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jackson
2 weeks ago

Amazon just announced its new set-top box called Fire TV, but it seems to me that there are plenty of established products already. Roku, Apple and, to an...

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dvarian
4 weeks ago

I just got an email from Amazon telling me that Prime Membership would be increasing from $79 to $99 per year when my membership renews. That’s a pretty...

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mstrauss
9 weeks ago

This week saw release of the beta version of Amazon's Storage Gateway, which automatically mirrors local data and backs it up in Amazon'...

rhames
19 weeks ago

There have been stories on half of the websites I’ve visited today about Amazon exploring the use of unmanned drones for rapid delivery of orders. Is this a...

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