Loaded with more pixels than you'll know what to do with, the new Fire tablets also include 'X-Ray' features for second-screen TV viewing and a 'Mayday' button for real-time video tech support.
On Tuesday, at the opening of a new exhibition at the Time Warner Medialab in New York, DC Entertainment's President, Diane Nelson, and Co-Publisher, Jim Lee announced a new storytelling technology that would soon start appearing in DC's digital comics line.
Instead of a pair of metal tubes packed with lenses, the DEV-50 binoculars is a pair of 1080p HD camcorders joined together. Andy Ihnatko took them for a spin.
JoCo teams up with Greg Pak to bring his signature songs to life in comic form.
Andy Ihnatko wraps up his smartphone-switching digest with a look at the pros and cons of Android, and why Apple's far from doomed.
Andy Ihnatko continues his series on switching from iPhone to Android. This time: two more key Android features, involving customization and app collaboration.
Part one of Andy Ihnatko's story of why one longtime iPhone user has switched to the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Word processors come and go, but BBEdit has endured for more than twenty years. Andy Ihnatko knows why.
Andy Ihnatko has big hopes for future editions of the Mac operating system. And he'd like to see Apple's plans be just as big.
Andy Ihnatko tries to figure out the pros and cons of an Apple HDTV.
Andy Ihnatko loves the celebrations of Steve Jobs's life. He just doesn't think we should focus too much on what he would have wanted.
Andy Ihnatko says that while it's understandable that Apple wants to keep the Mac simple and secure, it's risking the death of the Mac as a creative outlet for technical users.
Is the MacBook Air radical because it has only one USB port, no FireWire ports, and no optical drive? Just you wait, says Andy Ihnatko. Apple's got much more in store.