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Feb 11, 2016 - 12:46 AM UTC — AAPL: 95.48 (+0.49, +0.52%) | NASDAQ: 4340.12 (+71.35, +1.67%)

Tag: Amazon Prime

  1. Apple looking to develop original TV series as part of new video strategy, sources say

    Apple, which is struggling to line up networks and cable channels for its long-delayed ‘skinny bundle’ offering…

  2. Apple, Amazon, Google, Yahoo expected to bid on NFL Thursday Night Football

    The NFL has told TV networks that it is ready to accept bids for the ‘Thursday Night Football’ package…

  3. Amazon offers Prime membership for $67 for 1 day

    Amazon, for today only, the price of its $99 annual Prime membership program to $67 on Friday…

  4. Just because Apple may be getting into original content doesn’t mean it can produce good shows

    Apple is considering following in the footsteps of Netflix, Amazon.com, Google and even Spotify…

  5. Apple made ‘audacious bid’ for Top Gear trio of Clarkson, Hammond and May, but lost out to Bezos’ Amazon

    Apple is hatching plans to create its own original TV shows, even making an audacious bid to secure Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May…

  6. Apple’s move into content creation could devastate Netflix and Amazon

    Apple will be able to attract the best talent and field the best offerings because of its huge resources…

  7. Amazon lets iPhone, iPad users download some TV shows and movies for later viewing

    The ability to let users download some TV shows and movies to their iPhones and iPads so they can watch them later, without an Internet connection…

  8. Why would Apple want to make their own movies and TV shows?

    Apple hopes to begin the hiring process soon for development and production divisions that would begin creating long-form content…

  9. Apple exploring entry into original entertainment production

    Apple is exploring getting into the original programming business…

  10. Apple’s plan to destroy the fat cable bundle

    The future of television will be built on the back of the video bundle

  11. Will Apple TV kill cable?

    Apple TV is scheduled for a long overdue update, with rumors of a new interface…

  12. Top Gear’s Clarkson, Hammond and May sign with Amazon Prime for new show to debut in 2016

    Jeremy Clarkson said the move was like climbing out of a biplane and into a spaceship…

  13. Why cable TV beats the Internet, for now

    Are you ready to cut cable? Probably not — yet…

  14. Cord-cutting conundrums

    People are getting more and more disgusted with paying up to $150 or more each month for a bucket of channels…

  15. The cord-cutter’s guide to free (and legal!) TV streaming

    Watching free, streaming video on your television doesn’t have to be…

  16. WTF?! Amazon inserts ads for Misfire Phone flop into Amazon Prime videos

    I canceled Amazon Prime…

  17. Amazon’s new ad-free Prime Music service serves up one million tracks to Prime subscribers

    If you’re already a paying subscriber to Spotify, or huge fan of Pandora…

  18. Amazon Prime lands deal for old HBO TV shows

    Non-HBO subscribers will soon be able to watch some of the network’s old TV shows…

  19. Amazon denies free streaming service report

    Amazon announced a press event for next Wednesday in New York…

  20. Amazon sends invites for April 2 event; set-top expected

    Amazon’s entry into the set top box world is…

  21. Amazon ups Prime membership fee to $99 per year

    Amazon’s Prime service, which offers free streaming video and book borrowing to Apple iOS devices…

  22. Amazon likely to add $20-$40 more to cost of Amazon Prime

    The price of “free” two-day shipping is about to go up…

  23. Amazon preps set-top box for holidays; able to run apps, says source

    Amazon.com Inc. is taking steps toward releasing a video-streaming device…

  24. Amazon flatly denies rumor that it will offer free smartphone

    The statement is the first time that Amazon has said…

  25. Amazon considering offering its branded smartphone free to consumers, sources say

    Which technology giant will be the first to offer a free smartphone?

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