Amazon’s Kindle 3 Is Their Best Selling Product Of All Time. Where’s The Data?


In Jeff Bezos we trust, it seems.

Amazon has come in clean today, and stated that the Kindle 3 is their best-selling product, in all categories, of all time, in any country. Despite there being no sales report to suggest Amazon sold that many Kindles, we can only tell that they probably were that successful. Press release after the bounce.

Nokia E73 Mode Review: The Finnish Continue To Finish

Christmas is over. It’s back to business in the tech world. That business may or may not include: ranting, reviews, leaks, and news. Worry not, because I have one of said types of content available right after the break for you to read. Essentially, I think Nokia is behind, some of their hardware is almost on par (I said, almost, more like a little far) with most Android and Windows Phone offerings, but their software sucks more than not finding the movie you want on Netflix.

Read on, readers.

Joby Gorillapod SLR Quick Review

It’s the world-famous Joby Gorillapod, a tripod that screws onto the bottom of your camera like every other tripod out there, but can grasp on anything you wrap its legs around, and this particular model supports the weight of DSLRs, up to 1.75 lbs, while the SLR zoom model can support 6.6lbs of weight. Thankfully, ThinkGeek was able to get one out to us, and after the break, you can see the review. Oh, and Merry Christmas!

HTC Likes Being First, Wants To Be “First To 4G” Again. Probably 4G LTE.

First!

Yeah, HTC likes being first it seems. The HTC EVO 4G was advertised as the “first 4G phone ever”, then the T-Mobile G2 as the “first to 4G on T-Mobile”, and now it seems HTC wants to be the “first to 4G, again” with their upcoming 4G LTE Verizon Wireless handset due to be announced on the 6th of January it seems, as according to a graphic a forum-goer stumbled upon on HTC’s mobile site, seen at the source link.
Via: Weird HTC Subdomain

Creator Of iTunes Instant Builds Ohboard App For Chrome Web Store

Coming straight out of the coding programs of 15-year-old online dev, Stephen Ou, creator of the popular iTunes Instant web app, has launched Ohboard, a paid app for $3.99 (which is a little high, but hey, to each his own) on the Chrome Web Store. Interestingly enough, this is a whiteboard app, has only 4 buttons, and the blank canvas of pixels that is your screen. Think of it as a journal, but as an app in Chrome that auto-saves every time you use it.  It seems simple and useful enough to serve as a quick doodling app, or as serious as your drawing skills can get. Via: OhBoard on Chrome Web Store

Samsung 4G LTE handset leaks, with a clear photo, again

No really, some PR dude (or dudette) is leaking 4G LTE all the way for some gadget blogs (send some our way guys), and this time Gizmodo gets another one in the portfolio. This 4G LTE Samsung handset has a front-facing camera (a first at VZW!), Android 2.2.1 (come on, man!),  no Bing by defualt (yay!) and Touchwiz (fffuuuu). I’d like to applaud Samsung on the SCH-I520 because it does seem to contain dubious amounts of awesome sauce, despite the Touchwiz coating. Via: GizyWhizzyModo