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Amazon Fire Phone vs iPhone 5S: What's the difference?

Amazon Fire Phone vs iPhone 5S: What's the difference?

By 18 June 2014

Amazon has finally debuted its much-anticipated (and rumoured) smartphone. It is called Fire Phone. So now it's time to break out the old comparison chart and start picking out the difference between Amazon's first smartphone and other high-end devices... >>

Amazon smartphone finally debuts: Fire Phone with 4.7-inch HD display and dynamic 3D perspective

Amazon smartphone finally debuts: Fire Phone with 4.7-inch HD display and dynamic 3D perspective

By 18 June 2014

Amazon has just announced the Fire Phone at a press event in Seattle. The new smartphone features a 4.7-inch IPS LCD HD display (with 1280 x 720 resolution at 315 ppi), Gorilla Glass screen, 590 nits brightness for outdoor use, quad-core 2.2GHz processor,... >>

Amazon Phone with 3D holographic display: Release date and everything you need to know

Amazon Phone with 3D holographic display: Release date and everything you need to know

By 18 June 2014

UPDATE: The Amazon Fire Phone has been announced during a press event in Seattle and missing from its specifications is any kind of 3D support. Speculation in this case, it seems, was wide of the mark. Instead, it utilises a new Dynamic Perspective feature.... >>

Hands-on: Amazon Prime Music streaming service (web, desktop, and mobile) review

Hands-on: Amazon Prime Music streaming service (web, desktop, and mobile) review

By 14 June 2014

Amazon has introduced a new streaming service in the US called Amazon Prime Music. The company said it provides unlimited, ad-free access to "over a million songs and hunderds of custom-built playlists". And there's no subscription fee. You just have... >>

Amazon Prime Music streaming service is here

Amazon Prime Music streaming service is here

By 12 June 2014

Amazon Prime Music service has gone live with over a million songs and accompanying iOS and Android apps. The much rumoured service from Amazon will be available to members of its Prime service which also includes faster deliveries and streaming videos.... >>

Sky customers turning to on-demand in droves

Sky customers turning to on-demand in droves

By 11 June 2014

Sky has confirmed that more than half of all its TV customers now have a Sky+HD box connected to a broadband service and that on-demand viewing when in a connected home accounts for 5 per cent of all programmes watched. In a huge shift from its first... >>

Amazon confirms 18 June event, 3D head-tracking phone expected after showing up in teaser video

Amazon confirms 18 June event, 3D head-tracking phone expected after showing up in teaser video

By 4 June 2014

Amazon has announced that it will hold an event, for what is expected to be the launch of its rumoured smartphone, on the 18 June in Seattle. The company has opted to announce the event via a special page on its website that invites journalists, developers,... >>

Grand Theft Auto Trilogy now available on Kindle Fire tablets

Grand Theft Auto Trilogy now available on Kindle Fire tablets

By 16 May 2014

Rockstar now offers the entire Grand Theft Auto III trilogy on Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet devices. GTA III and GTA: Vice City have now joined GTA: San Andreas on the platform, which was released for Kindle Fire HDX devices in January. The third in the... >>

Google Shopping Express takes on Amazon same-day delivery, with LA and Manhattan launches

Google Shopping Express takes on Amazon same-day delivery, with LA and Manhattan launches

By 5 May 2014

Merely a few days after Amazon announced it is expanding its same-day delivery service to Los Angeles, Google has followed up with a similar expansion to West Los Angeles and Manhattan for its Shopping Express same-day delivery service. Google Shopping... >>

Now you can buy Amazon items on Twitter through #AmazonBasket or #AmazonCart

Now you can buy Amazon items on Twitter through #AmazonBasket or #AmazonCart

By 5 May 2014

Amazon has launched a way for shoppers to buy goods they see linked to on Twitter. If a tweet contains a product sold by the online retailer, all you have to do is reply with the hashtag #AmazonBasket (#AmazonCart in the US) and the item will automatically... >>