Amazon has shown One, a device and technique for recognizing customers by the palm. The company will test the technique in two of its own physical stores in the home city of Seattle. After that, the company
Amazon subsidiary Ring comes with the Always Home Cam, a security drone with camera and home Internet connection. This allows users to fly the drone around the house when they are not at home to make sure
Amazon will hold a hardware event on Thursday, September 24. According to The Verge, the event is for invitees only, which presumably also means there will be no livestream of the presentation.
Amazon has released its first fitness bracelet, called Halo Band. The device is accompanied by software to measure the health of the user, including voice analysis and calculation of fat percentage.
If your Kindle Fire won't turn on, you can try disconnecting the charger, hold the power button for 30 seconds and then pressing power button again. This usually gets it to turn on.
Amazon has released a mysterious video for a mystery product set to be launched on June 18 by founder Jeff Bezos.
The 50 second video depicts a series of people gasping over a hand-held device just out
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