Amazon Stories November 21

We learned earlier this month that Apple and Amazon struck a deal that will see iPhones and iPads officially sold on the online marketplace, and now the first listings for iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches, and other Apple products are starting to go live. The move puts Apple products in front of more customers just in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday when the most holiday shopping happens.

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Amazon Stories November 19

A deal struck between Apple and Amazon will hurt independent Apple resellers, and likely put many of them out of business, according to recent reports.

Most Apple products sold on Amazon are through third-party resellers. Although ‘Apple’ is shown as the company, the retailer is often a small, independent seller …

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Amazon Stories October 21

I was recently in Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta, and I visited the Microsoft store, the Apple store, and a pop-up Amazon shop. As I wandered through all three of them, I began to ponder the state of each company when I look ahead to the next generation of consumer technology. As I walked through each of them, this thought kept popping into my head: do Apple products warrant their premium price? Are Apple products a premium experience, or is it all about the Apple brand?

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Amazon Stories October 18

Amazon is rolling out a new Alexa feature for Echo speakers that intelligently reduces the voice assistant’s volume when you whisper a command. The new ‘whisper mode’ feature should prevent unexpectedly loud responses in quiet situations and instead use a gentler voice.

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Amazon Stories August 16

Amazon looking to expand its brick-and-mortar presence with potential Landmark Theaters acquisition

As MoviePass is digging its own grave, the e-commerce company Amazon may be looking at ways to acquire the movie theater chain Landmark Theaters, which would push the company into the brick-and-mortar cinema industry.

Amazon Stories July 26

Earlier this month, we noted of the increasingly close raise between Apple and Amazon to become the first trillion company. In a new poll shared by CNBC this week, however, investors are overwhelming leaning towards Amazon in winning that race…

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