Internet, Amazon’s New Lite Browser App For Indian Market

The e-commerce giant Amazon has launched a simple web browser named ‘Internet: fast, lite and private’ for the slower networks in India. This will help a wide range of internet users across the remote areas of India, who will be able to download this App which is just under 2 MB in size. This App is currently available on the Play Store and is not yet available on iOS.

Amazon promises it users more space to download and store their favourite music and videos with this browser. The App name is big but it surely indicates that it is targeted or devices with less storage and RAM. The web browser will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop and above, but smartphones like Xiaomi Redmi Note 5, Oppo A83, Honor 9 Lite are not compatible with this web browser. So, many users won’t be aware of this app for now, which they will gradually. Read More

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Amazon Is Steadily Rising To Reach The Trillion Dollar Mark

At this moment, Apple is the most valued company with a market value of $893 billion. They recorded over 24 per cent growth in stocks in the last 12 months following the sales of iPhone X, which was infact the 10th Anniversary iPhone. On the other hand, Amazon is valued at $752 billion and the rapid growth rate of the company might soon make it compete with Apple for the $1 trillion market value. Read More

Locolist – Your Campus Craigslist For iOS & Android (Review)

Locolist LogoBuying and selling stuff online using websites like Craigslist is like rolling the dice, you don’t know the person you are dealing with and that could result in you having a very bad experience. Locolist eliminates those concerns by connecting college students from the same campus who are interested in buying or selling things. The App is available on iOS and on Android.

 

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Google Forces Amazon To Launch New Android App

amazonAmazon has launched its new app on Google Play called Amazon Shopping after being forced into this move by Google. The new app provides the same functionality as the old one but without access to Amazon’s app store. In September, Amazon had updated its app to include access to its app store and games. But, as we know, Google doesn’t like the idea of allowing users instant access to competing apps. Read More

Amazon Fire Phone Discounted To $0.99

firephoneAmazon’s take on an Android phone (well, sort of), the Fire Phone, previously priced at $650, has just been dropped all the way down to 99 cents, along with a contract of course. It will be available exclusively with AT&T if bought on contract and will set you back $18.75 a month for 2 years, totalling $450, still $200 cheaper than the device’s unlocked version. Considering you get a monthly AT&T package and a full year of Amazon Prime ($99) if bought before December 31st, it’s a great deal if this is a device you wanted to get. Read More

Tim Cook Bashes New Apple Book, Calls It “Nonsense”

Apple New BookIn a statement given to CNBC, Tim Cook completely bashed the new Apple book, titled “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs”:

This nonsense belongs with some of the other books I’ve read about Apple. It fails to capture Apple, Steve, or anyone else in the company. Apple has over 85,000 employees that come to work each day to do their best work, to create the world’s best products, to put their mark in the universe and leave it better than they found it. This has been the heart of Apple from day one and will remain at the heart for decades to come. I am very confident about our future.

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Amazon’s New Ad Targets iPad’s Retina Display


Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer has just launched an ad for the Amazon Kindle HD that compares the iPad’s gorgeous retina display to the HD screen of the Amazon Kindle HD. The ad clearly mentions that both devices have HD quality screens and that you won’t be able to spot the difference in screen quality, but when it comes to pricing, Amazon only charges $299 while the iPad is priced at $499. Read More