Amazon announced that it will start collecting sales tax from all states that have one starting on April 1st, even if the company doesn’t have a physical presence there.
Own a Kindle? Make sure to update to the latest software version before March 22nd, as Amazon will block devices running older software versions from accessing any online features after that date.
Audible has long offered just about everyone a one-month free trial, but Amazon Prime members new to the service can now get a 3-month free trial, which includes three free audiobooks. Check out the details within.
If you’re looking to pick up an Xbox One, now might be the time. In addition to the free games that already come with the various console bundles, you can pick up an additional free game this week with the purchase of an Xbox One.
The Star Wars saga is set to make its long awaited digital debut this Friday, but with the films available on a number of platforms, where should Star Wars fans make their purchase? We take a look at the pros, cons, and alternatives for getting your digital Star Wars fix.
The new “unlimited” Amazon Cloud Drive sounds like a great deal in the world of online storage options, offering users virtually unlimited storage capacity for just $60 per year. But is it truly a replacement for competing services like Dropbox and OneDrive? It all depends on how you plan to use it, but for most users, Amazon’s latest service may sound too good to be true.
Users of the popular Amazon Rewards Card from Chase were disappointed this week to find that the card was not supported by Apple Pay, with rumors swirling that Amazon had explicitly opted out of Apple’s new service. But Amazon has quickly responded to customer outrage, promising to support Apple Pay soon.
Amazon on Thursday expanded its Prime membership offering with the launch of Prime Music, a Spotify-like on-demand music service with a catalog of more than 1 million songs. The company also launched new mobile apps to let customers access this new expanded music library from anywhere.
The Internet was in an uproar last week over the news that a company called Mediabridge has threatened to sue a customer who left a negative review of one of the company’s products. But the truth is far more complicated, and reveals poor choices and overreactions all around.
A customer who purchased a wireless router from a company called Mediabridge is allegedly facing legal threats after posting a negative review of the product on Amazon. Mediabridge has yet to respond publicly, but the damage to the company’s reputation may already be done, with thousands of angry consumers posting scathing comments on the company’s Amazon product pages and elsewhere.