Thursday, September 17, 2015

Amazon announces a new $50 tablet that it's selling in six-packs for a discount

Amazon is launching a new super-cheap Fire tablet that it says combines a rock-bottom price with high-quality specs that are unprecedented in the "budget" tablet category. 


Called simply Fire tablet, the new device costs only $49.99 and Amazon will sell six-packs for $250, meaning that when you buy your tablets like you'd buy your beer, you'll get one for free.
"It was definitely inspired by PBR," an Amazon exec joked at the company's briefing for the product.

Here's a closer look at the crazy Android phone BlackBerry is making

Over the past few months, rumors have suggested that BlackBerry is planning to release a new phone that runs on Android. Now, we're getting a first look at what the device may actually look like.

New leaked photos published by Android Authority show a BlackBerry-made Android phone with a keyboard that slides out from underneath its screen. Based on what we can see in the photo, it looks like the new BlackBerry phone, which is believed to be codenamed Venice, will run a clean near-stock version of Android.