Featured Watch out, GoPro! DJI has its own action cam now, the Osmo Action 10 best cheap phones: $400 (or much less) buys an iPhone, Pixel, or Galaxy alternative Trump signs executive order banning US telcos from buying or using foreign gear Best gifts for graduates under $50 on Amazon Amazon Fire tablets are known for being ridiculously cheap, yet capable tablets. On Thursday, Amazon announced an update to the Fire 7 tablet without increasing the $50 price tag. The new tablet, which is available for preorder today and will begin shipping June 6, now comes with 16GB of storage and a 1.3Ghz processor. The tablet still supports a microSD card up to 512GB, or for $70, you can get a 32GB model. The new Fire 7 tablet is available in black, sage, plum, and twilight blue — the last three are new colors. Along with a new Fire 7 tablet, Amazon also updated the Fire 7 Kids Edition, using the new tablet along with a redesigned “kid-proof” case that now has an adjustable stand, and comes in blue, pink or purple. The price doubles to $100 for the Kids Edition version of the Fire 7 tablet, but it includes the case, a year of Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited — access to books, audible books, apps, games and videos, along with parental controls — and a two year guarantee that Amazon will replace the tablet if your child breaks it. The Kids Edition version is also available for preorder right now… [Read full story]
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