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Amazon launches GameCircle interactive features for Kindle Fire

Amazon is introducing GameCircle, enabling developers to integrate new social interactions into games optimized for the digital retailer's Android-powered Kindle Fire tablet.

Report: Amazon building smartphone to fuel mobile content sales

Amazon is reportedly developing its own branded smartphone to more effectively compete with Apple and Google  in the battle for digital media supremacy.

Report: Amazon acquires 3D mobile mapping firm UpNext

Amazon has acquired 3D mapping startup UpNext, fueling speculation the digital retailer plans to introduce native location-based services on its Kindle Fire tablet.

Don't let your company be collateral damage in the tablet wars

You need to actually decide what it is that you need a tablet for. Do you have a mobile sales or service force? Do you have a lot of meetings in diverse locations inside the company or out? Do you spend a lot of time in the field or travel a lot? What applications and what level of security do you need?

Amazon gets ready to take its app store international

If Amazon is getting ready to take its App Store international, it only makes sense that the Kindle Fire with its flagging sales will not be far behind.

InMobi: Tablet ad impressions growing twice as fast as smartphones

Tablet ad impressions across the InMobi mobile advertising network have increased 88 percent over the last six months and are now growing nearly twice as fast as smartphone impressions, the firm...

Amazon bringing Special Offers ads to Kindle Fire welcome screen

Amazon will expand its Special Offers advertising platform to the Kindle Fire tablet, the digital retailer's bestselling product. Citing an ad agency executive briefed on the initiative, AdAge

ComScore: Amazon's Kindle Fire grabs 55% Android tablet share

Less than six months since its retail release, Amazon's Kindle Fire already controls more than half of the U.S. Android tablet market, according to new data issued by market research firm comScore.

Zynga expands 'Draw Something' to Amazon's Kindle Fire

Zynga is extending its hit mobile game Draw Something to Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet. Amazon announced Wednesday evening via Twitter that its Appstore for Android now offers both a free version of

Amazon Appstore for Android launches in-app purchases

Amazon unveiled its long-anticipated In-App Purchasing service, enabling developers to offer premium digital content and subscriptions within applications and games sold via the Amazon Appstore for