Amazon's German website has lowered its price for the next-generation Wii U console, while Nintendo has promised that the cost for the game system will be “reasonable.”
Amazon has leaked the price and release date for Nintendo's much-anticipated next-generation console, the Wii U, and the figures may come as a shock to some.
Amazon has been granted a patent by the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) for a system of delivering digital items to another person as a gift. Shockingly, no one had yet patented this idea.
Poor sales of Android tablets is having a negative effect upon the overall tablet market, with a sharp decline in shipments across the sector.
Amazon has expanded into the supply business with the launch of AmazonSupply.com, a new online store offering parts for a wide range of industries.
Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos, is leading an effort to recover the engines of the Apollo 11 space rocket from the darkest depths of the ocean's floor.
Barnes & Noble has launched a $199 8GB Nook Tablet to compete with Amazon's popular Kindle Fire tablet.
Amazon unveiled today in New York their new Kindle Fire 7-inch display tablet which runs a customized version of Android and has a dual core processor. The new tablet is available for pre-order for an amazingly low price of 199$ USD and will start shipping on the 15th of November. Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos, stated
Some time back, Amazon was reported to be planning to release its own Kindle-branded tablet that will supposedly go head to head with the likes of Apple's iPad. Well, more information about that elusive tablet has been revealed, and from the looks of it, it seems that Amazon is going to be a very good friend to
We all know that Amazon has been attempting to compete against Apple in just about everything that is related to digital content, such as e-books, digital music, and even mobile applications. However, it seems that Amazon is all ready to take the fight up to the next level, for word has it that the multinational
It has been some time since we talked about Chinese products, but that does not mean that the consumer electronics scene in China has been mellowing out somewhat. On the contrary, it seems to be just as lively as it always has been, and the best proof of that fact is has got to be
Apple has yet to officially open its iCloud service for public use, but it seems that the Cupertino giant is already going to have to deal with competition from the likes of Amazon in winning the hearts of consumers over to its side, especially where music streaming and storage services are concerned. Apparently, Amazon has
Amazon has announced the opening of a new Android app store to compete with Apple’s, and also a developer portal for coders who are interested in creating apps for the Android-based devices. On top of that, the online retailer has also announced the Kindle app for Windows Phone 7.
Amazon has introduced an ebook lending feature on the Kindle that lets you share your ebooks with your friend for two week. Bad news is, once you shared the ebooks, you will not be able to read those ebooks until they have been “returned”.
Amazon has released a new Kindle for Mac application that allows users to purchase and read electronic books from the retailer’s Kindle store. More features will be added to the application including full text search and highlights.
Seattle-based Amazon.com Inc. has begun to market and sell its own line of electronic products called “AmazonBasics” this weekend in the US. The line, which includes audio and video cables, computer networking cables and blank DVDs, is an interesting diversion from its core business of online retailing. If this takes off, we wouldn’t be surprised