When companies invest to compete both for existing customers and the customers of other companies, the consumer always wins.
Re/code’s Peter Kafka is reporting that Amazon aims to launch an answer to Apple TV and Roku next month, citing unnamed sources.
No, the company didn’t just nab Killer Instinct.
Among the many things that make Amazon one of the most successful merchants in the history of merchandising is the zeal with which it removes every possible obstacle that might stand in the way of you buying something.
Today, the company doesn’t control how quickly you get your stuff. Tomorrow, who knows?
Amazon’s base-level Kindle e-reader normally starts at $69, but the price has temporarily dropped to $49, putting it precariously close to impulse-purchase territory
Delivery drones are coming, bringing a whole host of challenges with them.
Unmanned delivery aircraft could be ready within five years
A lighter, higher-resolution Paperwhite with ambient light sensor may be in the offing.
What a difference three years makes.
In case you haven’t noticed, physical media is disappearing.