Since the launch of the Kindle Fire tablet in 2011, rumors abounded that Amazon would release a smartphone that leveraged its extensive library of digital books, music and video in a similar fashion. On June 18th, 2014, the rumors turned into reality with the launch of the Fire Phone. Find out all the latest on Amazon's latest device below.
Amazon exec says 'we didn’t get the price right' on the Fire Phone
Company says it misjudged people's expectations of a $200 phone
Amazon Fire Phone review
The Everything Phone
Augmented reality Lego is actually pretty cool
Lego Fusion pulls your bricks into a video game
Fire Phone against the world: can Amazon take on iOS and Android?
Amazon's unique software is running on pretty average hardware
Will Amazon's Fire Phone kill mom and pop stores for good?
Jeff Bezos wants to turn your every moment into an opportunity to buy something from him
The 10 coolest things about Amazon's new Fire Phone
From head-tracking to unlimited photo storage, here's what you need to know
The Amazon smartphone is here: meet the Fire Phone
A $199 phone with 3D cameras and all the Amazon services in the world
Three things you need to know about the phone Amazon is launching this week
CEO Jeff Bezos promises something 'a little different'
Amazon will announce 'amazing' new device on June 18th
Is this finally Amazon's 3D smartphone?
Exclusive: Amazon phone confirmed, could be announced tomorrow
Multiple sources have confirmed to The Verge that Amazon is working on a smartphone that runs a variant of the Kindle Fire's Android-based operating system, and we're now hearing that the device will be shown to the press tomorrow.
Another Windows Phone Director joins Amazon ahead of rumored smartphone debut
Former Windows Phone Director Robert Williams has joined Amazon.
WSJ: Amazon smartphone in testing, may go into production this year
An Amazon smartphone is currently undergoing testing with Asian suppliers, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Amazon smartphone in development, says Bloomberg
Bloomberg reports that Amazon is developing its own smartphone.
Amazon or Facebook phone? 'Major' non-Google Android device coming this year, says Skyhook CEO
Skyhook Wireless CEO Ted Morgan says that his company will be providing location services for a "major" Android phone launch this year that isn't backed by Google.