Lenovo's latest addition to it Tab lineup, the Tab 4 series, which were announced earlier this year, are now on preorder on Amazon and Newegg, starting at the price of $129.99 USD.
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Walmart is sending the message to its vendors that if they want to do business with the retail giant, they better not use Amazon for any of their cloud infrastructure or risk losing the contract.
The Surface 3 with 2GB RAM, 64GB storage and 4G LTE connectivity is available again in the UK. But despite being over two years old, the device is priced even higher than its original cost of £499.99.
Amazon has announced Prime Wardrobe. Customers will be able to order between three and 15 items of clothings, shoes, or accessories, to try before buying. The service will be free for Prime users.
Amazon released a new gadget that brings the power of an Echo into the palm of your hands. Is it going to be a useful tool and help Amazon's dominance, or will it fall the way of the Fire Phone?
We are only a couple days away from the reveal of the OnePlus 5. While we have seen plenty in the form of official and leaked information, it appears that Amazon India is already airing commercials.
The tech giant is buying the supermarket chain for an all-cash transaction valued at a whopping $42 per share. The massive deal is expected to complete in the second half of 2017.
Amazon does not want you comparison shopping its competition. In a newly revealed patent, the firm has technology that will thwart your attempts to comparison shop online when in its retail stores.
Amazon's Alexa app for iOS has received a new update that bring call and message blocking functionality. Last month, Amazon introduced calling to the Echo but it didn't include a blocking feature.
Amazon Drive introduced unlimited cloud storage for just $59.99 a year in 2015. But from today, the same amount will get you just 1TB of storage, with each additional terabyte priced at $59.99 a year.
Amazon has announced that customers in the US who receive government assistance will be eligible for a generous 45% discount off of Amazon Prime. Over the course of a year, that's a saving of $60.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced at the ongoing Worldwide Developer Conference 2017 in San Jose that the popular video streaming app Amazon Prime Video is headed to the tvOS platform.
Amazon's Fire Phone, which it released in 2014, was a sales disaster - but it seems it's not ready to give up on the smartphone market. The company is said to be working on multiple new 'Ice' phones.
From Skype's Snappy refresh and Xbox gaming galore, to PS3 production, Prime parachutes, hacking pacemakers, and the death of the Northstar, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Amazon is now letting customers refund in-app purchases if the purchase was unauthorised. Refunds will be offered to users until May 28, 2018. The refund process can be done entirely online.
The latest potential plan for Amazon's Prime Air drone delivery systems is the idea of packages being parachuted to a customer's house, after being released from one of its drones.
Amazon's shares have hit a $1,000 value, making its market cap double of Walmart. Jeff Bezos told investors last week that the company doesn't plan to split shares and bring the share value down.
Amazon recently added options to live stream TV channels in the UK. Following this, the TV Licensing agency has reminded users that a license is needed to stream TV as it is being broadcasted.
A year and a half after launching its digital download store, the BBC is preparing to shut it down, offering cash refunds for all purchases, or an Amazon Video voucher for a higher amount.
Amazon just registered some slogans in the UK that are associated with its flagship futuristic grocery stores in Seattle. This could mean the entrance of a no waiting shopping experience in the UK.
Amazon today announced a slightly updated Fire 7 tablet, and a $10 cheaper Fire HD 8. The Fire HD 8 now also comes with a Kids Edition, offering a two-year "worry less" guarantee.
From the Build conference, to hackers with confidence, to games, Microsoft Fluent Design, and the return of OneDrive placeholders, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Goldman Sachs and Conde Nast have issued the results from a recent survey they undertook amongst millennials and Gen Z'ers. The results show Snapchat and Instagram to be the most popular apps.
Amazon today unveiled the Echo Show - an Echo device with a touchscreen and Dolby-powered speakers, capable of making video calls and displaying live camera feeds from Ring and Arlo cameras.
The latest data from industry watcher IDC suggests worldwide tablet shipments are continuing with their decline year-over-year for Q1 2017, due to increasing pressure from 2-in-1s and detachables.
From Siri's speaker and Alexa's touch, to Android flagships, Teams work, big phish, Edge's edge in business, and an adventure in time and space, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
We've known since November that Amazon is working on a new Echo device, powered by its Alexa digital assistant, featuring a touchscreen and improved speakers - and now, there's an image of the device.
The Trump administration is seeking to modernise the government by creating the American Technology Council, where the President will get advice from tech executives from Silicon Valley companies.
From mixed reality and net neutrality, to speech synthesis, ID@Xbox, CoD WWII, Forza's Hot Wheels, Surface sales, and Amazon à la mode, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Amazon's very own Alexa can now pause between long sentences, and add a little bit of emotion in her responses. She can also whisper, put emphasis on certain words, or perhaps even censor a few.
Amazon today announced the Echo Look, a virtual "style assistant", which is similar to an Echo except for the fact that it has a camera on it. It's available to purchase with an invitation.
Two months after its announcement at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, the LG G6 has been launched in India and will be sold through Amazon in the country for a price of Rs. 51,990.
Amazon has announced that it intends to open three new fulfillment centers in New Jersey. Specifically, the three facilities will be constructed in Edison, Cranbury Township, and Logan Township.
Amazon has opened up an on-demand service for developers, called Lex. Devs can implement the feature in their apps to take advantage of some of the same tech that powers the popular Alexa assistant.
Twitch viewers may soon be able to support their favorite channels through higher subscription tiers. A leaked email suggests the arrival of two new subscription tiers among other features.
Microsoft and Tencent both invested in Flipkart's latest funding round, as did eBay, which is acquiring an equity stake in Flipkart, and is selling its eBay India operations to its former rival.
You can never underestimate the power of the internet. A teenager in his quest for 18 million retweets for a year's worth of free Wendy's nuggets has garnered support from Microsoft and Amazon.
The withdrawal of an appeal made by Amazon with the US Federal Trade Commission potentially opens the door for parents to claim back money that their children have spent while playing games.
Amazon-owned streaming platform Twitch has announced that thanks to its new transcode stack, it now supports full 1080p 60fps streaming. The feature will roll out to all channels in the coming weeks.
Amazon has launched two grocery drive-up stores in Seattle, enabling customers to place a grocery order and collect as soon as 15 minutes after purchase. The service is in beta testing with employees.
Huawei announced today that it's releasing an update for its Mate 9 handset, which will enable Amazon's digital voice assistant, Alexa, allowing users to control smart home devices and more.
Amazon has updated its Alexa artificial intelligence to allow customers to buy goods from its own Prime Now store. Customers will have to have a default payment and default shipping address.
From exploding headphones and expansive TVs, to Qualcomm branding quirks, Apple's Russian fix, Microsoft's Teams work, and a "two-OS world", it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Amazon announced today that it is bringing Alexa functionality to the iPhone via the Amazon app. Oddly enough, the feature isn't actually available where you'd think it would be, the Alexa app.
Amazon has announced that developers who build Alexa Skills can now host them on AWS essentially for free. Those who qualify receive $100 credit up front, and possible subsequent payments as well.
Twitch has pegged March 16 as the date when its Desktop App will be available in beta form. Based on the Curse client, this new one brings support for a myriad of community-friendly features.
Amazon's Kindle Unlimited offers access to over a million titles in its book library and also thousands of audio titles from Audible. The service is now making its debut in Australia.
Amazon's Alexa may include voice calling functionality that works between its future devices. The system could function as an intercom service, enabling people to communicate over a VoIP connection.
Amazon has announced its intention to install solar panels on the roofs of 15 of its Fulfillment Centers in the US by the end of 2017. This network will be extended to 50 centers worldwide by 2020.
Amazon's Alexa Fund Fellowship lets universities and their students collaborate with Amazon on audio processing methods, like text-to-speech, conversational AIs, and speech recognition.