VentureBeat had several good articles yesterday. First, they reported on Yahoo planning to lay off more than 1000 employees, which equates to about 10% of the company. That is a fairly big number but it makes sense as they continue to try to streamline their business. Amazon is now selling its own brand of ARM… Read More Geek Reading January 8, 2016
This is a guest post from Jesse Langley. The Kindle Fire is revolutionary because of its price. If you haven’t been told that over and over by a journalist yet, you must be in hiding—my apologies for interrupting that. To catch you up, the Fire is being hailed as the only affordable tablet for college… Read More Amazon’s Silk Browser: A Peeping Tom Or A Mona Lisa?
There is some very interesting news today in the tablet and e-reader device industry. First, Amazon will be opening up the Kindle as a development platform next month. The new Kindle Development Kit gives developers access to programming interfaces, tools and documentation to build active content for Kindle–the #1 bestselling, most wished for, and most… Read More It Is All About The App Store
I missed the release of Amazon Windowshop about a month ago, but a search shows that there was not a lot of posts about it. Shockingly enough, I saw a note from Mona about it. She also has a quick post on it at her blog. Mona’s reaction can be summarized in one word, WOW.… Read More Amazon Windowshop: In a Word, Hot!