A bit of sex and violence with that two-day shipping? Amazon's instant video offerings are getting edgier. +Joan E. Solsman captures Amazon Studios' journey from grassroots to Hollywood threat http://cnet.co/1bGmXwy via @CNET
Amazon's arm for making movies and TV shows veered away from its early ambitions with a grander plan to lure Prime customers and crush Netflix. Now it has some in Hollywood on edge. Read this article by Joan E. Solsman on CNET News.
<b>analysis</b> Amazon needs to make its products sexier, because it can't just compete on price. Despite throwing a higher-resolution screen and more bells and whistles into the new Kindle Fire HDX, it's still no iPad. Read this article by Donna Tam on CNET News.
Amazon enables in-app purchases of physical goods within independent apps. Appstore Director Aaron Rubenson talks to CNET about why this will make apps more relevant to customers. Read this article by Donna Tam on CNET News.
It would be a plus if water resistance. Whether an extension for our phones/tablets or standalone device we would probably treat our smart watches in the same fashion as we do with our smart phones. I still think the price tag is to much though. But its esthetically pleasing.