First in line for the Sunday option, free to Prime members, will be LA and New York. And -- what's this? -- deliveries will be handled by the US Postal Service.
The electronics giant reaches a settlement with the FTC, Google helps conserve data on your smartphone, and the NSA is spying using radio waves.
It's welcome news for parents with app-happy kids. Apple agrees to comply with a Federal Trade Commission order requiring the tech company to issue at least $32.5 million in reimbursements for in-app purchases made by kids without parental consent.
You can turn off in-app purchases entirely or put the kibosh on the 15-minute grace period by requiring a password for every purchase.
Honest Android Games curates games from the Google Play store that won't ask you to spend extra money on in-game items.
As part of an agreement with the FTC, Apple also must change its billing practices to require consent from consumers before charging them for in-app purchases.
The company has pinned down the assets of VisualGraph and is starting a new visual-discovery team.
Google updates its Play Store so parents and others can require that a password be entered every time someone wants to buy virtual goods while in a mobile game or other app.
The Middle East air show got off to a good start for Boeing, which says it scored at least 367 aircraft orders in deals expected to be worth more than $130 billion.
The online payments company wants you to use its mobile payment app at any retail store, so it plans to use a generated code that is acceptable just about everywhere.