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mSpot offers 5GB of free storage

03/30/2011, mSpot has cast a cautious eye over to Amazon and their cloud-based service, and has offered 5GB of free storage to its popular cloud music service, which incidentally has more than 1.2 million downloads. This is an  alternative to Amazon Cloud Drive and...

Amazon launches Cloud Player

03/29/2011, It looks like Amazon has beat Apple and Google to the punch, by launching its cloud-based music player today. Aptly called Cloud Player, the service follows similar offers by smaller companies such as mSpot and AudioBox – by giving folks some storage...

Amazon asks iOS developers to bring apps over to Kindle

03/28/2011, It looks like Amazon really wants to get in on the whole app business. After launching their own Android app store, the online mega-store has been reported to have sent invitations to third party developers to port their apps over to Kindle. The creators...

Amazon Cloud Service announcement might pre-empt Apple’s

03/28/2011, It seems that Amazon is about to announce a cloud-based storage service sometime this week, and if this nugget of (mis)information is true, then the online retail colossus could very well be ahead of Apple and Google in the cloud-based storage stakes....

Lendle goes down for a day

03/23/2011, Lendle, the book lending service that provides an easy way for users to lend and borrow lendable Amazon books, was shut down yesterday when Amazon decided to revoke Lendle’s access to their APIs. The reason that Amazon gave was that Lendle does not...

Amazon App Store opening next Tuesday?

03/18/2011, According to Wired, their trusted source has reported that Amazon’s app store will be launched on the Android operating system on Tuesday, March 22. The Amazon app store will be accessible as an app on Android devices, or through their website,...

LOVEFiLM now available on Onyx media browsers

03/14/2011, LOVEFiLM, the largest European video service that was recently acquired by Amazon, is now available on devices that have the Oregan Onyx media browser. While it wasn’t mentioned which devices would be specifically getting LOVEFiLM, any TV or set top...

Amazon announces DRM for their app store

03/07/2011, Amazon has just made public their plans for their upcoming app store. The main difference the Amazon app store will have from the Android Market is that apps sold on the Amazon app store will have Digital Rights Management (DRM) to prevent piracy. The DRM...

AT&T offers Amazon Kindle 3G from March 6th onwards

02/28/2011, AT&T is going to expand the portfolio of their devices on offer by rolling out an e-book reader in the form of the Amazon Kindle 3G which will be available from March 6th onwards, at the same price where Amazon is offering said device – $189....

Roku supports Amazon Prime Instant Video Service

02/22/2011, Amazon has just launched their Prime Instant Video Service that basically allows their Prime members the ability to stream video on demand for free (well not really free if you take into account the $79 annual fee they have to pay for their free 2-day...

HTC Flyer Android tablet on sale at Amazon Germany

02/16/2011, HTC’s debut tablet, the HTC Flyer is has found its way online to Amazon Germany’s online store and has been given a price tag. The Android tablet will cost you 699 Euros ($904) which is pretty pricey after a direct conversion. Chances are it...

Kindle for iOS updated

02/15/2011, Amazon has just released a new version of Kindle, their popular eBook reader/store app for iOS. New features of the app include: real page numbers for thousands of books so you can make proper citations in the classroom or follow along with people reading...