Several cord-cutting services have announced price hikes recently. This isn't the way it's supposed to work.
Recent Amazon Prime Stories
Amazon launches Prime Wardrobe in the United States, a new service that lets you try on clothes before actually paying for them,
Last week, I provided an update on our cord-cutting efforts. Maybe I should have waited, as things are changing yet again.
It is perhaps the most dramatic example yet of Amazon's ability to offer Prime members unique perks.
In a long-awaited---and, frankly, long-overdue---move, Amazon will raise the price of its Prime subscription from $99 to $119.
The normally secretive Amazon has finally detailed a key metric of its success: It now has over 100 million Prime subscribers.
Retailer says that Amazon Music Unlimited is now the third-largest streaming music service behind Spotify and Apple Music.
Amazon.com this week surpassed Alphabet/Google to become the world's second-largest corporation by market capitalization.
An exclusive Reuters report has revealed how well Amazon's Prime Video service is performing against Netflix, Hulu, and others.
Amazon is bringing free games to Twitch Prime, letting you get games at no cost with your existing Prime subscription.
Amazon is bringing its music streaming service to Windows 10 with the launch of a new Microsoft Store app.
Amazon's excellent customer service plays as big a role in the firm's success as its aggressive business tactics.
I often complain about Microsoft's aversion to hard numbers. Well, Amazon is even worse.
Amazon Prime: Come for the free shipping, but stay for the ever-expanding list of digital perks.