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Building breakthrough technology for Amazon customers
Amazon introduced the first Kindle in 2007 — at that time, it offered 90,000 eBooks and sold out 5.5 hours after the announcement. Since then, we have expanded to become the best-selling e-reader family in the world.
We have gone beyond Kindle with our powerhouse Fire tablets, built for work and play with our Fire operating system. For streaming media lovers, we have created Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition with voice search. Fire TV devices come with access to 500,000 movies, TV shows, and tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills.
We are the team behind Amazon Echo and Alexa, the voice service that powers Echo and other devices so customers can play music, control their smart homes, and get information, news, weather, and more using just their voice.
Most recently, we introduced Luna, Amazon's cloud gaming service where it's easy to play great games on devices our customers already own.
Our teams work in diverse areas, from obsessing over the customer experience with hardware reliability to creating a cinematic UI on Fire TV. It is always Day 1 at Amazon – what will you help us build? Learn about our teams below.
Meet the Amazon Devices Team
Inventing Devices at Amazon
How does a new device get created at Amazon? Meet the teams working together to invent for our customers.
Software Development: Meet Dharini
Dharini talks through her experience as a Software Development Engineer on the Devices team.
Device & Services Design: Meet Scott
Meet Scott, Creative Director from the Amazon Devices and Services Design Group.
Product Design: Meet Duane
The Product Design team works with cross-functional teams like Reliability and Hardware Engineering to design devices.
Hardware Engineering: Meet Julie
Meet Julie, a system engineering lead on Amazon Lab126's hardware team who has worked on products from Kindle to Amazon Echo.
Devices Technical Program Management: Meet Omar
Omar walks through the technical depth and breadth required to be a successful Technical Program Manager on the Amazon Devices team.