You can grab a Prime membership at a discount and stream Amazon's hit show, "Transparent," for free tomorrow, Saturday, January 24.
Buy a data plan from Google? Reports say it could happen. Meanwhile, Amazon launches a textbook creator and Twitter shows missed tweets.
Apple is boosting Beats by buying a music-measuring service, Starbucks will charge your phone by magic, and the X-Files could return.
The closure comes amid rocky efforts by tech companies to expand into the financial industry.
The discount retail site hopes its most loyal customers will choose to buy their digital content from its site rather than other retailers' on-demand video services.
Amazon Prime Instant Video is set to premiere around 12 films a year, a month or two after their big screen debut.
Amazon just kicked off its "Pilot Season" so try on a new show or 13 and Netflix could be losing a lot of BBC content.
That's a plus, given the retail giant's profit margins are higher when products are sold through third parties, say analysts cited in The Wall Street Journal.
The e-commerce company's first attempt at a smartphone bombed, but it's probably not giving up. If Amazon learns from its mistakes, the next phone will be cheaper and more widely available.
Initially rolling out only for parts of Manhattan, Prime Now is the latest attempt by Amazon to compete with brick-and-mortar stores by offering speedy delivery of household items.
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