Amazon MP3 comes to iOS as a Web-app, neatly avoiding Apple’s App Store commission

Amazon has launched its MP3 music store on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. But don't bother searching for it. To avoid paying Apple commission, Amazon has made it a web-app accessed through Safari.
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Best Kindle Fire apps

We list the best Kindle Fire apps and games, including Rdio, Pulse News, Hulu Plus, and more.

Best Kindle Fire Games

We list some of the best games available on the Kindle Fire, from Doodle Jump to Triple Town.
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Amazon launches AutoRip, offering users free digital versions of physical music they’ve bought

Amazon has announced a new service that will mean that for every CD you've purchased from the company's Music Store since 1998, you'll get an MP3 version of that music for free.

Instant Video Finder: Amazon hoping new feature will help users find interesting content more easily

Amazon has just launched its Instant Video Finder feature to help users discover interesting content among its vast library of movies and TV shows.
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Huawei Ascend P1 out now in the U.S., a year after it was first announced

Huawei has announced it has started to sell the Ascend P1 Android smartphone unlocked in the U.S. Despite being announced this time last year, the spec is still acceptable, but it faces stiff competition from Google.

eBay is testing out new shipment and selling systems to help you clean out that closet

EBay is in the process of testing out new selling services for amateur sellers or sellers with little time on their hands.
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Why haven’t ubiquitous user reviews banished bad products from virtual shelves?

The user review has been around online shopping practically since online shopping’s been around, but it doesn’t appear to have affected the quality of products that are produced. Why not?

Apple to launch iBookstore in Japan this month, reports say

Apple will reportedly launch its electronic bookstore in Japan this month.

Amazon apologizes for Netflix outage on Christmas Eve, says it was caused by human error

Amazon Web Services has apologized for its service outage on Christmas Eve which disrupted Netflix's video service for a number of users. The incident was caused by human error, Amazon said.
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Amazon wins the 2012 holiday season

Amazon's holiday period this year was its most successful to date, with the company not only ranking top of a survey of online retailers' customer service, but sales also reached a new peak with more than 25 million items being sold per day…

Nokia Lumia prices drop: Lumia 920 $40 on Amazon, 822, and 810 now free with contract

Only a short while after Nokia launched its new Lumia family of smartphones, prices are already beginning to drop.