- News tagged "amazon"
Monday, 1 Feb 2016
Rumors are afoot that Amazon is planning to launch a rival music service to take on streaming giants like Spotify and Apple Music. Unlike Prime Music, the planned service would exist apart from its annual Prime membership.
Tuesday, 12 Jan 2016
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 sales page with some details is already up on Amazon China, even though the official launch date is this Friday. The same seller also leaked details of other new, unreleased cameras and accessories.
Thursday, 7 Jan 2016
At CES, LG Electronics announced several key partnerships with premier technology companies and content providers to offer consumers more high-quality 4K HDR content.
Thursday, 19 Nov 2015
If you shop online, it's a safe bet that Amazon is one of the online retailers you get stuff from. If so, you really should enable Amazon's new two factor authentication on your account. Hop on in and we'll show you how.
Wednesday, 4 Nov 2015
Everybody knows that Amazon is an online retail giant, with most of its business done over the web. So why would the company open a brick and mortar book store?
Monday, 19 Oct 2015
Amazon has brought a suit against a number of Fiverr users for providing fraudulent product reviews in the hopes that this will help discourage similar behavior in the future.
Friday, 2 Oct 2015
Online retail giant Amazon will ban Apple TV and Chromecast listings on their site nearer to end-October. Read on to find out why.
Saturday, 19 Sep 2015
Amazon has announced four new tablets, including a 7-inch slate that costs only US$50, and a new version of Fire OS that boasts a more intuitive and user-friendly interface.
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015
Amazon is reportedly planning to release a US$50 6-inch tablet in time for the holidays. The online retailer's next cheapest tablet offering, the 6-inch Fire HD, costs twice as much.
Monday, 3 Aug 2015
When voice recognition software is mentioned, the names Cortana and Siri will undoubtedly pop up. Amazon wants to add one more name to that list; Alexa. To do that, it's making the software free for anybody to use and integrate into their devices.