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  • Swagbucks can make online video habits pay

    Swagbucks can make online video habits pay
    Aprille Magille spends about eight hours a day watching videos on the Internet. But the 56-year-old retiree isn't bored or in need of a hobby. She's actually earning rewards for every video she watches that she has used to buy a Kindle, a tablet, pots...
  • Amazon Prime raises price by $20

    Amazon Prime raises price by $20
    Amazon will raise the price of its Amazon Prime service by $20, the online retail giant announced earlier this week. Current members will pay the $99 fee when their accounts come up for renewal. CNET reports that shoppers whose Prime accounts are due...
  • Amazon Set-Top to Include Netflix, Hulu Plus -- and Optional Game Controller

    Amazon.com is gearing up to debut an Internet-streaming device, which will include access to Netflix and Hulu Plus and act as a videogame console with an optional game controller accessory, according to multiple reports. Obviously, the box -- which...
  • Amazon announces April 2 event: Video-streaming device coming?

    Amazon.com has sent out invitations to members of the media for an April 2 event at which the company is expected to unveil a video-streaming device. The online retailer is scheduled to hold the event in New York at 8 a.m. PDT, according to a screenshot...
  • Amazon Is Plotting Free TV and Music-Video Streaming Service. But Stocked with What?

    Amazon.com is reportedly cooking up a new free, ad-supported video service -- with TV shows and music videos -- to complement its subscription VOD offering. But it isn't clear what content might be available through it, which would be the major factor...
  • Amazon Nabs '24' Exclusive Streaming Rights, Including '24: Live Another Day'

    It's official: Amazon.com's Prime Instant Video is now the exclusive streaming service for all eight seasons of Fox's "24" and will also be the only SVOD service to offer event series "24: Live Another Day" later this year. Announcement comes after...
  • Amazon Unveils Fire TV, Video-Streaming and Gaming Set-Top for TVs

    Amazon.com launched an Internet video-streaming and gaming device - the $99 Fire TV - as the e-retailing giant looks to grab a spot in the living room to promote its own content services and get an edge on rivals including Apple and Netflix. As expected,...
  • Amazon's Fire TV Box: No-Brainer Strategy, But Will It Light Up Retailer's Revenue?

    Amazon poured millions of dollars into creating the Fire TV device -- but it's not clear when, or even if, the company will see a return on that investment. Amazon undoubtedly will sell a healthy number of the boxes, much as it has successfully pushed...
  • Amazon Aiming to Fire on All Video Cylinders, But It's Playing Catch-Up

    Amazon laid the final cornerstone in its blueprint to dominate home entertainment this week with the debut of Fire TV: a small, $99 box the e-commerce titan promises is the easiest way to bring Internet video, games and other digital media to HDTVs. The...
  • HBO sells reruns of hit shows to Amazon's Prime Instant Video

    HBO sells reruns of hit shows to Amazon's Prime Instant Video
    HBO has cut a deal to sell reruns of many of its hit shows to Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Instant Video platform. Among the programs  that will be made available on Amazon's Prime Instant Video streaming service are "The Sopranos," "Six Feet Under," "The...
  • Amazon may offer Kindle checkout system this summer

    Amazon.com is reportedly planning to offer small and mid-size retail businesses a checkout system that would use the company's Kindle tablets to process payments, a report Wednesday said. The Seattle online retailer could have the checkout system...