Battle for speed supremacy: Kindle Fire vs. iPad 2 Video
The battle for 7-inch tablet supremacy is far from over. Amazon's Kindle Fire HD is the new challenger for Google's Nexus 7. Will it be the new king of the ring?
The new 7-inch Kindle Fire has an improved 1.2GHz processor speed, twice the RAM as the first Kindle Fire (1GB), and a longer battery life.
How does Amazon's Kindle Fire 8.9 tablet stack up against Google's Nexus 10 and Apple's iPad? Molly Wood unboxes the new tablet and offers her first take.
Every time a new tablet computer hits the market, experts speculate whether it could be the one to take down Apple's iPad. CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains why Amazon's Kindle Fire could be its stiffest competition yet.
Amazon targets the iPad with new Kindle Fire HD, the next e-ink readers are glowing, and Motorola grows the Droid Razr family.
The 2012 Kindle Fire is simply the 2011 Kindle Fire with speed improvements, a new operating system, and a much lower price.
In the battle for ultraportable laptop supremacy, Apple and Lenovo duke it out.
Amazon takes on Apple's iPad with the launch of its new Kindle Fire HD tablet line. CEO Jeff Bezos reveals three versions, a 7-inch version for $199, a larger 8.9-inch version for $299, and a 4G LTE-enabled version for $499. The tablets are expected to ship November 20.
The next Apple iPhone gets an announcement date on next Tuesday, October 4th, Amazon announces new low-priced Kindle e-readers that also include touch-capable models, plus Amazon changes the tablet game with their $199 Kindle Fire with color touchscreen.
CNET's David Carnoy interviews Russ Grandinetti, Amazon's Vice President for Kindle Content, about the new Kindle Fire.