We also discuss the return of Amazon Prime Day and watching the Olympics in virtual reality.
The shopping event is back on July 12, with a handful of tweaks from last year to allay complaints.
Microsoft will bring an improved Cortana to Windows and new features to the Xbox One.
Amazon is bringing its "special offers" discounts to two non-Amazon products. Is viewing ads on the phones worth the savings?
The company quietly launches private-label brands Mama Bear baby food and Happy Belly coffee on its website.
Walmart's ShippingPass service is offering a free 30-day trial, in a hopes of grabbing some of Amazon's customers.
Are you interested in a deal? You'll have to agree to see ads on your phone's lockscreen.
The e-retailer expanded its one-click widgets with more than 50 additional buttons.
Online digital music from favorites like Amazon Prime, Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music lets you pick your favorite artist, song or genre for anytime-anywhere music streaming.
Subscription video-on-demand services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu are now in as many US households as digital video recorders.
Dozens of brands will be added to the lineup of tiny widgets, which you can click to purchase household goods through Amazon, according to the Wall Street Journal.
We discuss Facebook obsessing over live video, Playstation Vue making it easier to cut the cord, and Amazon Video catching up with Netflix.
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