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After pulling its app from the Windows Store earlier this month, Amazon will be killing off its Windows Phone app. Those using the Windows 8.1 version of the app can still download and use it.
Amazon today announced a new feature for its Kindle apps called Page Flip. The feature is meant to simulate flipping through a paper book. It's available for Fire OS, Kindles, Android, and iOS.
Amazon has delivered a long-awaited feature to its Alexa voice assistant today. Users will now be able to activate any of Alexa's Skills by simply asking for it. Formerly, they had to use the app.
Amazon today announced a new Kindle, bumping up the specs of the base model device. The new model will come with double the RAM, and it will come in two colors: black and white.
While most retailers have been selling the Lumia 640 for around £110-£130 SIM-free over the last twelve months, its price is now falling, following the introduction of the newer Lumia 650 this year.
Microsoft slashed £70 off the Lumia 950 XL last week, and it's now available on its Store for £399.99 - but it's on sale elsewhere for just £368 with a free Office 365 subscription and Display Dock.
Another week has passed, and as usual, we round up the most important news bits from the world of Windows apps, from the most significant updates and new arrivals, to exciting new things to come.
According to a new report, Amazon is to launch a standalone streaming music service for $9.99. It's not immediately clear what this means for Amazon's existing Prime Music service.
Amazon has officially pulled the plug on its Windows Phone app. Those who already have the app can still use it, and the Windows 8 app is still available for download for everyone.
Amazon has unveiled some new models for its Fire HD 10 tablet today, adding an all-new silver aluminum casing. The firm also added an option for a 64GB model, currently only available in aluminum.
Amazon has sued three sellers which artificially boosted their products by posting reviews from fake accounts. The firm is seeking compensation from the sellers including damages of over $25,000.
OnePlus has announced that it will be selling smartphones through Amazon in the UK, starting with the OnePlus 2, which can be delivered in under an hour with Amazon Prime.
Microsoft's hardware partners are continuing to reduce the price of the Lumia 650 in the UK. Just over three months after it launched there, it's now available for 25% less than its full retail price.
Three months after the Lumia 650 went on sale in the UK, its price has now fallen by 19%. The metal-framed Windows 10 Mobile handset is now available to buy there for £129.99, SIM-free and unlocked.
PayPal has issued a statement that all users must be using version 6.0 of the firm's app by June 30. Any older version will no longer work, which includes Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Fire OS.
Amazon Prime, usually an annual subscription, has appeared as a monthly option in the UK, a month after the same option appeared in the US, allowing customers more flexibility in using Prime.
According to a new report, Apple is working on a Siri-powered competitor to Amazon's Echo and Google's Home. The firm is also planning to open up its voice assistant to third party applications.
Amazon's new e-reader isn't cheap at between $290 and $380, but is the Kindle Oasis worth the money? We will go into that and more in our review of the 3G model with Special Offers.
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Amazon's Fire Phone was a sales disaster, costing the company hundreds of millions of dollars - but its CEO Jeff Bezos is unfazed, and says Amazon is "working on much bigger failures right now".
Amazon will begin selling a wider range of private-label goods including foods, household products and baby nappies. Popular products may be moved to the Amazon Prime-only Elements line.
Google's new device is expected to look like its OnHub wireless routers, and will reportedly offer similar voice interaction, search and smart home management capabilities to Amazon's Echo.
Amazon has launched its own video service, Amazon Video Direct, as a rival to YouTube. The service allows content creators to earn royalties from their work. $1 million in bonuses is up for grabs.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to own a $360 Kindle? Of course you have. Here's our unboxing of Amazon's latest and greatest e-reader, the 3G model of the Kindle Oasis.
If you missed your chance to purchase the Nextbit Robin on Kickstarter, the handset is now being offered at a special promotional price on Amazon. The promo will run from May 4th to the 10th.
Three UK and Amazon have both said that pre-orders for the HTC 10 will begin shipping this Friday, May 6 - but Carphone Warehouse says its deliveries won't begin for another '10-13 days'.
IDC has released its latest quarterly market share report for tablets, which has revealed a huge fall in shipments mainly due to lack of interest among consumers for these portable devices.
Amazon launched its latest Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD support in the UK last year for £79.99 - but you can now get the entertainment box there with 19% off its regular price, bringing it down to £64.99.
Amazon has expanded its line of 7" Fire tablets so that they are now available in four colors, also offering a 16 GB storage tier. The Fire Kids tablet is also available in an additional color.
Amazon is currently offering its Echo and Tap with 15% off their regular prices. Both devices support the Alexa digital assistant, offering a wide range of voice commands and interactions.
A new competitor has entered the ring in subscription-based streaming services, with Amazon Prime Video being made available via a monthly plan. New movies and TV, like Transparent, are now available.
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Amazon has unveiled the eighth generation Kindle that CEO Jeff Bezos promised last week. The device will start at $289.99 and cost $379.99 for the highest end model and includes a battery cover.
The next generation of Amazon's popular series of e-readers is about to be upon us, something that was teased by CEO Jeff Bezos last week. Here's what the firm has in store for the Kindle Oasis.
With the rousing success of Amazon Echo (commonly named Alexa), the company has come back with a new but similar product. Named Dot, it claims to be just like Echo, only smaller, so we'll test it out.
Amazon is currently offering a 128GB SanDisk Ultra Class 10 microSDXC card for just £25.99 in the UK, down from its full list price of £59.99 - but the offer won't be available for very long.
Microsoft's second-gen health and fitness-focused wearable device is usually priced at $249.99 in the United States, but it's now available with $75 off, bringing its price down to $174.99.
The Lumia 950 has reached its lowest price so far in the UK - at £344, it's now available for 31% below its original list price, and 24% less than the price at which it launched just four months ago.
Amazon will be launching an "all-new, top of the line Kindle" next week, promising a new generation of the popular e-reader. This will be the eighth generation of Amazon's line of Kindle devices.
Reuters is reporting that Microsoft and Amazon are vying for HERE's cloud business and continued access to map data, with the retail giant considering an equity stake in the former Nokia unit.
Amazon has published detailed instructions on Github about how to make a Raspberry Pi-based DIY version of the Echo device - a product which uses Amazon's Alexa Voice Service.
Reading your favourite books on-the-go may get a little less easy as some versions of the e-reader Amazon Kindle must be updated by today in order to stay online. Read on to find out how to update.
Microsoft continued to sell the BLU Win JR LTE as upgradable to Windows 10 even after confirming that it wouldn't be able to - but while Microsoft later deleted that reference, BLU hasn't yet done so.
The Lumia 640 has been available at numerous UK retailers for around £120 SIM-free for a while, but you can now buy it for just £99.99 - and it's eligible for upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile too.
Apple has reportedly ditched Amazon's Web Services and is now in the process of migrating a big part of the iCloud infrastructure onto Google's Cloud Platform. Apple is also a Microsoft Azure client.
It might sound a little outlandish at first, but Amazon is testing out a new payment authorization process that would enable you to pay for products purchased on the web by taking a selfie.
Amazon's Alexa voice assistant continues to add new features frequently. As of today, users of Amazon's Alexa devices can discuss their Capital One finances with Alexa, including paying their bill.
Microsoft launched the Lumia 650 in the UK last month for £159.99. Three weeks later, the country's top device retailer has cut its price by £10, and similar reductions are available elsewhere too.
LG's new modular flagship, the G5, is now available to pre-order from Amazon.co.uk in Rose Gold and Titan Grey. Priced at £529, the range-topping Android 6.0 handset is due to be released on April 8.