You don’t need to root your Amazon Kindle Fire to install Dropbox or other apps not on Amazon Appstore. It’s easy just to sideload them. Step-by-step instructions on how to install Dropbox on Amazon Kindle Fire HD, HDX and gen one tablets here …
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Reviews editor Sandy Berger takes a good look at the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Find out if it lives up to expectations and how it compares to the Google Nexus 7.
Ant Pruitt dives into rooting his Amazon Kindle Fire to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:15:15 — 34.6MB) Cuban international Internet, Jelly Bean on the Kindle Fire and wearable computer technology discussed on this week’s YATS. Yet Another Tech Show with Mat Lee, Ant Pruitt and Larry Press.
Large or small? Which will win the tablet war? Apple, Google or Microsoft. Ant Pruitt discusses the new battlefield with aNewDomain readers.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:00:03 — 27.5MB) YATS: Yet Another Tech Show. Our tech pro team takes on Apple’s Q1 earnings, Sony online video holdout, Kindle sales and more.
Here’s how to save images to your Amazon Kindle Fire — and view them via its Gallery app.
It’s easy to change the default email signature on your Amazon Kindle Fire. Here’s how.
Twitter unveiled a brand new user interface with its update to 4.0 in December. In doing so,it removed a lot of the features it inherited from Tweetie. But with the release of version 4.1 today Twitter restored a lot of that missing functionality.
Amazon Kindle Fire’s success means a hard decision for app developers — and major trouble for Google and its Android 4.X Ice Cream Sandwich. Our Paul Bonner says why.