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Amazon Dash Buttons Now Open To All Prime Members

09/02/2015, Earlier this year Amazon announced their Dash buttons which for a while had many believing it was an April Fools joke, but it later turned out to be true. For those unfamiliar with the Dash buttons, basically what it does is it allows users to place...

Amazon Video App Now Updated With Offline Playback

09/02/2015, There are several video streaming services that are available to users at the moment. This includes Amazon Video, Netflix, Hulu, and more just to name a few. However Amazon wants to get the leg up on the competition by updating its Amazon Video app, which...

Sling TV Now Supports Amazon Fire HD And HDX Tablets

08/31/2015, Sling TV is an online TV streaming service which was launched earlier this year, over the past few months it has added support for more platforms and devices, that momentum continues today. Sling TV now supports Amazon Fire HD and HDX tablets, this means...

Amazon Could Be Giving Up On Their Smartphone Ambitions

08/27/2015, Last year when Amazon launched the Fire Phone, the device turned out to be quite a flop and we’ve seen Amazon gradually slashing the price of the device, with the latest price cut dropping the phone down to $130. That being sad, it seems that the...

Amazon Brings Prime Instant Video To Japan

08/27/2015, When it comes to video streaming services, the majority of these services tend to be limited to the US, possibly due to demand and also maybe because of various copyright issues. That being said, it looks like Amazon will be expanding beyond the US as the...

Amazon Fire Phone Price Slashed Again, Drops to $130

08/27/2015, When Amazon first teased the Fire Phone, many were excited because with the Kindle Fire series of Android tablets, Amazon had done pretty well for themselves, so many expected that the same level of success would follow with the Fire Phone. Unfortunately...

Amazon Underground Will Replace “Free App Of The Day” Program

08/26/2015, In a bid to attract more users to its Appstore, Amazon had a “Free App of the Day” program where paid apps would basically be free for download for 24 hours. However it looks like Amazon has officially killed off the program. Instead they have...

12 Inch Amazon Tablet Rumored

08/25/2015, Amazon is no stranger to tablets, the company’s Kindle Fire line has done quite well for itself even though it doesn’t really provide a conventional Android experience. The company’s tablets run heavily forked versions of Android, just...

One-Hour Amazon Prime Now Delivery Expanded To Seattle

08/25/2015, Amazon offers customers multiple delivery options for products that they purchase use its platform, the fastest delivery option is called Prime Now and it promises delivery of select products within one hour. This service is only available in a few cities...

Amazon UK Will Cease Pre-Owned Games Trade-In Program

08/19/2015, If you have games that you no longer play and have no intention of playing again, a good way to get rid of them is to take them to your local games retailer and trade it in or sell it for store credit, which you can then use to buy a new game. In fact...

Amazon Could Be Getting Ready To Test A Package Pickup System

08/18/2015, When it comes to getting your orders delivered to you in a timely manner, Amazon is usually a safe bet, especially if you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber in which you should be able to receive your orders within a day or two. However what if you’re not...

Amazon’s Dash Buttons Hacked To Do More Than Just Buy Things

08/17/2015, Earlier this year Amazon introduced the Dash buttons. Basically these are buttons that when pressed, will order whatever item is labeled on the button, meaning that you’ll save yourself a trip to the computer or to the store. At the time of announcement...