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HomeNews The best Amazon Prime Day home cinema deals

Looking for some new home cinema kit on Amazon Prime Day? We’ve rounded up all the best looking deals going live at different times throughout the day. Amazon Prime Day

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The best Amazon Prime Day TV deals

Looking to get yourself a TV on Amazon Prime Day? We’ve rounded up all the best deals going live at different times throughout the day. Amazon Prime Day is upon

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Amazon own-brand food is about to become a reality

You might not have noticed, but Amazon’s a pretty big player when it comes to retailed goods. A fresh report, however, suggests the company could be about to bring the

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Amazon is launching monthly subscriptions for Prime and Prime Video

Amazon is dropping the requirement to sign up for a year to access its Prime membership services. The retailer is adding new subscription options tonight, reports CNN, that will price Prime

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A new version is reportedly coming soon on amazon

Amazon might be planning to launch a new Echo speaker in the next few weeks, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The new Echo speaker, code-named Fox,

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AMAZON MIGHT RELEASE A PALM-SIZED VERSION OF ITS ECHO SPEAKER

Amazon will release a portable version of its Echo desktop assistant within weeks, aiming to solidify its position in the growing connected-device space. The new model, codenamed ‘Fox,’ is similar

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Amazon Web Services expands in India, plans to open new infrastructure hub in 2016

Amazon Web Services is placing a big bet in India, announcing today that it plans to open a new “infrastructure region” in the world’s second most populous country sometime in

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Amazon Echo smart speaker adds Google Calendar integration

Amazon this week rolled out another new feature for its Echo smart speaker: integration with Google Calendar. The company announced the feature in an email to users on Friday afternoon.

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Google’s YouTube creating game-streaming site after losing Twitch to Amazon

After losing Twitch to Amazon last year, YouTube is rolling out its own video game-streaming platform. The new site, YouTube Gaming, will allow users to stream live gameplay and record it straight