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Fall Guys players get free winter skin, but only with Prime Gaming

Fall Guys players get free winter skin, but only with Prime Gaming

One of the year's top games, Fall Guys, comes with a variety of costumes for its adorable pill-shaped characters. Every so often, a free skin arrives and that's the case this time around -- but you can only get it if you're a Prime Gaming member. The winter-themed skin will soon be joined by additional freebies, with the next scheduled to arrive in January.

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Walmart+ takes on Prime in a big way by dropping its greatest limitation

Walmart+ takes on Prime in a big way by dropping its greatest limitation

Walmart+, the retailer's subscription service, is about to become a bit more appealing for diehard Prime fans. The company has announced that it will remove its minimum order requirement for shipping, meaning you'll be able to impulsively order whatever little trinket or gadget you may need. Other features, such as grocery deliveries, remain the same.

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Amazon will exclusively stream the 49ers vs Cardinals game in December

Amazon will exclusively stream the 49ers vs Cardinals game in December

If you're planning to watch the Cardinals and 49ers battle it out next month, you'll need to use Twitch or Prime Video -- unless you happen to live in Phoenix or San Francisco, in which case you'll be able to catch it through the local broadcast stations. The deal was announced by the NFL, which notes that it will also make the game available to eligible mobile users.

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Amazon’s Prime Video Channels may soon lose HBO option

Amazon’s Prime Video Channels may soon lose HBO option

Amazon offers its subscribers access to 'Prime Video Channels,' which is a direct way for Amazon users to sign up for certain third-party video streaming services like HBO, Starz, and more. Though Prime Video Channels isn't going anywhere, a new report suggests that WarnerMedia may remove HBO from the roster in order to bolster its competing HBO Max streaming service.

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Why you don’t actually own any Amazon Prime Video content

Why you don’t actually own any Amazon Prime Video content

A legal case filed earlier this year came to a head in October, solidifying Amazon's claims. The case saw Amazon Prime Video user Amanda Caudel sue the streaming content provider for "unfair competition and false advertising" because Prime Video purchase access can be revoked at any time. Amazon argued that their User Agreement makes clear that an Amazon Prime Video purchase isn't the same as ownership.

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Whole Foods’ latest Amazon Prime perk: Free 1-hour grocery pickups

Whole Foods’ latest Amazon Prime perk: Free 1-hour grocery pickups

Whole Foods, the grocery store chain acquired by Amazon, has introduced yet another benefit for Amazon Prime subscribers, one that competes with Walmart and its own grocery pickup offering. As of now, Amazon Prime customers can place their grocery order online as usual, but then pick it up in person from the store in a single hour without any extra charge.

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The Expanse gets an official Season 5 release date and trailer

The Expanse gets an official Season 5 release date and trailer

Hit science fiction show The Expanse will be returning with a new season soon, Amazon has announced. The company saved the show after it was canceled by SyFy, its original network, bringing the series over to the Prime Video platform. We've already seen an Amazon original season from the company, the latest example of which will arrive in a couple of months. Joining the premiere date announcement is an official trailer.

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 dates confirmed – What deals to expect

Amazon Prime Day 2020 dates confirmed – What deals to expect

Last week, we heard that Amazon had finally decided on a new pair of dates for Prime Day 2020. Usually, Prime Day happens in the middle of July, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, Amazon was forced to push back the sale. Now we have official confirmation of when Prime Day 2020 will be going down, and it turns out the rumors from last week were right on the money.

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 may finally have a new date

Amazon Prime Day 2020 may finally have a new date

The COVID-19 pandemic delayed or outright cancelled a lot of events over the summer, with one of the most notable delays being that of Amazon's Prime Day. Prime Day usually happens summer with a lot of fanfare behind it, but this year, Amazon opted to delay the event, noting that it still had plans to host Prime Day at some point later that its typical mid-July timing. As it turns out, Prime Day might be quickly approaching, with Amazon apparently planning to hold it in October.

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Amazon Studios officially nabs Joe Exotic TV show starring Nicolas Cage

Amazon Studios officially nabs Joe Exotic TV show starring Nicolas Cage

Back in May, we heard that a TV show based on Joe Exotic, the subject of popular Netflix documentary Tiger King, was being shopped around with Nicolas Cage attached for the starring role. Fast-forward a few months and it has been confirmed that Amazon Studios has nabbed the series for the company's Prime Video streaming service. As expected, the show will be scripted.

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LG smart TVs are getting an Amazon Music app

LG smart TVs are getting an Amazon Music app

Although its mobile business has definitely seen better days, LG remains one of the big names in the TV and display markets. It is also one of the few in that market that develops and uses its own smart TV platform rather than adopting something like Android TV. While that has the benefit of giving LG more control over the experience, it also means it has less access to some of the apps and services consumers might expect are already there. Case in point, it's only now that Amazon Music is coming to the TV but at least it will be coming even to four-year-old products.

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Walmart+ finally launched with very basic grocery perks

Walmart+ finally launched with very basic grocery perks

The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed some plans and even scrapped others and, for a time, things didn't seem to look good for Walmart's subscription program. Nearly half a year delayed, grocery king has finally taken the veils off Walmart+ and it might not be all that it was rumored and expected to be. With only three exclusive features, many will probably call it dead on arrival but the company seems to believe its "ultimate life hack" has much more to offer.

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