In some ways, this was not the best week for Amazon. The Federal Trade Commission sued it for improperly billing customers for games used by their children. And it continues to be enmeshed in a nasty public relations battle with the publisher Hachette.But Amazon still has the drones.
Amazon has released its first advertisement for the Fire Phone, and rather than hawking the handset's 3D novelty or other features, the advertisement focuses on what the Internet retailer has to offer on the digital level: a year-long Prime subscription.
Telltale Games is fairly well known for the Walking Dead game , however that isn't the only title in their game lineup. And in fact, a new Telltale Games title has been released for Android users. The game is The Wolf Among Us and for now it can be found in the Amazon Appstore. We suspect some will be disappointed by the lack of a Play Store release.
Amazon is calling its new read-all-you-can (or listen-all-you-can) “Kindle Unlimited”, and it boasts of 600,000 titles that readers can choose from, as well as a dip into a considerable audiobook collection.
Settling isn’t the Amazon way, whether the dispute is with book publishers or the federal government, Steve Lohr reports.The Federal Trade Commission filed a suit in a Federal District Court in Seattle on Thursday, contending that Amazon improperly billed customers for “many millions of dollars” of charges that children made without their parents’ consent.
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