We Go Hands-On With Amazon Prime Instant Video, and Here's What's Changed

Lovefilm Instant is dead, today replaced by Amazon Prime Instant Video, the online retail giant's revised movie and TV streaming service. As it turns out, you'd be forgiven for failing to notice that there's been any update at all. Read More >>

Would You Pay More for Amazon Prime?

Amazon admitted in its fourth quarter earnings call that subscribers of their Amazon Prime service are likely to see a price hike of anything between $20 to $40, which equates to roughly £12 to £24, on their annual fee. Read More >>

Amazon PrimeAir Could Use Drones to Deliver Your Stuff

In an interview last night, Jeff Bezos announced that Amazon is working on delivery that's even faster than Prime. The company wants to use octocopters to deliver orders within a half hour. Read More >>

Save a Few Quid With Amazon's Prime and LoveFilm Instant Bundle

Amazon's put together a nice little bundle for those of you who need your stuff and need your stuff NOW, pairing a LoveFilm Instant subscription with an Amazon Prime membership and shaving £29 of the price of getting them in the process. Read More >>

Amazon Flicks The Switch On For the Kindle Owners' Lending Library

It looks like Amazon is delivering on all of its promises, as the Kindle Owners' Lending Library has gone live for UK Amazon customers. With a Prime membership, you can borrow over 200,000 books for free, with absolutely no due dates. If you still haven't read Harry Potter, I think now's your chance. [Amazon] Read More >>

Amazon's Kindle Lending Library Opening for UK Business, Complete With Harry Potter Section

As well as setting a UK launch date for the lovely Kindle Paperwhite, Amazon has also announced that its free book-lending library will open here at the end of October. Amazon Prime members will be able to "borrow" one of 200,000 titles per month, for free, with no due dates or fuss. [Amazon] Read More >>

Google Wants to Create an Amazon Prime for the Entire Internet

According to the WSJ, Google is teaming up with online retailers to cook up a standardised way to ship things to customers super fast (for a fee, of course). Sound familiar? Yeah, Google's going after Amazon Prime. Read More >>

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Kindle Fire Review: The iPad Finally Has Serious Competition

The Kindle Fire is stuck between e-ink minimalism and gleaming iPad decadence. That could either make it the goofy middle child in the tablet family, or a singular wunderkind. But the Fire will not be overlooked. Apple: Be afraid. Read More >>


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