Amazon, the e-commerce giant, is looking to offer a new ad-supported streaming service separate from its already existing Prime Instant Video. Prime Instant comes with the $99 per year Prime membership, for those who frequent Amazon's services. The new streaming service is supposedly for customers who don't really need a Prime membership.
Amazon is developing a free, ad-supported, video streaming service to sit alongside Amazon Instant Video, multiple sources report.
Amazon is one of the big names in video streaming at the moment, and it sounds like the company might be ready to expand its offerings by launching an ad-supported streaming service to function alongside Prime Instant Video. This is according to the New York Post who claims that the retail giant is working on the new service, and comes following... Show More Summary
Amazon is set to launch a free, ad-supported video service separate from its $99 Prime Instant Video offering, according to the New York Post. In case you're having deja vu, the WSJ reported exactly the same thing back in March and Amazon firmly...
Amazon has another video streaming service up its sleeve to run alongside the company’s existing offering, Amazon Prime Instant Video. That’s according to a report from the New York Post, which says the firm has an ad-supported free video service in development. Show More Summary
Its been said before, but 4K may finally be on the cusp of breaking through. Ultra high-definition TVs from major brands are dropping like crazy and Apple pushed out a 5K iMac just a few months ago. The hardware is there, but the content from a pricing and availability perspective is still lagging behind. We took a step […]
Amazon is planning to launch 4K streaming on its Prime Instant Video service before the end of the year, the company said Wednesday. 4K is an extremely high-definition video resolution that is only compatible with certain top-of-the-line computer displays and televisions, often called “Ultra HD TVs.” Competitors like Netflix already offer 4K streaming for select…
Amazon Studios has announced its first lineup of pilot shows that viewers will vote on in 2015. But Amazon shouldn't be bound by those votes.
Amazon announced seven new shows Tuesday morning which will debut on its streaming service, Amazon Instant Video, next year. The list includes new shows from Carlton Cuse ("Lost"), Ridley Scott, Frank Spotnitz (“The X-Files”) and Shawn Ryan ("The Shield") along with a half-hour docu-series from "The New Yorker" magazine. Show More Summary
Amazon today unveiled the seven original shows that will be part of its lineup for its first pilot season of 2015 on Amazon Instant Video. The list consists of four hour-ong shows – Cocked, Mad Dogs, The Man in the High Castle and Point of Honor – as well as three half-hour shows – Down Dog, Salem Rogers and The New Yorker Presents. Show More Summary
Amazon has announced the lineup for its first pilot season of 2015 which is scheduled to debut early in the new year exclusively on Amazon Instant Video in the US, UK and Germany. That lineup of seven potential series comes from the pages of Philip K. Show More Summary
One of the bummers about Chromecast is that it doesn’t have an official Amazon Prime app that will let you stream Amazon content that you watch on your computer to your television. That said, Android Police brings us word that there’s...Show More Summary
Amazon Instant Video is now available on Android, but what's still missing? Chromecast support. But you can hack it together with a handy (and barebones) app. Primecast is a $3 app for Android that puts Amazon Instant Video on your Chromecast by scraping Amazon's backend to show you a list of your purchased and rented videos. Show More Summary
Amazon Prime Instant is coming to Chromecast at last, thanks to two third-party developers: Amazon's video streaming service doesn't officially support Chromecast, but two German developers just released Primecast, a new…
Amazon Prime members are in for another nice perk in addition to free two-day shipping and instant video/music streaming: unlimited photo storage. The company announced a free service called Prime Photos on Tuesday, through which users can upload and store photos and access them at any time in Amazon Cloud Drive. Show More Summary
Amazon Prime is possibly one of the best deals out there, £80 a year for free next day delivery, as well as unlimited access to Prime Instant Video and Prime Music. It’s now much better because, effective immediately, Prime members will get unlimited free cloud storage for their photos. Show More Summary
Google users with Roku boxes may be pleased to learn that the streaming TV set-top now offers a Google Play Movies & TV app. Google Play Movies & TV is a competitor to Apple’s iTunes and Amazon Instant Video. It allows people to buy or rent online videos and stream them to Android gadgets, iPhones and iPads, and Google's Chromecast TV stick. Show More Summary
Retail leviathan Amazon is set to expand on their Fire TV hardware with a portable streaming device no larger than a standard USB memory stick. Promising easy access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, Youtube and Amazon’s own Instant Video service… The post Amazon Launches Fire TV HDMI Streaming Stick appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Amazon's new original dramedy series "Transparent" — starring actor Jeffrey Tambour as a man transitioning to become a woman — is now the most binge-watched series on Prime Instant Video, with nearly 80% of viewers watching two or more episodes in the same day, Amazon announced Thursday. Show More Summary