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Amazon plans to buy video game community Twitch in a move that'll give the company more touch points with its customers.
Amazon raises its Prime subscription fee by $20 a year to cover fuel, transportation and video content costs.
Even if Amazon isn't really working on a set-top box, it should. Now.
Amazon has launched its own pay-per minute service for transcoding video formats for end-user devices that puts it in competition with some of its customers.
On the surface, the fact Netflix is moving its entire infrastructure to Amazon Web Services looks a bit nuts given the e-commerce giant competes on streaming video. But it's business as usual for these rivals and partners.
Curiosity's descent onto Mars and follow-up imagery are being hosted in the cloud.
NASA tapped Amazon Web Services to provide the back-end tools to build a live video streaming infrastructure for the Mars rover launch.
The Xbox's streaming video stable is getting a bit larger with the addition of Amazon Instant Video.
With the addition of Amazon Instant Video to the PlayStation 3, Amazon's streaming service is inching towards ubiquity.
Inking a deal with Discovery is a big deal for Amazon Prime considering the media company owns more than 142 television networks worldwide.
Amazon bolsters its Prime video library. The company has three aims: Beat Netflix, get you to subscribe for Prime and provide a good ecosystem for the Kindle Fire.
Even with the launch of the Kindle Fire, Amazon affirms that it is still seeing solid numbers for physical book sales while video games is a mixed bag.
Software allows businesses to create team profiles that help make online chat more personal and extends communications options beyond chat to voice, video and email.
Amazon and Barnes & Noble may throw around streaming video as a marketing tool to postion their products, but real mobile usage data indicates that users aren't watching a lot of streaming feature films and TV on their tablets.
Amazon touts its streaming video library in a bid to put it on Netflix customers' radar as they choose plans ahead of a rate increase.
Once again, Amazon delivered big numbers within its second quarter earnings report on Tuesday. But instead of the product focus being on rumored tablets, investors were curious about Prime's digital video offerings.
Amazon seriously stepped up its Prime video streaming options with the addition of over 1,000 more film and television titles.
Rumors have already been circulating for months that Amazon is developing a tablet, possibly in partnership with Samsung. A new report suggests that the online retailer is developing an advanced Kindle in color.
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