Entries in 'amazon' (93)
Kantar Worldpanel data has revealed the extent of Amazon’s dominance of the UK Christmas entertainment market.
The antitrust regulators investigating Amazon’s tax agreements with Luxembourg believe the decade-long arrangement may be incompatible with free market rules.
A glitch on Friday saw a number of items being sold by Amazon sellers sold to customers for just 1p.
Amazon has added a ‘Make An Offer’ option to some items that allows potential buyers to haggle with sellers.
There are $83m worth of unsold Fire Phones sitting in Amazon’s warehouses, with the retailer admitting that it miscalculated its first smartphone launch.
Online title LEGO Minifigures Online is being ported to Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire HDX tablets.
The streaming content market has yet another hardware contender – the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Online retail leader Amazon has posted an operating loss of over half a billion dollars for Q3 2013.
Amazon has released its Fire TV microconsole in the UK.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt believes that Amazon is its biggest search competitor.
Sony’s PS2 has been voted as the greatest ever games console by Amazon customers.
Leading retailer and growing platform holder Amazon has announced a complete refresh of its Fire tablet and Kindle ereader range.
Amazon’s Fire Phone will be released in the UK before the end of the month.
The latest entrant in the Android console sector, Amazon Fire TV, is now available to pre-order in the UK.
The newly launched Amazon phone may be off to what can only be described as a very slow start, new numbers suggest.
There won’t be any sweeping changes to either Twitch’s direction or staff following its buyout at the hands of Amazon.
Retail giant Amazon has agreed to buy Twitch for $970m in cash.
As it turns out, Call of Duty had a pretty good Gamescom after all.
Yesterday, we published a list from Amazon that revealed the games that enjoyed the biggest pre-order spikes during Gamescom.
UPDATED: It turns out Call of Duty was accidentally left off the list. And it's made us question all the below information. For an update, click here.
Amazon wants its customers to pick their favourite console of all time.
Dong Nguyen’s iOS flash-in-the-pan Flappy Bird is back.
The US government is taking Amazon to court over its refusal to abide by FTC suggestions regarding in-app payment policy.
A request by the US Federal Trade Commission designed to ease the problem of children making in-app purchases is reportedly being resisted by Amazon.
Amazon has launched its Appstore Developer Select programme in the UK, Germany, France and Spain.