It used to be that users were already satisfied with getting 1 or 2 GB free from cloud storage services. But with the amount of media and data files that we collect everyday, mobile users are now looking for those that will be able to offer more than that. Some still go for free storage, but others are now willing to pay given the right incentive and also given the right, trusted brand.
A new Amazon service called "Amazon Unlocked" has surfaced in leaked materials, and in them we get a look at what the company has up its sleeve: free for-pay apps that will, ultimately, encourage mobile users to download the Amazon app.
I’ll admit that I thought this was an April Fool’s joke when I saw it yesterday, but it’s a real offering from Amazon. The Amazon Dash Button lets you re-order laundry detergent, paper towels, diapers, pet food, even mac & cheese with the press of a button.
Federal regulators have given Amazon a green light to begin testing drones, but it will most likely take years before the online retailer can start delivering packages from the air to peoples’ homes, writes Nick Wingfield.
Amazon is perhaps a one-stop shopping site. You can buy almost anything you need on the e-commerce site. Even digital goods, you can find them on the Amazon Appstore. This portal for Android apps is known to offer great deals almost every month. Actually, the are regular Free App of the Day deals being announced frequently.
Welcome to the era of low-cost predictions. Your products and services will never be the same, and a couple of big companies may wish we’d never arrived.On Thursday, Amazon Web Services announced that it was selling to the public the same kind of software it uses to figure out what products Amazon puts in front of a shopper, when to stage a sale or who to target with an email offer.
The Cargo Works MacBook 13" EDC Kit is a black canvas zippered gear bag that has been designed to hold the 13" MacBook or similarly sized notebooks and associated gear. Stay tuned for my full review which is coming soon.
Downloads fromAmazon's Appstorealmost assuredly aren't the raging success that the company's ventureslike Primeare, but the retail juggernaut isn't giving up on it yet. In fact, the former looks like it's getting an injection of the latter's DNA with something called Unlocked. According to a leak obtainedbyTechCrunch, Bezos and Co.
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