"In addition to the Mayday feature, the new Kindle Fire tablets are the first devices to support a new Amazon Prime feature that lets certain of the company’s streaming content library to be temporarily downloaded onto a device for offline viewing. (Users have 30 days to watch the videos they download, and 48 hours to finish, once they start watching.) Kindle Fire HDX owners can also fling a TV show from their tablet to certain Samsung TVs or other sets connected to a PlayStation.Jeff Bezos Debuts New Kindle Fire Tablets With Mayday Live-Help Button - Ina Fried - Mobile - AllThingsD
As with Google’s Chromecast, the shows are not being mirrored from the tablet, but rather streamed to the television from the Internet. That leaves the tablet free to do other things, such as explore Amazon’s second-screen content, powered by IMDB. And, with a touch of a button, users can pull the video back to their tablets."
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Jeff Bezos Debuts New Kindle Fire Tablets With Mayday Live-Help Button - Ina Fried - Mobile - AllThingsD
Check the link below for a ~6-minute video overview