A few years ago, e-book readers were new and exciting. People no longer had to chose which books they would bring along on holiday. Never again would someone have to break their back because of the weight of their books. All was good. But in 2012, ereaders are no longer a buzzword. And Amazon knows it.
Do Kindle Fire owners still like their devices now that theyâ€™ve had a few months to kick the tires? A new survey indicates that for the most part, theyâ€™re more pleased with their purchase than those who bought other Android tablets last year but less satisfied than iPad owners. Changewave Research, which conducts surveys of[…]
The AmazonÂ KindleÂ FireÂ is already tied with the Galaxy TabÂ as the most popular Android-based tablet, according to data from mobile analytics company Flurry. Flurry’s tracking software is on thousands of AndroidÂ apps so it can track which devices are the most popular. Flurry writes, “Remarkably, and from a standing start, the Kindle Fire overtook the Galaxy Tab in[…]