While it may not be good for organizing or sorting items on your drive, Amazon Cloud Drive Photos, is still a fantastic app for storing your photos in the cloud, especially since it comes with 5GB of storage space for free.
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CNET's Bridget Carey explains the lure of video game streaming site Twitch and why Amazon bought it for nearly $1 billion. Meanwhile, Instagram launches a new video app Hyperlapse, and GoPro has gone to the dogs.
On today's show, Ashley and Rich discuss Amazon Fire phone reviews and Samsung's price tag for their 105-inch curved television. They're not sure if it's worth it. Are any of you in the market for a $120,000 television set?
Love is a burning thing. Can the Amazon Fire Phone set our hearts aflame or is it already burned out?
Today's 404 episode is all about the new Amazon Fire, a smartphone with shopping-centric features that can scan and recognize 100 million objects using four cameras - even in the dark.
Amazon hopes the Fire Phone will stand out in a crowded market with head-tracking 3D effects and a smart shopping tool called Firefly. And Facebook wants its new Slingshot app to catch on with the Snapchat crowd.
Prior to showing its rumored smartphone, Amazon says its Appstore library nearly tripled in size since last year. Also, Apple is allowing Bitcoin wallet apps back into iTunes.
Ashley and Rich discuss whether or not Amazon's new smartphone has legs, how OK Go's crazy new music video blew their minds, and Apple's new low-end iMac. Also, we're taking bets on whether humans will hit Mars by 2026...
Commentary: Amazon has launched its own music streaming service, but Crave's Eric Mack finds it doesn't quite stack up to Spotify, at least not yet.
Amazon reportedly plans to sell local services, Honeywell's Lyric thermostat turns up the heat on Nest, and Ringly puts phone alerts into a smart ring.