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Be it cards, toys, tech, Music, vidja games, if it is playable, we think these select items are worth adding to any Holiday Gift Guide for yourself or that person in your life that makes your insides all warm and fuzzy. Not your cat. Cat’s don’t care. Click the titles to buy yourself something we […]
Internet retailer Amazon purchased digital comics pioneer ComiXology this past spring and then appeared to successfully maneuver technical turbulence and lower prices. But is the merge good for the comic industry in the long run, or will creators ultimately suffer as a result? ComiXology has been the leader in digital comic books since its […]
Hey digital comics readers! Big news today. Amazon is poised to acquire a primary source of digital comics, comiXology. From the David Steinberger, comiXology co-founder and CEO: Amazon.com today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire comiXology, the company that revolutionized the digital comics reading experience with their immersive Guided View technology and […]
Gaumont International Television has begun the proceedings to produce a pilot of the 1968 cult classic Barbarella as a TV series to debut on the Amazon streaming service. Ok, for those that don’t know anything about the nearly 50 year old movie (Christ, that sentence hurt). It features Jane Fonda at her best sent to […]
Earlier this week you might recall that Amazon did something sneaky yet awesome at the same time when it came to their new drone assisted delivery system that had everyone and I literally mean everyone. I read a mom blog that talked about it. Well UPS won’t be denied their time on Amazon’s coattails.
I quite often discover things after they begin and then go back to the start and eagerly devour the contents. So for some of you this might be old news. About three months ago I discovered The Mongoliad. It was the first book in what I thought was a trilogy and it was attached to […]
Even the science fiction fans among us scoffed a bit when amazon started talking about drones that would deliver things to our homes in 4 to 5 years. I scoffed more when I thought about the logistics of the delivery.
Well hello everyone. It’s been a while hasn’t it? I’m excited to be back here writing again! I’m just going to jump right back in the game, so here goes…
In an event held yesterday, Amazon announced it’s long awaited entrance into the tablet computing ring with the Kindle Fire.
Using this link you can get many of the “Pride and Prejudice and Zombie” style mash-ups for only 99 cents on your Kindle.
One of my biggest knocks against the Amazon Cloud Player was the cost of storing large amounts of music. Recently, Amazon remedied that issue null and void.
Every month Amazon features 100 albums for only 5 dollars a piece. This is usually how I stock up on cool new music and back catalog items I may have missed from many of my favorite bands.
Today, Amazon is slated to release all of the remaining Star Wars novelizations (Books based on the classic film series, and spin offs, and double-spin offs) into it’s Kindle library. That’s some 100+ eBooks that you can get on your digital reader.
You have just under a few days to get in on these amazing deals on some really essential albums at Amazon.