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Amazon is growing to be the most powerful force in retail, and it showed that strength in 2018. But it also showed a different side.
The Amazon Fire TV Cube is one of Amazon's most powerful devices: it works as both a streaming stick and an Alexa device.
Amazon is having a technical meltdown that’s left Alexa and its AWS cloud service reeling on its biggest shopping day of the year
Amazon's website has been up and down since the start of Prime Day in the United States at 3 p.m. ET, and now the issues are starting to affect Alexa as well.
You could get a budget or mid-range phone, or the high-end and beautiful Essential Phone for $250.
These noise-cancelling headphones from Bose, Sennheiser, and Sony are up to $100 off for Amazon Prime Day
Sennheiser, Sony, and Bose headphones will all get big price cuts for Amazon Prime Day — and they all have active noise cancellation.
This nifty little gaming laptop is perfect if you want to get into PC games, and you can get it for $100 off for Amazon Prime Day
It's great for playing games at full-HD 1080p resolution.
On this Prime Day, you can get the "Harry Potter" 8-film collection on Blu-ray for $28.99 and on DVD for $22.99 on Amazon. The site also offers a "Game of Thrones" Seasons 1-7 collection for $74.99.
These $400 headphones are the first to get noise cancelling with an app update after they were first released — and they’re $300 for Amazo...
If you're looking for headphones on Amazon Prime Day, the Nuraphones by Nura should be at the top of your list.
Some of the most-popular, affordable headphones in the audiophile world are going on sale for Amazon Prime Day: The Audio-Technica ATH-M30x, ATH-M40x, and ATH-M50x are going on sale for a limited time.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the richest man in recent history with a net worth of $150 billion, beating Bill Gates’ record
Jeff Bezos is worth $150 million, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. After adjusting for inflation, that's more than Bill Gates was worth at the height of the dot-com boom in 1999.