Whether you got a Fire Tablet for yourself or your kids, you’ve probably noticed that the internal storage doesn’t go very far. You can easily fill it up with some games, a few apps, and media, but luckily you can grab a microSD to put in it!
With the Amazon Fire HD 10 receiving its hardware refresh in 2021, Amazon also brought that hardware to the kids. Instead of the usual single option, Amazon is offering a Kids Pro edition as well. But which is the right one for your child? Here's what we found!
From fantasy tech to mundane reality, foldables have shown us a world of mobile technology that's more versatile than we were used to. Here at Android Central, we had a bit of a think into just how much further they could take us.
For too long parents' needs and goals have not been adequately considered when designing tech for children. However, there has started to be a shift in this approach, and that change couldn't have come at a better time.
Google is supposed to care about making money because that's how big business works. Everything else — including this newfound interest in making content easier to find on tablets — is just a side effect.
A new update is rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ which brings with it the April security update, along with quite a few new features. These include improvements to the S Pen along with the ability to use virtual backgrounds with some of your favorite video calling apps.
Amazon's best tablet scores an upgrade. The Fire HD 10 Plus takes the popular Fire HD 10 tablet and adds wireless charging, twice the RAM, a brighter display, and a soft-touch finish. Pre-order two today to save 25% instantly!
Amazon's latest Fire HD 8 tablet features 12 hours battery life, USB-C charging, an 8-inch HD display, 2.0GHz quad-core processor, and 2GB RAM. Make a $50 savings when bundling with an HD Blink Mini cam. The deal ends tonight.