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Android eink

Amazon's big Kindle Fire announcement day has come and gone, and a lot of you may be scratching your head trying to figure out all the news that happened while you were stuck at work or school.  We've taken the time to provide a handy set of questions and answers ourselves, and we think they would make a great starting point.  Of course, you can (and should) dive into the discussion in the Kindle Fire forums to talk it all out as well.  Hit the jump and have a read.

We're going to put this one in the tablet category. Whereas the Nook Color is an e-reader that doubles as a competant hacked tablet, the Kindle Fire is all tablet, made by the same OEM that did the BlackBerry Playbook.

Eh, sort of. It's running Android at its core, but you won't be working within a traditional Android user interface. It's basically how the Nook Color and the Kindle Touch also run Android, but look nothing like a traditional Android tablet.

2-11-2016  · The best way to stay connected to the Android pulse. Our main newsletter is the Android Weekly which is sent every Sunday and contains all the top Android ...

2-3-2017  · Shop a huge selection of Android , Windows or iOS tablets from Apple, Samsung, Asus, Microsoft, Dell, Lenovo & more plus get FREE shipping* on your …

8-1-2015  · Ingevoegde video  · The coolest product in the world is back, this time by Netronix, it's their ultimate E Ink device, it has better specs than last year's 13.3" …

Pedometer : Yes, Heart-rate monitor : Yes, Display size : 1.56in (circular), Resolution : 320x290, OS support : Android 4.3+, Battery life : 1 day

There was a time when the Moto 360 was our favourite smartwatch around. Around being the operative word, given its round face was its key selling point, in a world full of angular smartwatches. But that time has officially passed: Motorola has not only confirmed that they're getting out of the smartwatch game , but that the Moto 360 is one of the few Android Wear devices not to be getting Android Wear 2.0.

That's not altogther surprising. While may of the Moto 360's peers used the newer Snapdragon 400 processor, Motorola went with the aging TI OMAP 3 chipset. It's now six years old, and pushing Android Wear 2 onto that would most likely result in sluggish performance – that's the only reason we can think of for Motorola not bothering, given both its Moto 360 Sport and Moto 360 2 will be getting the update.