Amazon may be expanding into many niches, but the company has not forgotten about its retail experience on Android devices. Today, Amazon rolled out an updated app with minor, but welcome, enhancements. (more…)
When cruising through your Twitter timeline, you undoubtedly run across a few Amazon links here and there. Before today, you would need to follow the links to Amazon to add these items to your cart for purchase, which could end up being a tricky process for a few users. Amazon announced a new feature today, Amazon Cart, putting these days well behind us. (more…)
It is not quite May 4, known as Star Wars Day, but that has not stopped Google or Amazon from using the force to bring app prices down. For a limited time, at least until we pass May 4, you can grab deals through either outlet on Star Wars-related goodies such as apps, games, books, and more. (more…)
According to reports, we are only a little more than a month away from the release of Amazon’s first true smartphone, a device that should be quite impressive considering it would be the company’s first. Amazon has plenty of practice selling hardware with the Kindle line of tablets, having proven themselves worthy competitors in one of the toughest retail spaces.
Before now, Amazon has been very good about keeping the look of its hardware secret, but thanks to BGR, we may finally have our first true look at what Amazon has in store. (more…)
It was only three weeks ago when Amazon purchased ComiXology, and at the time, it was unknown if Amazon had any plans to change how the comic-selling company was running business. In a sad turn, it looks like Amazon didn’t much care for how the app was handling payments on either Android or iOS. (more…)
Since its release only a couple of weeks ago, the one thing Fire TV from Amazon has really been missing out on, is HBO GO. Both companies, Amazon and HBO, have announced a new multi-year deal, in which Amazon Prime members and owners of the Fire TV will have access to HBO GO’s programming, such as exclusive TV shows, movies, and more. (more…)
Last week, the first photos of Amazon’s rumored 3D-enabled smartphone leaked along with talk of multiple cameras and sensors that would follow your every move to present you with a potentially-gimmicky, yet semi-interesting user experience. Today, we are learning about more gimmicks, or at least rumored features that Amazon will try to use to create something unique in an industry needing inspiration. We are talking tilt gestures for navigating the device. (more…)