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Amazon begins rolling out redesigned software for Fire TV

Amazon has begun to roll out a redesigned software interface for its line of Fire TV devices. Referred to as the new “Fire TV experience,” the update includes more personalized recommendations and watch lists, plus the addition of multi-user support (up to six users). The home screen has been updated with a new navigation menu that...

Score an Amazon Fire TV for less this Black Friday, up to $40 off at Staples

The streaming TV stick genre has plenty of options, depending on your preference or brand loyalty. If you're a fan of Amazon's Fire TV lineup, then this deal might be of interest to you. Staples has a Fire TV Stick 4K for just $30 during Black Friday, a nice $20 off the $50 MSRP. Amazon...

Amazon Fire TV gets Live TV support in India through SonyLIV, Voot, Discovery+, NextG TV

Amazon recently launched two new Fire TV Sticks and completely revamped the Fire TV UI to offer users a more personalized experience. The new Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick Lite are scheduled to go on sale in India later this month. And just a few days ahead of the first sale, the company...

Amazon revamps Fire TV UI and announces two new Fire TV sticks

Just a few days after we first saw a leak of an upcoming affordable Fire TV Stick, Amazon has unveiled the next-gen Fire TV Stick, a new low-cost Fire TV Stick Lite, and a completely redesigned Fire TV user experience. Here's everything you need to know about the new Fire TV Sticks and the redesigned...

The Fire TV Stick Lite could be Amazon’s next cheap streaming TV dongle

While cutting the cord has become more and more popular over the years, COVID-19 has dramatically boosted how much media people are streaming from the Internet at home. Cheap streaming TV devices like Amazon's Fire TV lineup are the most popular gateways to cutting the cord, as these devices allow you to watch all of...

FTVLaunchX enables custom launchers on Amazon Fire TV devices without root

Amazon doesn’t officially make any Android-powered smartphones but the e-commerce giant does have a range of products that utilize Android. Amazon's Fire TV devices, for example, run a fork of Android, called Fire OS, with Amazon’s customized user interface on top. Although the underlying software is based on Android, Amazon doesn’t make it any easier...

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K can now be bootloader unlocked

The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is one of the most popular streaming dongles from Amazon. It not only unlocks 4K video capabilities for connected devices but also brings support for HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. Earlier this year, the device even received support for Miracast screen mirroring via an update and now, developers...

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K gets Miracast screen mirroring support via update

The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is a rather affordable streaming dongle from Amazon that offers 4K video capabilities to connected devices. You also have the ability to use Alexa voice commands, and the Fire TV Stick 4K also supports HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos soundtracks, so the end package ends up being a...

Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick Devices are being Infected with Cryptocurrency Malware

Several users in our forums have reported that their Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Stick devices have suddenly become very slow to use. This sudden slowdown coincides with the appearance of an app simply called "test" that keeps popping up randomly. Not only is the popup annoying, but it also causes video playback...

Amazon Fire TV Cube combines the Amazon Echo and Fire TV into a single device

Amazon and Google have been the two major players in the smart speaker market, but it was Amazon who enjoyed a big lead through most of this time. Data released last month showed that Google was actually able to beat Amazon in overall sales for Q1 2018. This was the first time that had happened...

Amazon’s Silk Web Browser is Now Available for Select Fire TV Devices

Beaming an old webpage to your TV is harder than it looks, which is why it's sometimes helpful to have a built-for-TV web browser at your disposal. Sure, it's probably easier to pull up the troublesome website on your smartphone or tablet, but there's no substitute for the big screen. That's why Amazon brought Silk...