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Will Distelli's founders' experience putting together very large computing environments while at Microsoft and Amazon make a difference for you?
Amazon Fire Phone review: Excellent for Amazon shopping and media services, but not a great smartphone
Amazon's Fire Phone is made to offer you an enhanced Amazon shopping and media experience, but the high price and AT&T exclusive smother most of the excitement for some interesting tricks.
How easy is it to build an app using Amazon's cloud computing environment? I gave it a go to find out.
Amazon rolled out an update for its Fire OS to most Kindle Fire tablets. The update further removes owners from the Android experience.
Won't be home to sign for your shipment? The online retailer is testing a delivery service that lets customers pick packages up where they want, when they want.
Imagine your entire photo and video collection securely stored in the cloud and available wherever you go, with musical slideshows...
If Amazon does indeed develop an Android smartphone, then the likes of Samsung, HTC and Sony need to be prepared for their sales to fall.
Site content, functionality, pricing and ease of completing a transaction factor heavily in online customer satisfaction metric by analytics firm ForeSee.
Amazon is aiming the Kindle Fire at mainstream consumers, and has created an out-of-box experience that is as good as anything I have seen.
Apple changed their in-app purchase policy that forced ebook vendors to close their integrated stores. Amazon is the first out of the gate with a solution that includes a store and a web browser-based ebook reading experience with the Kindle Cloud Reader.
The last paragraph of my last blog post glossed over perhaps the most important part of the change in Microsoft's data centre strategy - the fact that it's hiring a new cadre of cloud data centre engineers with internet scale experience, bringing in staff who've been at companies that were built at cloud scale from the start; from Amazon, from Google, and from Facebook.
Fault-tolerant architectures have risks that are magnified by natural human tendencies. A new Google paper hints at the larger issues.
Amazon launched its Kindle Single store and my experiment in self-book publishing went along for the ride. Here's a look at what you need to know.
When the largest online store on the web integrates with the largest social network, good things happen.Today you can connect your Facebook account with your Amazon account.
Larry pointed out this morning in his post that Amazon is opening up the Kindle for application development and I wanted to chime in with my thoughts since I am a huge ebook reader fan. The geek in me likes to see new devices through in everything, but the kitchen sink. However, as I have stated before I want my ebook experience to be void of distractions so I can just read my book. My primary reason for carrying an ebook reader over a regular book is the convenience of carrying many titles in a small form factor and buying books for less than hardback prices. While my B&N nook has multiple connectivity support I only like and need this to help get content onto the device. After that, I want an isolated book experience where I can sit on the couch and read for an hour or two without being bothered.
Despite being given the royal thumbs-up from Oprah last week, the Amazon Kindle looks to be a technology in search of a market. After some hands-on experience, I must say that the reality is much worse than I imagined.
Amazon follows Apple with solid financial results. Sales are up 31%.
No. It's not a review of the Kindle, yet. There are plenty of those already circulating the Web and I'll get to mine (better late than never).
Amazon appears to experimenting with grocery deliveries in Seattle. The invite only service, which was highlighted by Michael Arrington at TechCrunch, is dubbed Amazon Fresh and promises a fresh selection, value and convenience of grocery shopping online.
Mike Fisher and Ben Widhelm, founders of ElephantDrive, show how their mashup with Intelâ€™s Mobile SDK and Amazon S3 APIs have improved their customersâ€™ user experience by improving mobile aspects of an existing web solution.
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