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TikTok-Style Product Feed Being Tested by Amazon

According to Israeli-based artificial intelligence firm Watchful Technologies, Amazon is testing a new feature in its app that would show users a TikTok-style photo and video feed of products for easy sharing (via The Wall Street Journal). Citing people familiar with the matter, the publication notes that the test is currently visible to a small number...

Amazon Devices July Round-up: Biggest Prime Day, Alexa Live, and More

Alexa is getting smarter and more complex every single day by finding new ways of applying learned  behaviours  to new and different scenarios. Currently built into more than 100,000,000 devices worldwide, Alexa and the Echo suite of devices continue to evolve. Check out the top Amazon devices and Alexa updates you need to know for...

Amazon to Acquire iRobot in $1.7 Billion Deal

Amazon announced on Friday it has entered into a merger agreement to acquire robot vacuum maker, iRobot, in a $1.7 billion all-cash deal. “We know that saving time matters, and chores take precious time that can be better spent doing something that customers love,” said Dave Limp, SVP of Amazon Devices, in a statement. “Over...

Amazon Stock Skyrockets After Reporting Strong Q2 Earnings

Yesterday, Amazon announced better-than-expected second-quarter revenue and gave solid guidance for the current quarter, and today, the company saw its shares soar more than 12% in a single day (via CNBC). The e-commerce giant’s Q3 forecast suggested growth could reaccelerate to between 13% and 17%. Amazon said it projects revenue this quarter of $125 billion to...

What’s New on Amazon Prime Video Canada: August 2022

Amazon has released its list of new titles coming to Prime Video in Canada for August 2022. Check out the full listings below... August 1 Law & Order S6-S16 August 4 All Or Nothing: Arsenal (Amazon Original) August 5 Thirteen Lives (Amazon Original) The Outlaws S2 (Amazon Original) Licorice Pizza August 6 The Hustle August...

Amazon Files Lawsuit Against Facebook Group Admins Over Fake Reviews

According to a report by TechCrunch, Amazon is suing the administrators of over 10,000 Facebook groups involved in posting fake product reviews on the e-commerce platform. Amazon notes that these groups recruited fake reviewers and operated in Amazon’s online storefronts in the U.S., the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, and Italy. One of these groups named...