Buy a paper book from Amazon, and you can have the Kindle version for $3, $2, $1 or free, depending on the title.
It might just be crazy enough to work — and sell like hotcakes.
How different would web-based TV offerings be from what’s already available, and how close are they to actually happening?
Though these are refurbished models, Amazon says they are “certified to work and look like new” and carry the same one-year warranty as new models.
Ten-dollar upgrades might make you press reset on saved games.
Not content to let regular people handle the funny-products-on-Amazon roundups, Amazon itself has gotten in on the action.
Suddenly it seems like every tech titan wants to be in the game console business.
Starting today through June 8, Amazon is cutting $20 from its line of Kindle Fire HD tablets when you use the promo code DADSFIRE.
Whether these products were famous before they were listed on Amazon or not, each one has become the focal point of viral humor on the world’s biggest retail site.
An Amazon-built smartphone featuring glasses-free 3D and the ability to navigate the interface with your eyeballs? You have my attention.
Mother’s Day deals from Amazon and Barnes & Noble do look enticing, but they don’t represent your last chance to score a decent tablet for cheap. Hang tight; the next few months should be a lot of fun to watch.