The Latest on Amazon’s Drone Delivery System

After crushing the competition and creating a new standard of online shopping, mogul retail company Amazon continues to reach new heights. To keep up with their growing sales demand (and to cut back on delivery costs), the company announced it’s looking to drones, a flying delivery device. Rather than a delivery truck stopping from house […]

Looking for an iTunes store replacement? Check out Amazon MP3

If you use a Mac, iPod, or iPad did you know that the iTunes Store is not the only place you can buy digital music for your device? In fact, Amazon.com has a great MP3 store which will work with those devices in a couple of ways. Basically, if you can get a DRM free […]

Barnes & Noble releases 8GB Nook Tablet for $199

When Barnes & Noble first released the Nook Tablet in November, it had 16GB of storage and a microSD card slot, something that Amazon’s Kindle Fire lacked, but B&N’s slate was $50 more, making the Kindle Fire look a little more attractive, even with only 8GB and no memory card slot. However, Barnes & Noble […]

Kindle Fire proves that reviews are meaningless

If you’re serious about purchasing a new piece of technology, do yourself a favor and try before you buy. Because relying on reviews, especially from just one or two people, is tantamount to gambling your money on one person’s opinion. We’ve all looked at reviews online. We even write them here at Techerator. And they […]

Is More Amazon Hardware On The Way?

Amazon is a huge and hugely influential online retailer. But of late it has become something much more than that: a purveyor of hardware. Not just any old hardware, but well-made hardware that people actually want to own. The question is: after the Kindle eBook reader and the Kindle Fire tablet what hardware could be […]

Amazon Announces Slew of New Kindles

Today, Amazon hosted an event in New York City to announce and show off some new products. Sure enough, it was all about the Kindle brand. Here’s what they unveiled: Kindle Touch The first device they announced was the Kindle Touch. As the  name implies, the Touch doesn’t have a physical keyboard or any buttons. […]

3 Great Alternatives to Dropbox

When it comes to sharing and syncing files, the most popular tool out there is arguably Dropbox. It’s a favorite among the folks here at Techerator and for good reason. Dropbox is easy to use and gives you a lot of flexibility. But Dropbox isn’t the only file sharing/syncing program available on the web. There are […]

So You Got a New Kindle for Christmas, Now What?

Like many of you lucky people out there, I got a new Kindle as a present this Christmas (thanks, Mom!).  I’m an avid reader so I know I’ll make good use of it, but I’ve come up with a few simple tips that can help you get the most out of your new toy. Oh, […]

Why Buying Music Legally Still Kinda Sucks

For some reason, I take some small amount of pleasure in buying music legally.  It’s not just because most people my age have devalued digital media to such a point that they don’t even pause before downloading an entire album illegally – a friend of mine recently told me that she wanted to “preview a […]

Get Great Deals at Amazon.com Anywhere on the Web with Shopping Assistant

Google Chrome & Safari only: I’m a big fan of shopping online at Amazon.com (in fact, I usually check Amazon before even considering getting in the car and driving to a brick-and-mortar store).  If I’m checking out gadgets online at a different website, I almost always end up going back to Amazon to make the […]