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Amazon announced that it is following Netflix into the high-dynamic-range arena, making its original series available in HDR on its Prime Instant Video service later this year.
Starting this Sunday HBO may reshape the way people think of premium TV. It may also spell trouble for traditional pay-TV operators, despite HBO's efforts to the contrary.
For many of us, the free shipping assiated with a year-long Amazon Prime membership was just a cool add-on advantage over Netflix. But it turns out the cart is leading the horse.
Americans are far more interested in Amazon Prime's free two-day shipping benefit than they are in its streaming video offering, a new study by Strategy Analytics says. In fact, once they're done ordering a physical product from the online retail giant, many viewers then hop on over to Netflix to stream content that can also be found on Prime Instant Video.
Collectors can finally re-box their Star Wars DVD collection and enshrine it upon a shelf: The six-movie saga will be available for online download starting Friday, April 10.
As more consumers are viewing online video services like Amazon, Hulu and Netflix on their TV screens, mobile smartphones or tablets, the question becomes: What are users' viewing behaviors?
Amazon plans to launch a new section of its Android-based Appstore that will let users access a range of paid apps and those that have in-app purchases free of charge, according to a TechCrunch report.
Amazon may be putting a new twist on the idea of "freemium" apps, but developers on Twitter sound like they're not so sure about the concept.