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Amazon Prime Video may finally let you sort by videos actually included in Prime

Sign up for Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, or most other services that stream movies and TV shows, and you can browse the content library, hit play, and start watching. Amazon Prime Video has always been a little different — because Prime Video isn’t all that Amazon offers. The company also rents and sells new releases […]

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YouTube coming to Fire TV and Prime Video to Chromecast as Amazon and Google call a truce

Amazon and Google have announced that an official YouTube app is finally returning to the Fire TV platform. And for the first time, Amazon Video will officially support Chromecast devices. The updates should roll out “in the coming months,” and Amazon says other apps including YouTube TV and YouTube Kids will be coming to Fire […]

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Lilbits 331: Non-IFA news edition

The IFA show in Berlin technically begins on Thursday, but Intel, Acer, and Dell have already kicked things off with a series of announcements related to new processors and a whole bunch of new laptops. But not all the news this week is coming out of IFA. The Information reports that Amazon is getting ready […]

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Disney Movies Anywhere brings movies to Amazon, Microsoft, Roku products

Disney Movies Anywhere is a buy-once, watch-anywhere platform that lets you pay for a movie once and watch it on multiple devices. For example, you can buy a movie on your Android phone, and you can watch it on your iPad. Up until recently, the service supported Android, iOS, and Vudu. Now you can also […]

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Lilbits (5-01-2013): HP Slate 7 reviewed, Apple still dominates tablet shipments

HP’s TouchPad tablet didn’t sell very many units at $499, but became the must-have tablet of 2011 when the company launched a fire sale and liquidated the tablet for prices as low as $99. So it’s not a huge surprise that HP’s decided to re-enter the tablet space this year with a budget model that’s supposed […]

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Bloomberg: Amazon to launch a Kindle set-top-box this fall

Amazon sells inexpensive eReaders and tablets under the Kindle brand as a way to encourage customers to spend money on eBooks, apps, music, movies, and other content. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Amazon plans to take a similar approach toward the living room by launching a Kindle set-top-box this fall. Here’s how it would work. Plug […]