The days of electronics repair are over! Plus, Microsoft's aggressive Surface ads, the true value of an ebook, and a visit to the land of Chromebooks. With guests Jason Cross and Melissa Riofrio.
How does Amazon figure to stand out in a market where so many mobile payment players are already going head to head? By offering a promotional rate on transactions as it enters the U.S. market.
Microsoft moves its OneDrive cloud storage service to Amazon's Kindle Fire phones and tablets.
The two-day sale makes many excellent games, reference tools, and other paid apps available for free.
Amazon MatchBook, which lets customers who've previously bought the print edition of a book from Amazon score a digital copy on the cheap, is now open for business.
Several other companies have also applied for permission to fly commercial drones
Amazon argues for price elasticity as messy dispute with Hachette drags on.
Amazon's Fire Phone is solid, but it needs a little more time and a lot more apps to be really great.
Amazon is preparing to do battle with Google for smartphone wallet app supremacy.
The line between e-commerce and entertainment is blurring again: Amazon today is launching a system that lets developers sell physical products through third-party Android apps. To put it another way, consumers will be able to buy stuff from Amazon from within an app on their Android phone without taking the trouble to visit Amazon’s storefront.
Amazon's superfans will love it already, but in a few more iterations, it could make Amazon superfans of us all.