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Amazon deals with racial divide by promising to expand delivery zones

Amazon deals with racial divide by promising to expand delivery zones

Recently, a report surfaced that highlighted gaps in Amazon's same-day delivery regions, with predominantly-black neighborhoods, in some cases, being left out of the delivery zone while nearby and surrounding neighborhoods were supported. Speaking to the Congressional Black Caucus, Amazon has vowed to change this, saying it will expand its free same-day-delivery to all zip codes in the cities where it offers Prime Same Day.

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Amazon Kindle Oasis Review – An embarrassment of riches

Amazon Kindle Oasis Review – An embarrassment of riches

Amazon is out of its mind, and yet for some reason I'm considering opening my wallet and spending hundreds of dollars on a Kindle Oasis. The company's new flagship ereader wows first with design, then with sticker-shock: closest yet in Amazon's quest to dethrone paper with its digital replacement, but out of the reach of all but the most dedicated, deep-pocketed readers.

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Nextbit Robin phone comes to Amazon, save $100 during first week

Nextbit Robin phone comes to Amazon, save $100 during first week

The Nextbit Robin, the Android-powered smartphone with a focus on storing unnecessary content in the cloud instead of locally, has landed on Amazon, giving those who missed the successful $1.36 million Kickstarter a chance to pick one up. And there's a great incentive to buy it on Amazon too: it's available for $100 off the regular asking price, but only from today, May 4th, through May 10th.

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Amazon Alexa will soon track down your keys with just a few words

Amazon Alexa will soon track down your keys with just a few words

We've all been there. You're in a hurry to get out the door, and you can't find your keys. You just saw them. They were on the counter, or was it your dresser? And it's in that moment that you think about attaching some device to your key ring that will let you find them, regardless of how well-hidden they might be. Well soon, Amazon might let you find your keys just by asking where they are, out loud.

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Amazon Prime Now finally lands on web browsers

Amazon Prime Now finally lands on web browsers

Ever needed some grocery, or maybe even food, delivered to you ASAP? Amazon's Prime Now has been fulfilling those cravings for more than a year now. But if you ever found yourself separate from your smartphone for one reason or another, you're out of luck. Until today, that is. Amazon has at long last given its Prime Now delivery service a home on the Web, allowing diligent Prime subscribers to order what they need from the comfort of their keyboard and mouse.

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Anker 60W USB Type-C charger powers five devices at once

Anker 60W USB Type-C charger powers five devices at once

Anker has a new charger that is able to charge an entire family's gadgets all at the same time from a single outlet. The device is called the Anker Premium 5-Port 60W USB Wall Charger PowerPort+. That is a very long name and it can charge five devices at one time with four USB ports and a single USB Type-C port.

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IDC: tablets continue to fall, detachables continue to rise

IDC: tablets continue to fall, detachables continue to rise

It's a good news, bad news thing for tablet makers, depending on which kind of tablets they're banking on. As long predicted by market analyst IDC, tablet shipment shares continue to tank in year on year numbers. That said, that is mostly for the traditional slate tablets. Behind the scenes, however, a new breed of detachable, 2-in-1 hybrids are actually experiencing triple digit growth year on year, which could make them the salvation and new trend of the tablet market.

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Amazon Alexa comes to 3rd party devices, starting with Triby

Amazon Alexa comes to 3rd party devices, starting with Triby

Alexa, Amazon's voice-based digital assistant that lives inside the Echo line of connected speakers, has finally made the jump to third-party devices, starting with the Triby. It's the first device to make use of Amazon's $100 million Alexa Fund, which helps companies looking to integrate Alexa into their products. Triby, made by France's Invoxia, is a slightly scaled down version of a smart home speaker, but with a focus on being used in the kitchen.

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Amazon at fault for in-app purchases by children, judge rules

Amazon at fault for in-app purchases by children, judge rules

We’ve all heard the horror stories. A parent lets their child play with a phone or tablet, only to find that their little darling managed to spend a large chunk of money on in-app purchases. Depending on just how much money was spent, this can be a pretty big problem. But the real question is who is to blame for this happening? A judge today ruled that when it comes to Amazon’s apps, they’re the ones at fault.

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Amazon Studios tipped in talks for original VR content

Amazon Studios tipped in talks for original VR content

Amazon Studios is holding meetings with VR companies with the intention of producing its own original virtual reality offerings, according to sources with knowledge of the matter. These talks are said to be in their early stages at this point, and would mark the company’s latest growth in the original content market — the studio has previously had success with award-winning originals like “Transparent."

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Amazon Prime Now starts restaurant deliveries in San Francisco

Amazon Prime Now starts restaurant deliveries in San Francisco

Amazon has launched Prime Now restaurant delivery in San Francisco, allowing subscribers to order a meal and have it delivered within an hour from dozens of restaurants. The service is available through the Prime Now app, where users can see the menus for participating restaurants, place their order, track their delivery, and more. Amazon has previously rolled out restaurant delivery in other big cities, and will continue to expand it over time.

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Amazon Alexa now lets you order flowers for Mother’s Day

Amazon Alexa now lets you order flowers for Mother’s Day

Whenever I've wanted to get flowers for someone, I've almost always gone to a florist to pick them out, myself. It adds a personal touch, and I get the satisfaction of knowing exactly what I'm getting. On the rare occasion where I've needed to order them, I've found a website that offered what I wanted, and picked out my bouquet based on the pictures provided. Of course, if you know exactly what you want, Amazon wants to help you buy flowers with just a few words.

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