Amazon says that some older Kindle e-book readers will lose their ability to connect to the internet due to the changing mobile landscape.
In a post on the Smile blog, Amazon says the shutdown of 2G and 3G networks still in operation will mean some Kindles without standalone Wi-Fi will no longer be able to access the internet.
The company expects this to happen within 2021, but it will depend on when the mobile network operators phase out the low-grade cellular connectivity.
Cherry Mobile has officially unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the Aqua S10 Pro. The smartphone sports a 6.67-inch FHD+ screen, Read more
Cherry Mobile has officially unveiled the latest Aqua S10 Pro in the Philippines. It comes with a MediaTek Helio G90 Read more
Two smartphones in the sub-PHP 10K price range were announced just today, the Cherry Mobile Aqua S10 Pro and the Read more
Infinix has officially launched the Mobile Legends Bang Bang (MLBB) edition of the Infinix Note 10 Pro in the Philippines. Read more
There is an ongoing global chip shortage, but you might not think that’s the case after hearing Counterpoint Research’s latest Read more
Earlier this year, Electronic Arts announced plans to launch a new Battlefield title for mobile devices, giving players a new Read more
EA DICE has announced more details surrounding Battlefield Mobile game, giving FPS fans an idea of hint of what to Read more
DJI, the company known for its drones, already has a few smartphone gimbals in the market. Now, the brand is Read more
Netgear has announced availability for its newest mobile 5G router that uses Wi-Fi 6 technology. The router is called the Read more
One of the biggest mobile gaming hits of the past decade, Crossy Road, has been listed as ‘coming soon’ to Read more
TECNO Mobile has recently unveiled the latest Spark 8 smartphone in Nigeria. The TECNO Spark 8 sports a 6.5-inch HD+ Read more
Despite bowing out of the mobile market, NVIDIA managed to actually become an exemplar in the Android community, at least Read more