book prices currently offered by Amazon. Go to iPadmodo to read the rest of the story.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 08, 2010 | Comments 0
According to the latest report coming from a ChangeWave survey, consumers looking to purchase an e-Reader within the next 90 days are more likely to buy an iPad than an Amazon Kindle. 40% of those respondents said they would purchase an iPad with 28% opting for the Amazon Kindle, 6% for the Barnes & Noble Nook, and only 1% who said they planned to purchase a Sony Reader.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Feb 19, 2010 | Comments 0
You first heard about it from Appmodo back in December and now the Kindle for BlackBerry is finally here! If you live in the US, you can now go to the Amazon website and download Kindle For BlackBerry for free. Here’s the breakdown:
Posted by Jason | Jan 27, 2010 | Comments 8
If you haven’t heard, Apple announced the iPad this morning which is somewhere between an enlarged iPhone and a Macbook laptop. But the new iPad isn’t just another i-device from the Apple lineup used for gaming, personal computing, videos, and more, but is it really a “Kindle Killer”?
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Dec 31, 2009 | Comments 1
A tipster gave the folks over at CrackBerry some good information about the upcoming Kindle app for BlackBerry. It appears the app will have plenty of features to keep both Kindle owners and new adopters happy.