Recently this week, online retailing giant Amazon announced that it was further expanding the list of discounted mobile devices under its Prime Exclusive Phones program by adding a couple more smartphones to the roster.
Can Huawei successfully conquer the United States mobile market this year? It certainly thinks it can with the recent launch of its newest phablet offering, the Mate 9. The device comes with a rather formidable $600 price, and is the first smartphone in the world to be integrated with Alexa, the artificial intelligence (AI) digital assistant developed by Amazon.
Sending a quick, important text message to somebody can get tricky when both your hands are occupied. But for those who are subscribers of AT&T and have access to Amazon Echo, this will not be a problem at all.
Apple is working on a competing product to Amazon’s Echo smart speaker, and sources familiar with the iPhone maker’s plans are saying that the device come with built in technology that can scan and recognize the user’s face. With this capability, Apple’s smart speaker would be able to see who is in the room, and play that person’s preferred music, and even set the lighting according to mood.
Sprint has announced that it will give subscribers of its 40 gigabyte shared data plan a whole year’s subscription to Amazon Prime absolutely free of charge (a 12 month subscription is normally priced at $99). Some may remember that back in March early this year, the fourth biggest wireless carrier in America had offered its customers access to Amazon Prime for just $10.99.
Planning to purchase Nextbit’s Robin smartphone? You may be delighted to know that at Amazon, the device is being offered at only $299, but for a limited time only. Indeed, the ecommerce giant is listing the handset at a generously discounted price from May 4th until May 10th of this year.
Late last year, Apple had quietly inked a deal with rival Google in order to use Google Cloud Platform. Since that deal was struck, it appears that the iPhone maker is minimizing its reliance on Amazon Web Services (AWS), as reported by CRN. Every year, Apple spends approximately a billion dollars on AWS in powering its iCloud, iTunes, and other cloud related services.
The Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact smartphones have been made available by Sony in European regions and other markets for a number of months now. However, the Japanese tech giant has not launched these two flagship devices yet in the United States.
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