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  • Amazon's hot tablets face stiff competition

    Amazon's Fire tablets keep getting better and cheaper. At the low end is the new Fire HD 6 tablet, which the company is selling for $99, or $114 for a version that doesn't display ads on its lock screen. With a 6-inch diagonal screen, quad-core...
  • Google's diva of digital trend-spotting goes live on-air

    "Hi," Roya Soleimani chirps merrily into the telephone. "It's Google calling." It's also 8:30 on a recent Friday morning, which for Google's grande dame of trend-spotting means it's showtime. Over the next two hours, the bubbly communication manager...
  • Google targets Amazon with new delivery service

    Google targets Amazon with new delivery service
    Google wants a piece of Amazon’s retail delivery business. On Tuesday, Google began offering consumers a subscription costing $95 a year, or $10 a month, to receive free same-day deliveries from a wide range of shops -- similar to the $99 Amazon...
  • SoftBank to Acquire Online-Video Startup DramaFever

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Japan's SoftBank Group said it will acquire DramaFever, an Internet video-on-demand player that specializes in international TV shows and movies. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 2009, New York-based DramaFever...
  • Amazon to open two pop-up shops in California for the holidays

    Amazon will open two pop-up shopping kiosks in California for the holidays. A spokesperson confirms that the stores will be in San Francisco and the state capital, Sacramento. The San Francisco kiosk will be in a mall in the center of the city at the...
  • Irish tax changes may cost U.S. groups billions

    Irish tax changes may cost U.S. groups billions
    LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland's plan to close a "Double Irish" tax loophole could cost U.S. companies including Apple and Google billions of dollars, although a new break and pressure to tackle tax avoidance elsewhere means they are unlikely to decamp....
  • Free coupon for two paperbacks from Amazon for $15

    Free coupon for two paperbacks from Amazon for $15
    Get a free coupon for two paperback books for $15 from Amazon.com. The voucher from Amazon Local is good for two select paperbacks books shipped from the online retailer after redeeming the offer from the daily-deal site. After you order the free deal,...
  • Columbus Day deals: Free iPhone 6s, free movies and $1 off popcorn

    Columbus Day deals: Free iPhone 6s, free movies and $1 off popcorn
    It's time for another fabulous freebie free-for-all for Columbus Day sales. My roundup of deals include a free iPhone 6 from Walmart with a trade-in offer, free appetizer or dessert from T.G.I. Fridays, a free movie ticket to see Brad Pitt's "Fury," and...
  • Self-publishing never easier but money, glory scarce

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - For any author frustrated by rejections from publishing houses or wanting to cut out the middle man, there has never been an easier or cheaper time to self-publish. A host of free self-publishing platforms offered by Amazon, Apple...
  • Ex-Googler leads Softbank invasion of Hollywood

    (Reuters) - Softbank Corp's investment in a Hollywood movie studio represents the coming out party for two new players in the U.S. entertainment industry -- the Japanese telecommunications company and Nikesh Arora, the former Google Inc executive...
  • Box Office Mojo returns after Friday disappearance

    Box-office trackers can stop panicking. The website Box Office Mojo, a go-to resource for data on movies and money, is back online after mysteriously disappearing on Friday. Box-office data fiends who tried to use Boxofficemojo.com on Friday were...