Amazon is sending out a fairly major update for the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The update includes multiple new features, not the least of which is USB storage support. This allows a user to expand the storage on the Fire TV (not the Fire TV Stick) by ... Read More »
One of Amazon’s strongest perks is Prime, a subscription service for the company that offers plenty of perks. According to a new report, Amazon could be looking to expand its Prime mentality into the world of apps with a feature called “Unlocked.”
According to the report published by TechCrunch, citing internal presentation slides obtained by ... Read More »
Amazon’s not afraid to offer up premium, paid apps for free via its own Appstore, and now the digital retail giant is doing it all over again. This time it’s for the Appstore’s birthday, and since it’s such a big deal, Amazon’s offering up $105 worth of paid apps for free, with plenty of big name ... Read More »
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Motorola’s Nexus 6 hasn’t always been the easiest device to purchase, but it’s gradually becoming easier and easier. While the device is currently available through Google Play, if you prefer to do your online shopping through Amazon, the digital retail giant has you covered.
Amazon is now selling the 32GB Nexus 6 for $649.99. ... Read More »
While no one is going to put the Fire phone on a list of best devices of 2014, the fledgling effort from Amazon is not completely without redeeming qualities and at $199 with a free year of Prime membership (a $99 value) it becomes an enticing device to have around.
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As most of you are probably aware, Amazon offers a paid app for free every day in the App Store, but today is a bit different because Amazon’s “Free App of the Day Bundle” includes 37 paid apps for free.
There are some classics in there that most of you probably already have ... Read More »
If for some crazy reason you don’t already have an Amazon Prime account, there’s no better time to sign up for the service than this coming Saturday, January 24, when new Prime accounts will be just $72 for one year.
When Amazon initially launched the Fire phone, its first attempt at the smartphone market, it was met with skepticism thanks to the high price tag associated with the handset.
If the 40 free applications that Amazon gave away last week wasn’t enough to satiate your hunger for new apps, the company is back today with even more goodies for your Android device.
Apparently Amazon is in the giving mood this week, because the mega-retailer is now giving away 40 premium Android apps for free.