Introducing Amazon Vehicles, a New Online Search Tool for Vehicles, Parts and Accessories

Amazon has introduced Amazon Vehicles, a search tool for vehicles, parts and accessories.

Amazon Announces Launch of Video Subscription Streaming Partners Program

Today, Amazon Video announced the launch of its Streaming Partners Program to Prime customers and video providers.

Check Out Amazon’s Firebundle For Avid Readers

Amazon’s Firebundle For Avid Readers, Reader’s Edition of the Fire HD 8, now available.

Amazon to Quit Selling Apple TV and Chromecast

Amazon to quit selling Apple TV and Chromecast, and to ban third party sellers from doing so.

Amazon Prime Launches in Canada Sans Digital Perks

The world’s largest online retailer has just introduced the Amazon Prime membership program to Canadians. But the $79 membership fee for the year, which offers unlimited free two-day shipping regardless of the cost of goods ordered, leaves many Canadian customers wanting more. US customers subscribing to Prime also receive free Kindle e-book lending and the […]

DHX Media Acquires Cookie Jar Entertainment for $111M

DHX Media is buying Toronto’s Cookie Jar Entertainment for almost $111 million, creating Canada’s largest children’s entertainment company. Cookie Jar is the top supplier of children’s programming to Netflix and has has well-established digital distribution agreements with DISH Network and Amazon.com as well as cable providers Comcast and Videotron. DHX’s current library of children’s programming […]

Google’s Canadian eBookstore arrives with similar pricing to its competitors

Google’s eBookstore launched in Canada Tuesday. The online store, which will compete with the likes of Amazon, Kobo and Apple, is offering thousands of paid titles and nearly 2 million public domain books free of charge.

The eBookstore first opened its virtual doors in December 2010 in the United States.

Amazon Fire tablet estimated to costs about $210 to build

Amazon’s recently announced Fire tablet is expected to cost just under $210 U.S. to manufacture and build according to a preliminary estimate by market research firm ISuppli Corp.

Announced last Wednesday, the Amazon Fire Tablet will sell for $199 and feature a 7-inch touchscreen, 8GB of storage, and dual core processor

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