Microsoft cut the Lumia 950 XL's price to £399.99 in June, but its price continues to fall elsewhere in the UK. After reducing it to £359.99 last month, Amazon has now cut its price by a further 5.5%.
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Earlier today, Amazon launched a new Windows 10 app. While it was thought at the time that the app was PC-only, it has now appeared on Windows 10 Mobile, with a PC description.
Amazon's new Windows 10 app has arrived - but it's nothing more than the retailer's website in app form. It offers no platform-specific features such as Live Tile support or Cortana integration.
Bitpay has updated its Copay wallet allowing users to easily buy Amazon.com gift cards with bitcoins. The move comes just months after bitpay introduced a Visa card making bitcoin spending easy.
While the Microsoft Store is selling the Band 2 at its full price of $249.99, you can get it elsewhere for a lot less. The health- and fitness-focused device is now available for as little as $140.
According to a new report, Amazon is working on a new app for Windows 10 PCs. The news comes on the day that the company ends support for its Windows Phone app, which was rumored to be replaced.
After Microsoft signalled its plans to cease Surface 3 production by the end of the year, retailers are clearing their stocks of the device. You can now get a 4G LTE model in the UK for under £400.
With new Nexus handsets expected to be announced in the next few weeks, big discounts are popping up on the current models. The Nexus 6P is available with up to 27% off from two major US retailers.
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As a part of its expanding logistics operations, Amazon has shown off the first of its fleet of cargo planes carrying the 'Prime Air' branding, potentially giving FedEx and UPS cause for concern.
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority has deemed that Amazon is misleading its customers with the way it displays delivery charges and a "Eligible for free delivery in the UK" offer.
According to the latest figures released by IDC, tablet shipments continue to decline worldwide with only 38.7 million units sold in Q2 2016, a marked 12.3% year over year decrease.
Microsoft is selling its Band 2 at its full price of $249.99. Why is that news? Because the company has sold it with 30% off that price, in near-endless 'special offers', for 107 of the last 135 days.
While Microsoft continues to sell the Lumia 950 XL for £399.99 SIM-free, it's now available elsewhere for £359.99. Microsoft launched the device in the UK at the end of last year for £529.99.
After the Microsoft Store permanently cut the price of the Lumia 650 by 25% to £119.99 earlier this month, its price continues to fall at other UK retailers - it's now available for just over £105.
There's been much conjecture around Amazon's decision to pull its app from Windows phones, leading many to think it was abandoning Microsoft's mobile devices. As it turns out, they're just rebuilding.
In what appears to be a final email to customers, Amazon has informed Windows phone users that it'll be retiring its app on August 15 - a bit later than the previously reported date of July 25.
Last week, Amazon offered the Band 2 exclusively to those with a Prime subscription for $144.99. Now, Microsoft's wearable device is available at that price for all buyers - but only in one size.
Microsoft has announced that Amazon Assistant is now available for its Edge browser on the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview builds, and it appears to be based on the retailer's Chrome extension.
Today is Amazon's Prime Day, where Prime members can save big on deals in almost all categories, Included in today's deal you can save hundreds off a 4K UltraHD LED HDTV.
While Microsoft has extended its 30% discount on the Band 2 for a further three weeks, reducing it to $174.99, Amazon Prime members can exclusively get the device for $30 less - but only in one size.
The international rollout of BBC iPlayer Radio app has begun. Users in the Rep. of Ireland will be the first to get the app but more countries will receive it soon. The app launched in 2012 in the UK.
A Dutch robotics team impressed Amazon recently, when it won the company's "picking challenge". The Dutch robot arm might eventually replace human workers and stack shelves by itself.
In its latest promotion, Amazon is offering two Android handsets at major discounts to Prime members. Advertisements and "special offers" will display on the devices' screens when they are locked.
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.
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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.
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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'.