Ep. 787: Where we play the show from the Amazon Cloud Drive Video
Sprint moves to block the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, Facebook adds new movies to its rental service, and Amazon.com launches a digital music locker called Amazon Cloud Drive.
Learn how to easily upload files to Amazon's Cloud Drive service using its free desktop app.
With tablets and smartphones blurring the lines of what it means to be an e-reader, the Amazon Kindle still stands strong against the competition.
News on Sony's PlayStation Network breach gets worse, AT&T is working to launch a daily deals service, and Amazon may be entering the tablet market.
Amazon's streaming music service now works on the iPad. iCloud who? Even we're surprised how easy it is to use.
Amazon takes on Apple's iPad with the launch of its new Kindle Fire HD tablet line. CEO Jeff Bezos reveals three versions, a 7-inch version for $199, a larger 8.9-inch version for $299, and a 4G LTE-enabled version for $499. The tablets are expected to ship November 20.
Amazon puts your music in the cloud.
Learn how to load Kindle books, Amazon Android Apps, and your Amazon Cloud Drive music collection onto a Nexus 7 tablet.
The 7-inch tablets are the new black, and we're throwing the cream of the crop in the Prizefight ring. It's Google's Nexus 7 versus Amazon's Kindle Fire. Let's do this!
THIS IS A DANCE VIDEO. MUSIC BY SYLVESTER CABELL.