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Amazon UK hit by software bug, third-party items sold for $0.01

Amazon promises sellers won't be affected or penalized by flaw

A brief error on Amazon.co.uk, the British version of the online mega-store, led to thousands of third-party sales erroneously priced at $0.01. A glitch by Amazon Marketplace's Repricer Express led to the pricing errors, between 7PM and 8PM GMT on December 12. Compounding the problem, Amazon seller's...


Amazon's main Android app stricken from Google Play over app sales

App replaced by 'Amazon Shopping' app with no links to app store

As a result of a revised developer's agreement, Google has made the original Amazon Android app undiscoverable in Google Play. Amazon has replaced the removed app with a new "Amazon Shopping" app, which notably removes access to the retailer's app store through a Google Play-sanctioned app, leaving users...


Amazon Instant Video starts streaming TV shows, movies in 4K

Ultra HD streams of Amazon originals, Sony Pictures movies offered to Prime subscribers

Amazon has started to make some of its Prime Instant Video content available to view in 4K, later than originally thought and months after major competitor Netflix started offering its Ultra HD streams. The change will allow Prime subscribers to stream a selection of movies and TV shows, including some...


Amazon adds more UK collection points, offers installation in US

Amazon delivery pick-up locations in the United Kingdom exceeds 16,000

Amazon has made two announcements relating to services provided to its customers, on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. In the United Kingdom, the retailer is increasing the number of delivery pick-up locations in time for the holidays, while customers buying certain products in the United States will...


Amazon reportedly preparing to launch hotel booking service

Report claims Amazon in talks with hotels to offer online bookings from early 2015

Amazon is said to be close to expanding its retail ambitions, into the travel market. A report claims the online retailer is preparing to open a travel department, and has apparently been working with independent hotels and resorts close to major cities in order to launch the service in the near future,...


Amazon ships preorders of Fire TV Stick, out of stock until January

Fire TV Stick described as most successful Amazon device launch ever

The Fire TV Stick, Amazon's second media streamer after the Fire TV, has started shipping. Pre-orders of the competitor to the Google Chromecast are the first to go, dispatched on a first-come, first-served basis, though new customers will have a considerable wait for their order, as new stock will not...


Amazon and Hachette battle ends amicably with e-book sales deal

Hachette allowed to set e-book pricing for all its titles on Amazon storefront

The long-running and rancorous dispute between publisher Hachette and Amazon seems to be over. Both companies have announced that a deal has been struck, with Hachette being able to set prices on the e-books that it sells. Other specific terms of the deal have not yet been made public, and will not likely...


Amazon job listings suggest future testing of drone deliveries in UK

UK aviation jobs with Amazon accompanied by voice recognition roles

Amazon's attempts to create a drone delivery service may involve some testing in the United Kingdom. Job postings for Evi Technologies, an Amazon-owned company, show the retail giant is looking for a flight operations engineer, a site leader, a project manager, a software developer, and an office manager,...


Unofficial Amazon Instant Video Chromecast app pulled after 36 hours

Primecast app allowed Chromecast streaming of Amazon Instant Video

An Android app which allowed users to watch Amazon Instant Video content on the Google Chromecast has been removed from sale just 36 hours after launch. The Primecast app, an unofficial app sold for $2.99 via Google Play, was pulled after the app's ability to stream video was blocked, effectively making...


Amazon brings same-day delivery service to Canada, explores taxi use

Toronto, Vancouver-based Amazon customers can pay for same-day deliveries

Amazon is making some changes to its same-day delivery service, including covering two new cities in Canada. The rapid delivery option introduction in Toronto and Vancouver arrives at the same time as a report is published, claiming the retailer is testing the use of taxis for deliveries in some of the...


Amazon Prime next-day shipping service usable with other online stores

British fashion retailer provides free shipping for Amazon Prime subscribers

Amazon has extended the usefulness of its Prime shipping subscription, by enabling free shipping with another retailer. An agreement between Amazon and British fashion retailer AllSaints will allow Prime subscribers to buy from AllSaints.com with free next-day delivery of orders, in what could be the...


Amazon executive blames bad pricing for lacking Fire Phone sales

Amazon smartphone sales improved after severe price cut

Amazon made a mistake with the launch of the Fire Phone, an executive has admitted. Pricing of the device is claimed to be a major factor in its relative failure to gain traction in the smartphone market, one which led to the retailer's Chief Technical Officer Tom Szkutak to note as part of the retailer's...


Amazon unveils Fire TV Stick as second media streamer

Amazon competes against Chromecast with own HDMI dongle

Amazon has added a second option for customers wanting to acquire its Fire TV media streamer, one which seemingly takes inspiration from the Roku Streaming Stick and the Google Chromecast. The Fire TV Stick plugs into the HDMI socket of a television, and aims to provide the same streaming experience...


Amazon posts massive quarterly loss, misses Wall Street predictions

Wall Street expecting Amazon to rein in ambitions, turn a profit

Amazon.com today announced financial results for its third quarter that ended on September 30. Net sales increased 20 percent to $20.58 billion in the third quarter, compared with $17.09 billion in the third quarter of 2013. Despite the increase, Amazon's net loss was $437 million in the third quarter,...


Amazon ships Fire TV in United Kingdom, Germany due on October 25

Amazon Fire TV includes broadcaster on-demand services alongside Amazon Instant Video

Amazon has started to sell its Fire TV media streamer in the United Kingdom, marking the set-top box's first foray in Europe and outside the United States. Following a pre-order period which started in early September, Amazon is selling the Fire TV for £79 ($126) including tax, and is also shipping...


WSJ: Amazon considers working with UltraViolet digital movie locker

Three studios allegedly in discussions with Amazon over joining UltraViolet

UltraViolet, the online digital locker which provides downloadable copies of movies sold on DVD and Blu-ray, may get some extra support in the future. The Wall Street Journal claims the existing roster of companies offering UltraViolet services could soon be joined by Amazon, as it attempts to fight...


Amazon reportedly experimenting with Manhattan retail store

New York Amazon store claimed to act as mini warehouse for same-day deliveries

Amazon may be preparing to open its first physical retail store, reports claim, with an experimental store set to be unveiled in New York City. The online retailer is allegedly looking to open its first brick-and-mortar location on 34th Street in Manhattan, with the space expected to be turned into an...


Amazon also facing tax showdown with European Union regulatory agency

European Commission investigation Amazon Luxembourg operations

Similar to various tech corporations' arrangement in Ireland, Amazon has a special -- and legal -- tax arrangement with Luxembourg. Amazon's tax rate in the country, like Apple's, is now under fire by the European Commission for corporate tax avoidance. The European Commission is claiming that despite...


Amazon teams up with Twitter to add wish list items with hashtag

Social media, commerce combination adds to previous Amazon cart initiative

Amazon and Twitter teamed up again for another commerce experience within the micro blogging platform. Similar to the previous initiative that the two companies launched earlier this year, users can reply to a tweet with a certain hashtag to add an item to their Amazon wish list. The only catch is that...


Piper home automation now available in US through Amazon

Android, iOS security product featured on Amazon Home Automation

Home technology company Icontrol today announced that the Piper all-in-one home security, video monitoring and automation device is now available on Amazon's new Home Automation store. The CTIA award-winning Piper suite allows users to monitor and interact with home automation through the Internet, without...


Amazon adds Instant Video streaming to Android store app

Prime Instant Video requires separate app installation from Amazon appstore

Amazon has finally started to allow Android users to stream content from Amazon Instant Video. An update to the main Amazon app gives the option to view shows on the service, with the app also including the ability to browse the Amazon Appstore, though subscribers are made to complete a number of tasks...


Amazon expands Fire Phone into Europe, cuts price in United States

UK, Germany first European countries to receive Amazon smartphone

Amazon has lowered the cost of the Fire Phone in the United States, down to 99 cents on a two-year contract. At the same time, the retailer revealed it is bringing the Fire Phone to Europe, with the United Kingdom and Germany set to be the first markets on the continent to receive the device at the end...


Amazon battling on multiple fronts, Japanese publishers now protesting

Japanese publishers calling Amazon to task for abusing market position

In addition to its fight with publisher Hachette and UK booksellers, Amazon is also battling a series of Japanese publishers. In the process of launching a new ranking system in the country, Amazon Japan is alienating publishers, giving higher rankings to sellers that pay a larger percentage of income...


Samsung reveals Amazon Instant Video 4K streams start this October

Samsung Ultra HD televisions among first to receive 4K Amazon content

Amazon Instant Video will soon start to stream TV shows and films in 4K-resolution, with Samsung Ultra HD televisions set to be among the first to receive the content. The electronics giant revealed that the retailer will start streaming the high-resolution video to customers with 4K-compatible televisions...


Report estimates Amazon has sold fewer than 35,000 Fire Phones

First Amazon smartphone sales speculated as underwhelming

Amazon may not have made as much of an impact with its first smartphone than initially thought, according to a report. Using data from Chitika's advertising network and ComScore figures, it is suggested that the online retailer may have sold fewer than 35,000 units of the Fire Phone, an underwhelming...


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