Good Technology has released a version of its mobile enterprise platform for the Amazon tablet/e-reader.
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You can get money for an old iPhone from Apple, Amazon, and eBay. Guess which one might earn you the most?
BGR: Kindle owners with subscriptions to The New York Times get Web content at no extra charge.
The Register: Apple sues Amazon, asserting the latter is using its "App Store" trademark without proper consent.
The iPad 2 goes on sale today as more data comes out supporting its estimated 80 percent market share, though one analyst nominates Amazon as a potential foe.
Mobile Burn: Amazon sets up teaser page for HP's webOS-run iPad rival.
Mobile Burn: The HTC EVO Shift 4G can now be had for $89.99 with a new Sprint service agreement.
Total shipments of tablet PCs worldwide surged up 45 percent in the third quarter to more than 4.8 million units and Apple's iPad accounted for 90 percent of all sales.
BGR: Amazon is selling Windows Phone 7-run mobile devices for AT&T's carrier network for only a penny.
The alternative to Android's Marketplace is designed to give consumers easier access to the mobile applications they want.
CNET: Amazon plans to release a version of its Kindle app for tablets running Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows operating systems.
New app lets BlackBerry users buy and search Amazon's extensive music collection and features a social media component similar to Apple's Ping.
E-reader expert offers all you need to know about pricing, connectivity and features for the new family of e-readers out for the holidays.
Amazon is the first customer for E Ink Pearl, which will offer the next generation of electronic paper display in a new Kindle DX e-reader.
Free firmware update for Amazon's mobile device also adds password protection, new fonts and "Collections" for organizing your books and documents.