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Amazon just released a new, free video game engine for developers called Lumberyard. Although it seems like an odd match-up — an online retailer launching a game engine — Lumberyard is a fully-fledged 3D engine capable of making triple-A-quality...Show More Summary
Normally, the Amazon Web Services Terms of Service is an interminable slog of legalese and jargon, a veritable Dagobah-esque mire only decipherable by super ambitious law-school kids. And with the addition of Amazon's new LumberyardShow More Summary
After rumors that Amazon cold soon launch their own delivery business to compete with FedEx and UPS, we're seeing a new Google patent that sees the internet search giant eyeing the same.
With so many Bluetooth speakers on the market it becomes hard picking the one that has the right mix of style, sound quality, battery life and portability. Amazon has a couple of gems at a deep discount right now that promise to deliver. The first one is the LSTN Sound Satellite Portable Wooden Bluetooth Speaker. Show More Summary
You just lost in the Super Bowl, so of course the next thing you’re going to do is….release an erotic romance novel?? The Amazon description for the book reads as: “Caroline’s life is passing her by while she grinds away at her office job. That all changes when Caroline’s friend, Emily, secretly enters her in […]
Amazon and Netflix are both finding success at producing their original content, but the way they go about it is totally different. For one, Amazon does pilot episodes. Netflix is strongly against them. A pilot is a single episode meant to test the viability of a series, and has been a staple in network TV for years. Show More Summary
Public cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) is getting snarky. And it’s not even April Fool’s Day. In conjunction with the launch last night of the free Lumberyard game engine and the GameLift game backend service, AWS updated its Service Terms — the document that spells out how people can use its tools — […]
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Politwoops has resumed archiving the Twitter gaffes of politicians in the U.S., a newly discovered vulnerability puts many Mac apps at risk, and Amazon delivered a free video game engine today, no Prime needed. Read more...
Only the fall of civilization from a widespread zombie attack will release you from Amazon’s terms of service for one of its new products. The company just released a game engine called Lumberyard that gives developers a bunch of free...Show More Summary
When Business Insider's Julie Bort talked recently to some big companies that were shutting down their own data centers and switching 100% to hosted cloud services, she found that they really only considered two companies serious players in the cloud today: Amazon and Microsoft. Show More Summary
Get an HD touchscreen multipurpose car video player tablet that includes a GPS navigation system, AM/FM radio and a rear camera so you can back up safer than ever before. The Pupog Car Video Player Tablet is for sale on Amazon for $227.99...Show More Summary
Throwing yet another lifeline to all the oboe players out there who’ve been desperately trying to convince their friends that orchestra life is a cool, quirky, cutthroat business, Amazon has announced that it’s renewing its award-winning Mozart In The Jungle for a third season. Show More Summary
Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle can continue a stellar 2016 with the news it's been renewed for a Season 3. The renewal comes just weeks after the series won Best Musical or Comedy at January's Golden Globe awards and Gael Garcia Bernal nabbed a starring trophy. The series is executive produced by... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mozart in the Jungle
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Recent years have seen streaming television shows keep up with the traditional network, and Amazon Prime found a real winner with original series Mozart in the Jungle. Luckily for those of us who have already watched the first two seasons, Amazon has now announced that Mozart in the Jungle has been renewed for a third season. Click To Continue Reading
YouTube is launching new original content for YouTube Red subscribers in a move to take on streaming giants like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon.