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Amazon Dash launches for AmazonFresh customers in London

Amazon Dash launches for AmazonFresh customers in London

Amazon UK has announced a new gadget that will make it easier for Londoners who live in a postal code serviced by AmazonFresh to get their grocery orders without having to go to the store. Dash is a small device that facilitates placing grocery orders on Amazon.co.uk. Using Dash the customer can scan a product barcode or say the name of a product to add items automatically to their Amazon.co.uk basket.

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Prime Day 2016 becomes Amazon’s biggest sales day ever

Prime Day 2016 becomes Amazon’s biggest sales day ever

Amazon held its second annual Prime Day event yesterday, and it looks like it was a smashing success for the online retailer. In a statement today, Amazon said that worldwide orders were up 60% over 2015's Prime Day, with orders in the US jumping an impressive 50%. The increase in orders helped turn Prime Day 2016 into the single biggest sales day in Amazon's history.

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Amazon Prime Day 2016 kicks off with deals on TVs to dog food

Amazon Prime Day 2016 kicks off with deals on TVs to dog food

Amazon Prime Day has officially returned, and even though the range of items getting a discount seems to be just as eclectic as last year, there are some big ticket items for Prime users to consider. The annual sale is exclusive to Amazon Prime members and will last today only, with Amazon attempting to challenge Black Friday for sale supremacy.

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Alexa’s role in Amazon Prime Day revealed

Alexa’s role in Amazon Prime Day revealed

Amazon's second Prime Day is quickly approaching, with the online retailer kicking off the massive sale on July 12. Those with an Alexa-enabled device can get in on the action a little early, however, as Amazon is offering $10 off your first order of $20 or more when you place it through Alexa. That promotion runs from today, July 8, through the end of Prime Day.

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Walmart Pay rolling out in all stores nationwide

Walmart Pay rolling out in all stores nationwide

Well, that didn't take long: just a few days after we hear that Walmart was increasing the number of its stores offering Walmart Pay by about 600, we get news from the massive retailer that Walmart Pay is now available across every one of its stores in the US. If you're wondering, that means Walmart has increased this launch to include a grand total of around 4,600 stores.

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Walmart puts pressure on Amazon with ShippingPass expansion

Walmart puts pressure on Amazon with ShippingPass expansion

Walmart has thrown down the gauntlet in its battle with Amazon, announcing today that ShippingPass - Walmart's version of Amazon Prime, which offers free two-day shipping for online orders - is now available to all customers in the US. Previously, ShippingPass was available to a select number of customers, but Walmart has determined that there's enough benefit to rolling out the program on a nationwide scale.

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Report: Samsung Pay Mini app for iOS and Android launching in June

Report: Samsung Pay Mini app for iOS and Android launching in June

Samsung is planning to release an app called “Samsung Mini Pay,” according to a new report, and it’ll be available for non-Samsung Android smartphones and the iPhone. The app will be launching in June “at the earliest,” sources say, and it’ll allow users to add their payment cards apparently exclusively for online shopping. Samsung is reportedly launching this ‘mini’ version because regular Samsung Pay is used in physical retail stores.

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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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New Amazon Dash buttons released for over 100 brands

New Amazon Dash buttons released for over 100 brands

First released a year ago, it seems Amazon's Dash buttons — which let Prime members to re-order select items with a single press of a physical button — have really taken off in popularity. The company has announced today that it now offers buttons for over 100 brands, tripling what was available before now. While the WiFi-connected buttons previously focused more on everyday kitchen and household products, Amazon has expanded into more categories including snacks and drinks, office supplies, and even medicine and hygiene products.

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Build your own Amazon Echo with a Raspberry Pi for $60

Build your own Amazon Echo with a Raspberry Pi for $60

It's amazing how a company can spend a fortune on researching and developing a product, and eventually someone finds a way to make the same thing for far less. Amazon's Echo has been out for a while now, but it still costs $180 for you to get your hands on one. But what if I told you that you could make your own at home for just $60?

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Amazon Japan begins shipping video games internationally

Amazon Japan begins shipping video games internationally

Gamers who like to import titles from Japan take notice, the Japanese version of Amazon will now ship select games and hardware to international locations, potentially offering a cheaper option than turning to dedicated importers. While Amazon Japan has offered international shipping on other types of products, this is a first for video games. The change went without a formal announcement, and was only recently noticed by users on Twitter and the NeoGAF forums.

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Augmented reality tool applies virtual makeup in real time

Augmented reality tool applies virtual makeup in real time

Using augmented reality technology to try on clothes and jewelry isn't something new, with users able to see items as a virtual overlay on their body, but they all require specific hardware, such as a smart mirror outfitted with cameras and software. But FaceCake has created an AR platform that work right from the browser, with no downloads required, and users don't need to upload a still photo, as the display works in real time.

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