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You can watch some NFL games on Prime Video and Twitch starting this week

Old man signals in front of crowd. Image: Cliff Welch / Icon Sportswire via Getty Images By Alex Perry2020-10-05 20:58:41 UTC The 2020 NFL season is a weird and unusual one thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that hasn’t changed Amazon’s partnership with the league. There may not be crowds at most of the games and spontaneous postponements can happen at any moment, but you can still watch the weekly

Amazon gets official approval to fly its delivery drones

Amazon drones now have the right to fly. Image: Peter Endig/picture alliance via Getty Images By Rachel Kraus2020-08-31 19:58:11 UTC It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s an … Amazon drone? Amazon has just gotten the thumbs up from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to start using its Prime Air drone fleet for customer deliveries. On Saturday, the FAA granted Amazon Part 135 Certification, which means the company has the

Report: Apple, Amazon, and Google use supply chain factories that rely on forced labor

A Chinese factory where Uyghurs work and live features Communist Party propaganda posters. Image: The Washington Post via Getty Im By Marcus Gilmer2020-03-02 18:31:52 UTC A report from an Australian think tank has listed tech giants like Apple, Amazon, Huawei, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, and Sony as benefitting from forced labor in China.  The report, published by Australian Strategic Policy Institute, claims that between 2017 and 2019, the Chinese government transferred

Amazon removes fake products promising to 'kill' coronavirus

Justin Herrick for PCMag 2020-02-24 20:56:06 UTC Follow @ is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology. Amazon will no longer allow third-party merchants to advertise products claiming to treat or cure the coronavirus, CNBC reports. Misinformation continues to spread on social media, and

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change

Jeff Bezos and his billions are here to (finally) save the planet Image: Paul Morigi / Getty Images for Amazon By Marcus Gilmer2020-02-17 19:30:48 UTC  Jeff Bezos is donating $10 billion to fight climate change. The Amazon CEO made the announcement in an Instagram post Monday afternoon, saying it’s all part of the new Bezos Earth Fund.  Unsurprisingly, he doesn’t share many specifics about the Bezos Earth Fund. His Instagram

Ring hit with class action lawsuit for 'failure to take basic security precautions'

Ring is now facing a class action lawsuit after several camera owners have had their devices taken over by hackers. Image: Stephen Brashear / Getty Images By Karissa Bell2020-01-13 16:01:01 -0800 A group of Ring camera owners who have been terrorized by hackers are now suing the company, saying the Amazon-owned firm doesn’t even do the bare minimum to protect against hackers. The lawsuit, which was filed earlier this month

Americans trust Google and Amazon more than Tom Hanks, report finds

Wait, what? Image: NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images By Haidee Chu2020-01-13 12:13:59 -0800 Who could possibly be more trustworthy than Tom Hanks — America’s most trusted man, aka Forest Gump, Mr. Rogers, and Woody from Toy Story? Amazon and Google, apparently. Despite their many of scandals over the past year, the two tech giants nearly topped the list of the most trusted brands in the U.S., behind only the

Amazon takes down Auschwitz-themed products after public shaming

Amazon on Sunday removed Auschwitz-themed products amid backlash from Twitter and the Auschwitz memorial museum. Image: akub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images By Haidee Chu2019-12-02 21:49:34 UTC The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum in Poland had to turn to Twitter get Amazon to remove Auschwitz-themed products. In a tweet Sunday morning, the museum shared images of Auschwitz-themed Christmas ornaments and bottle openers available on Amazon, describing them as “rather disturbing and disrespectful.”

Robots at Amazon warehouses might make workplace injuries worse

Someone else is paying the price of your free two-day shipping. Image: Beata Zawrzel / NurPhoto via Getty Images By Rachel Kraus2019-11-25 22:01:02 UTC The robots are here to help, they say. They’ll make our lives easier, they say. Yeah, we’ve heard that one before. (Enter: the robot uprising). An extensive report from Reveal (published in The Atlantic) details new information about workplace injuries in Amazon fulfillment warehouses. According to

Five tiny homes on Amazon to make your minimalist dreams come true

Are you looking to stop paying rent, live minimalistically, or just want a place to yourself?There’s only one answer: tiny houses. And if you’re looking to make the switch from dreary apartment to humble tiny abode, Amazon has a few for you to check out. Go to Source Author:Mashable Video Powered by WPeMatico