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Kindle owners can borrow from 100,000 book titles

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Amazon says there are now over 100,000 books to borrow for free on the Kindle, as long as you have a current Prime membership.

Amazon to add streaming MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central…UPDATED

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Amazon has entered into an agreement with Viacom to provide more streaming content for their Prime Instant Video service. For subscribers to Amazon Prime, that means content from MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, TV Land, and VH1 will be free to watch instantly on Kindle Fire tablets, PCs and other supported devices.

Glee & Sons of Anarchy added to Amazon Instant Video

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There couldn't be a bigger contrast in genres of TV shows but Amazon has added both Glee and Sons of Anarchy to their Prime Instant Video service. That means if you're a Prime member you can instantly stream seasons 1 & 2 of both hit television shows to your computer, supporting tablet or TV set at no extra charge.

Free HD sneak peak videos on Amazon

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Wanna take a look at Amazon's HD quality video? Amazon has several sneak peeks and trailers available to view for free. The video clips...

Review: Amazon Prime Instant Video

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Even though Amazon's Prime Instant Video service was launched back in February of this year, it seems relevant to do a review of the...

Amazon signs streaming deal with FOX

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Amazon has just announced a deal that will add FOX titles to their Instant Streaming service. TV shows from the FOX library include The Wonder Years (available in digital form for the first time), Ally McBeal, Arrested Development, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, and 24.

No Amazon Instant Video for PS3?

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The question of "No Amazon Instant Video for PS3?" is a topic found on Amazon.com's discussion forum, a subject that has been one of...

Netflix rates increase – what will you do?

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Netflix's "back to school" special this month is a 60% rate increase for their online streaming and DVD-by-mail rental services. Customers are literally outraged, and the web has been saturated with negative comments. In reality, the company is splitting both services, effectively leaving current subscribers to decide whether or not to continue with both services, choose one, or cancel entirely. Both options, at a base level, cost $7.99 per month.

Amazon launches streaming video service

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Amazon has officially launched their streaming service as one of the benefits of being a Prime member. That means Amazon Prime members who pay...