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Amazon versus the world: a recent history

Where pricing is concerned, there’s Amazon, and then there’s everyone else.

From Stephen King to Disney, Warner Brothers to Bonnier publishing, the e-commerce giant has waged battle against countless parties this year, all in an attempt—at least, that’s how it appears—to have the final word on low prices. 8 more words


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Amazon Will Give You a $1 Video Credit for Choosing a Slower Delivery Option- David Gilinsky

Chances are that if you’re an Amazon Prime member, part of the reason is that you can get free two-day shipping with almost any order. 159 more words

You Can Now Opt for Slower Amazon Delivery in Exchange For Free Instant Video Credits

While it’s hard to miss Amazon while they’re flying drones around the Space Needle and building a 10,000 strong robot army, we would’t blame you if you’ve been too captivated by Netflix to care that Amazon has a ton of content available for instant streaming. 201 more words

Serpico: a good retro movie

This is a very good film about corruption within the NYPD back in the 70’s. This is a very good film and had a lot of good messages. 38 more words

Amazon Instant Video coming to Android

Amazon Instant Video, which is part of Amazon’s Prime subscription, offers unlimited video streaming of your favorite show and movies, with unlimited use.

While many Android users probably own Amazon Prime accounts, up until now they hadn’t a use for the Instant Video feature on their smartphones, since that was only exclusive to Amazon’s Kindle tablet line, iPads, and it is also available on the new Fire Phone. 126 more words


Streaming Services > TV Providers

Technology gets better on a daily basis and with that means a better and maybe even cheaper life for us. On a TV basis, most people have and pay for cable and satellite every month, but do we really need it anymore? 696 more words