Good deals are easy to come by, but finding great deals is a different story. Until July 12, Amazon is giving each day a theme and a set of screaming deals to match. That said, here are our favorite deals leading up to Amazon Prime Day.
Hooray, it's Amazon's Prime Day! Again! More deals than ever before are promised from the online retailer, and the world can't wait. Except behind all this, Prime Day has a more insidious purpose, and people are in danger of forgetting it.
Amazon is reportedly moving away from having list prices shown next to its discounted prices and, instead, is just showing one price. Amazon did not comment on the matter, though odds are it wants to avoid lawsuits.
Amazon's Kindle is an exceptional ebook reader, with one notable drawback -- it doesn't support EPUB, one of the most popular ebook formats. If you have some EPUB books you would love to read, here's how to get them working on a Kindle.
We may be getting a bit ahead of ourselves when it comes to announcing these Prime Day prices as the lowest of the low. If you're really looking to save some money, you probably want to hold out for Black Friday.
Instead of only playing music from Amazon Prime Music, unless specified otherwise, Amazon's Echo now allows users to set the device's default music player to either Spotify or Pandora. The new feature rolled out this week.
On July 12, 2016, Amazon will launch its second annual Prime Day, offering Amazon Prime users deals on hundreds of items. But don't waste your time sifting through the bad deals; we'll be highlighting the best of them for you.
If you download Boingo's app via Amazon Underground, you'll get a six-month subscription to Boingo's Wi-Fi hot spots around the country. That means no more paying fees after only using a half hour of free internet access.