Belei Is Amazon’s Very Own Skincare Line

It’s not uncommon for Amazon to start selling products that have become popular on its massive retail platform on its own. Skincare products drive a considerable chunk of online sales and Amazon wants in on the action as well. That’s why it has now introduced its very own skincare line called Belei. It’s not Amazon Belei, mind you, because the company’s name is conspicuously absent from the packaging.

Amazon Updates Cheapest Kindle With A Built-In Light

Amazon today announced an update for its cheapest Kindle e-reader, the one that it brands as just “Kindle.” It gets a new feature that has long been standard on many of the company’s other readers. The cheapest Kindle will now offer customers a built-in light. That’s more or less the only major difference in this latest version of the company’s cheapest e-reader.

Music Streaming Services Are Fighting Royalties Increase

Royalties are one of the several ways that musicians earn money through their music. This is why it was a big deal when Apple initially refused to pay musicians royalties during the three month trial period of Apple Music. This essentially meant that musicians had to work for “free” during those three months.

Amazon To Shutter All Of Its US Popup Stores

Amazon is a company that built themselves up on being the retailer of the future, where in their early days they were one of the few online retailers in a world still filled with brick and mortar stores. These days, however, it is a different story as Amazon seems to be trying out the idea of selling their products in physical stores.


Amazon May Open A New Grocery Store Chain

It appears that Amazon is thinking about opening up a new grocery store chain. A new report claims that this chain will have dozens of locations in major cities across the United States. It’s also said to be completely separate from Amazon’s Whole Foods chain and its Amazon Go cashier-less convenience stores.

Amazon Will No Longer Sell Dash Buttons

Amazon launched its Dash Buttons in 2015. They were effectively handed out for free to customers and allowed them to reorder items like bottled water, detergent, dog food, and more at the touch of a button. The company has now decided to do away with the buttons and will no longer be sending them out.

Amazon Day Lets Prime Members Schedule Their Deliveries

We use a variety of products in our everyday lives, whether it be food items, personal care items, and so on. This means more often than not, we eventually run out of them and will need to replenish them. If you’re the sort that prefers doing all their shopping online, then Amazon might have a new feature that you might want to check out.

Amazon’s Project Zero Helps Brands Takedown Fake Listings

Amazon has utilized a slate of tools to reduce listings for counterfeit goods on its marketplace but it hasn’t been able to fully tackle the program. The latest move in a bid to clamp down on fakes involves empowering brands further. Amazon has thus launched a new anti-fake program called “Project Zero” which will enable brands to issue takedown strikes on fake listings.

FTC Resolves Its First Ever Case On Fake Amazon Reviews

Fake reviews on Amazon are annoying because they present a false view of the product which could end up being a lot worse than what the reviews gave the impression of. Amazon has been working tirelessly against such fake reviews and have been trying to take down websites that advertise fake reviews for sale.

Amazon Will Fund Computer Science Courses In Over 1,000 U.S. High Schools

Amazon is expanding its investments in educational initiatives for school students in the United States. The company has announced that it will be funding computer science courses in more than 1,000 high schools in the United States. The high schools are located in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The courses are funded through Amazon’s Future Engineer program and will reach thousands of students across the country. It’s […]

Amazon Starts Selling Echo Wall Clock Once Again

Amazon decided to pull its Echo Wall Clock late last month over connectivity issues. This product was unveiled alongside a handful of other Alexa-enabled devices a couple of months back. Amazon pulled it from the shelves merely a few weeks after it started shipping out the Echo Wall Clock. It had made the decision due to connectivity issues with the device. Those issues have now been addressed and Amazon is […]

Amazon Plan To Release At Least 30 Movies A Year

There are various streaming services in the market right now, which could be a good thing for consumers, but at the same time, it has created a very competitive space for companies who are now all vying for a slice of that pie. With the competition being so fierce, Amazon thinks that they might have one way to fight back.

Amazon Details Vision To Make All Shipments Net Zero Carbon

Amazon wants to do better for the sake of the environment and to that end, the company today detailed its Shipment Zero vision for net zero carbon shipments. Amazon says that it aims to make all shipments net zero carbon. It expects 50 percent of all shipments to be net zero by 2030.

Amazon To Start Testing Its Scout Delivery Robot

Amazon is pretty good when it comes to logistics, as they are able to deliver products nationwide and around the world, suggesting that they have a very good infrastructure in place. The company has also been exploring a variety of ways of delivery, such as by using drones which can make deliveries by air.