Amazon is developing a high-end 3D smartphone as part of a wider push into mobile and hardware, according to a Wall Street Journal report, the latest indication that a smartphone is coming from the e-commerce giant and Kindle purveyor.
Amazon's long-rumored Kindle-branded Android smartphone is still in the pipeline but will not reach consumers until at least the third quarter of 2013 due to production snafus, according to a new report.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos declined to comment on rumors that the company will build its own Android-based smartphone. However, he did hint that Amazon will be launching more devices next year.
Amazon.com unveiled its long-awaited 7-inch Android-based tablet, dubbed the Kindle Fire. The device, which has Wi-Fi but no 3G cellular connectivity, will cost $199 and go on sale Nov. 15. It will
Amazon.com will release a tablet product in the coming months running Google's ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) Android platform, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal, a move that would bring Amazon into
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos all but confirmed the company's plans to release a tablet device. The news raises an obvious question: Is Amazon's next step to build a smartphone? Already there are rumors
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos strongly hinted that his company will release a tablet based on Google's ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) Android platform, the latest indication that Amazon intends to branch off from its