The e-commerce giant already has its own on-demand video service, Amazon Prime Instant Video, which offers TV shows and movies for streaming, but is looking to expand into live streaming.
Amazon has a new reality series to add to its slate of digital content. The streaming video service and home to Prime Instant Video has ordered a new season of the show The Fashion Fund, an original unscripted series from Condé NastShow More Summary
Eric Risberg/AP By MAE ANDERSON NEW YORK -- Amazon will stop allowing the sale of Google (GOOG) and Apple (AAPL) video-streaming devices on its site as it focuses on its own Prime Instant Video streaming service. The company Thursday...Show More Summary
The move isn't likely to go over well with consumers; instead, Amazon should simply get its Instant Video app on competing devices to generate content sales.
Amazon is reportedly planning to end sales of two popular streaming video products because they don't easily support Amazon's own Prime Instant Video service. One of them is Google's Chromecast HDMI dongle, while the other is the Apple TV set-top box.
At the beginning of (and throughout) every month, Amazon Prime and Amazon Instant Video add new movies and TV shows to their libraries. Some of these may also have previously been on Amazon, only to have been removed and then added back. Feel free to note anything we've left out in the comments below.Watch... More »
Amazon Instant Video is currently offering every episode from the first four seasons of Game of Thrones for just $.67 each. Unfortunately, the deal is only available on standard definition downloads, but if you bought all 40 episodes, your grand total would come out to under $27. Show More Summary
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are confirmed to be starring in a new automotive-themed show being produced by Amazon Prime for its online instant video service. Three seasons have been announced, with each season to feature 12 episodes that will each run roughly one hour in length. The first season will air in...
Amazon Prime just brought a classic TV series to its library. The premium subscription service, which includes access to thousands of digital video titles via Instant Video, has obtained exclusive streaming rights to all six seasonsShow More Summary
Alex Gibney’s Steve Jobs documentary is available now in some theaters, on Amazon Instant Video and, ironically, on iTunes. It’s a film that purports to figure out what made Steve Jobs tick. And it does a lot, just not that. I’m not a dispassionate reviewer here. Show More Summary
Amazon may have made waves earlier this month with news that it would now allow users to watch Prime Instant Video titles while offline, but now other video service providers are beginning to follow suit. The latest to introduce offline...Show More Summary
2015 CREATIVE ARTS EMMY AWARDS BY NETWORK (Program and Individual Winners Combined) HBO 29 NBC 11 FX Networks 8 ABC 4 Cartoon Network 4 Comedy Central 4 FOX 4 PBS 4 Amazon Instant Video 3 CBS 3 Discovery Channel 3 Netflix 3 Adult Swim...Show More Summary
When Disney launched its Movies Anywhere app early last year it could only plug digital copies into your iTunes account, but today it linked up with Amazon Instant Video and Microsoft Video. Besides new Disney apps for Xbox 360 and Amazon's Fire TV platform, next week on the 15th it's launching on Roku and Android TV. Show More Summary
Last week, Amazon made waves when it announced Prime Instant Video content would be available to download for offline viewing on mobile devices. It’s a feature that Netflix users have been requesting for years, but speaking with Gizmodo UK at IFA in Berlin, Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt explained why Netflix isn’t interested in offline viewing. Show More Summary
Offline downloads are perhaps the most often requested, “holy grail” feature of TV and movie streaming services, and while Netflix may be the leading provider, it’s Amazon and its Prime Instant Video service that’s become the first to offer it. Show More Summary
Amazon Prime has been quite successful for the ubiquitous online retailer, offering subscribers an eclectic combination of free shipping, the ability to borrow over 500,000 eBooks, and, perhaps most popular of all, Amazon Instant Video. Show More Summary
Amazon Prime members will now be able to download movies to watch offline through iOS and Android apps as part of their subscription. Previously the feature was only available on Amazon’s own Fire devices. It’s an attractive weapon in the battles with other streaming video services, though does come with several strings. Show More Summary
Here’s what we found after downloading and trying out the new Amazon Video app for Android on a Nexus 6 phone.
The 70-minute feature, plus bonus content and discounts on additional Regular Show season sets, can be obtained on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox, PlayStation, VUDU and more for...
Amazon Instant Video has just implemented a new feature to make watching TV and movies easier than ever, from wherever. Amazon Prime’s streaming video service now lets subscribers download television shows and movies to their iOS and...Show More Summary