The set-top box goes on sale immediately and features content from the likes of Hulu Plus, MLB, Disney, YouTube, Netflix, and, of course, Amazon Instant Video.
The online retailer launches yet another Amazon Coins promotion in hopes of luring more customers into its app store.
Going up against the likes of UPS and FedEx, the Internet retailer is reportedly looking to boost its delivery game.
The massive Internet retailer launches a new service that lets users buy as many dry good items as they can fit in one large box for the flat delivery fee of $5.99.
Amazon will be the first subscription service to offer binge-ready, older HBO shows, besting Netflix by scoring coveted content for members. But this deal doesn't win the game, or change it yet.
Prime subscribers spend twice as much as non-Prime members, while Kindle owners spend 30 percent more than non-Kindle owners, says Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.
Amazon rebounds with solid first-quarter results, but warns of bumps ahead in the form of an operating loss in the coming period.
In a deal that's sure to sting Netflix, Amazon licenses HBO programs for its Prime Instant Video service exclusively -- but no "Game of Thrones" -- and says HBO Go app will be on its Fire TV media-streaming box later this year.
The new content helps pad the video-streaming device’s much talked about, but limited, voice search options.
The advantage of Amazon’s subscription service is the convenience of getting your products in two days. CNET takes a look at whether or not it's worth it.