If you need to upgrade your sound system in time for the Super Bowl, one of your favorite sound bars is down to an all-time low price today on Amazon for Prime members only. And while the “bar” itself is great, what really makes this system special is its included wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers. That means…
In celebration of Mozart In The Jungle’s Golden Globes victories, Amazon has made a year of Prime $73 through the weekend for new members.
If you need a capable, cross-platform photo editor, and don’t want to pay a monthly fee to access it, Adobes Photoshop Elements is a solid alternative to its Creative Cloud-based big brother.
To celebrate Transparent’s five wins at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, Amazon is selling Prime subscriptions for just $67, today only. That’s $32 less than usual, and the best deal they’ve ever offered on their marquee (and increasingly prolific) service.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick is the bargain version of Amazon's super-fast voice search-enabled Fire TV. The HDMI version certainly sacrifices a lot of things that make Fire TV great, but is that bargain worth it? Absolutely.
If you, or anyone on your holiday shopping list wants a new Kindle, here's a rare chance to save $40 on any model, directly from Amazon.
Incredibly lazy? Physically bonded to your couch? Chronically last-minute? Amazon's got your back—as long as you live in one of the six cities that just gained same-day delivery.
We've been hearing the rumors for weeks (months? years?), and the day has finally come. Amazon's phone is here. It's called the Fire Phone, and it's got some fancy new tricks.
Jeff Bezos wants to feed you. No, really: Amazon's latest venture is Prime Pantry, a service that allows you to have 45 pounds' worth of household essentials, in everyday sizes, shipped to your door for $6.
The fateful day has come: Amazon is upping the price of its Prime membership. From April 17th, a year of Prime will cost $99 a year, up $20 from the current $79.
In light of the holiday season, what better time than now to remind ourselves to give thanks for all that we have. Although, in the case of any digital goods you've "purchased," maybe don't add those to the list quite yet. Because remember: You don't actually own any of it.
The most thrilling [marketing] advancement in recent years was unveiled last night on 60 Minutes. If you missed it—how could you have missed it?—Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos detailed the [marketing] future of his company for millions [of potential customers]: Amazon PrimeAir. The [marketing] future is here, and it is [vague…
In a 60 Minutes interview, Jeff Bezos announced that Amazon is working on delivery that's even faster than Prime. The company wants to use octocopters to deliver your order within a half hour.