News tagged ‘amazon’
Monday, 7 Apr 2014
Amazon has announced Dash, a Wi-Fi enabled barcode scanner that will help you organize and streamline your grocery shopping. The Amazon Dash integrates with AmazonFresh, the company’s online grocery shopping service.
Thursday, 3 Apr 2014
Amazon has just launched its new Fire TV set-top box that lets users enjoy video content from Amazon, Hulu, Netflix and more for just US$99.
Tuesday, 1 Apr 2014
Following Amazon's announcements to lower prices on their Web Service subscriptions, Microsoft is stepping up with cuts of their own, with reductions to Windows Azure services.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
Amazon has just announced reductions to their Web Service subscriptions, offering better value to their customers. Hit the link to find out more.
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
In an annual customer experience survey conducted by Forrester Research, Apple has, for the first time, fallen behind rivals Samsung, Sony and Microsoft.
Monday, 20 Jan 2014
If flying drones are too far-fetched for you, Amazon plans to reduce delivery time for customers by pre-emptively moving goods to shipping hubs near potential buyers. Once these buyers confirm their purchases, those goods can be delivered to them with less delay.
Monday, 2 Dec 2013
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently said on 60 Minutes that the company is toying with the idea of using drones to send customers their purchases.
Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013
The NVIDIA GRID technology is now available from Amazon Web Services (AWS) through its newly announced Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) G2 instance, delivering GPU acceleration to users running graphics-intensive applications and games in the cloud.
Thursday, 25 Apr 2013
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Amazon is planning to launch its own television set-top box. This TV-based device can be viewed as a natural extension to Amazon Instant Video that is an video-on-demand service currently only available in the United States.
Tuesday, 29 Jan 2013
According to app analytics company Localytics for Android devices, the US accounts for 59 percent of Google's tablet market. Furthermore, one out of three Android tablets in the US is a Kindle Fire from Amazon.