After too many months of waiting, Amazon is finally letting Android users enjoy its Prime Instant Video service via a dedicated app.
In news that will probably surprise no one, Amazon announced today that the Fire will be available for 99 cents on AT&T, where it’s been exclusively available since June.
SanDisk is having a huge special going on via the Amazon Gold Box Deals! Check out the over one dozen products on sale for today only!
The FTC alleges that Google made it easy for children to buy items.
This week we talk about a bunch of music app news, Amazon buying Twitch, a huge update for Google News & Weather and even more Android apps news!
The Information reports that Cyanogen is being courted by several of the biggest names in the tech industry, including Microsoft, Yahoo, Samsung, and Amazon. Cyanogen even met with Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella.
If a new report proves correct, Google’s plans to buy Twitch may have fallen through and Amazon is now in late-stage talks to buy the service instead.
Amazon has ‘trapped’ customers into their Amazon ecosystem.
In celebration of a “boatload” of new apps, get the Amazon Fire TV for $15 off. That’s an Android powered set-top box with voice activated remote control, best part, you can use that $15 to buy new Android games to play on your TV.
Running until August 18th, save $20 on a selection of Chromebooks, Chromeboxes and a Chromebase all-in-one at Amazon, Best Buy and in the Google Play Store. Sometimes, shopping for school supplies is awesome.