The Kindle Fire HDX is magnificently focused on content. When critics describe other tablets as "content focused," the term is intended to be slightly demeaning, as though the device were good for little more than turning pages and watching videos. When applied to the HDX, however, the term is indicative of a design that targets a specific kind of tablet user and is eager to make them very, very happy.
Stories by Andy Ihnatko
Two years ago, Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire. It was the first affordable color tablet offered by a major hardware manufacturer, and certainly the first respectable tablet that fit in a coat pocket.
On Tuesday, at the opening of a new exhibition at the Time Warner Medialab in New York, DC Entertainment's President, Diane Nelson, and Co-Publisher, Jim Lee announced a new storytelling technology that would soon start appearing in DC's digital comics line.