Online Shoppers Are More Satisfied With Amazon Than Apple

Online Shoppers Are More Satisfied With Amazon Than Apple

Apple has been the tech giant leading the way in a lot of ways, from profits to quality of its products to business growth. However, once in a while, there are those rare things in which another company is able to beat Apple to grab the top spot. For instance, Amazon was now able to score higher than Apple when it comes to online shopper satisfaction.

By On May 10, 2012 Respond
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Ebook: The Run For Profit

Ebook: The Run For Profit

16 July, 2001. A Russian programmer named Dmitry Vitalevich Sklyarov was arrested by FBI for the violation of Digital Millennium Copyright Act. His fault was that he presented a study in DEFCON 2009 conference on how the DRM technologies used then could be hacked within seconds. The DRM technologies which were prawn to hacks included those from Adobe and Microsoft. On 19 July, 2001 Association of American Publishers stated their support for Sklyarov’s arrest. Probably, the publishers thought that piracy could be curbed by suppressing those who point out the flaws of the system. Little did they know that they were digging their own graves.

By On May 7, 2012 Respond
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Cloud Wars: Amazon Releases Cloud Drive Desktop App

Cloud Wars: Amazon Releases Cloud Drive Desktop App

Cloud storage services are increasingly becoming the new bone of contention between the major tech companies. From Apple to Google to Amazon and Microsoft, everyone wants to have a successful cloud offering. With the kickstart of Google Drive a few days ago, its natural to assume that all the other contenders in the arena may be feeling a little insecure.

By On May 4, 2012 Respond
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Amazon’s Android Captures More Than Half Of Android Tablet Market

Amazon’s Android Captures More Than Half Of Android Tablet Market

A prodigious report has been released by the ComScore. They said that more tablets run on the Amazon’s Android version than Google’s. ComScore’s report says that Kindle Fire captures more than half of Android tablet market, 54% to be exact. Although, Amazon did not reveal how many Kindle Fire it has sold so far, ComScore managed to gather the data by tracking device on the web. In just six months, Kindle Fire has managed to eat up more than half of the market.

By On April 29, 2012 3 Responses
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Amazon Grabs 54 Percent Android Tablet Market Share With Kindle Fire

Amazon Grabs 54 Percent Android Tablet Market Share With Kindle Fire

Amazon has long been stating that its Kindle Fire is doing really well, though critics and analysts had their reservations. The reservations were also widespread because Amazon has been reluctant in divulging the exact numbers of its Kindle Fire sales. Now, however, according to statistics from Comscore, Kindle Fire has been able to grab a massive 54 percent share of the Android tablet market.

By On April 28, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Install/Use Android Market On Your Kindle Fire

[Tutorial] How To Install/Use Android Market On Your Kindle Fire

If you want to turn your Amazon Kindle device into a Android tablet and install some apps from Android Market then you should read this tutorial. Because Kindle Fire is limited to downloading apps from Amazon AppStore you are not able to download them from other sources such as Android Market, but with few straightforward modification on your Kindle you can easily bypass thos limitations and enjoy some of the apps from Android market e.g. Google Maps.

By On April 27, 2012 Respond
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Amazon Quarterly Report: Overall Revenue Increases, Income Down By 35 Percent

Amazon Quarterly Report: Overall Revenue Increases, Income Down By 35 Percent

As the first quarter culminates, a number of companies have been coming out with their quarterly performance. While many have done pretty good on it, Amazon seems to have achieved somewhat of a mix of good and not-so-good performance. The company was able to raise its overall sales by a whooping 34% but at the same time, its income went down by 35%.

By On April 27, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Install The Silk Browser On Android Device

[Tutorial] How To Install The Silk Browser On Android Device

Who ever use Kindle Fire must agree that one of the coolest apps this device have is its Silk browser. This browser preaches popular websites on Amazon servers which can give a speed boost while you are browsing the web. Unfortunately this app was only available for Kindle Fire, however by hacking into your rooted Android smart phone or tablet you will be able to install it on any Android Device, and in this tutorial I will show you how.

By On April 27, 2012 Respond
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Now You Can Trade-In CDs At Amazon

Now You Can Trade-In CDs At Amazon

Amazon’s trade-in program has been a very useful feature for millions of users. If you are having an old item that is included in Amazon’s trade-in list and you want to get rid of it, all you have to do is ship it to Amazon and get an Amazon gift card in return. It has been a great way to rid old electronics, DVDs etc. Now, the good news are that Amazon has added used CDs to the list so that you can get rid of used CDs while making something out of it.

By On April 13, 2012 Respond
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E-Book Publishers And Apple Sued Over Agency Pricing By Justice Department

E-Book Publishers And Apple Sued Over Agency Pricing By Justice Department

Amazon had been selling its e-books for $9.99 for quite some time, a model which brought it immense success. But then, Apple enticed a number of major e-book publishers to adopt an alternate method, one which brought Apple as well as the publishers better profits but also raised the prices of e-books. Now, Justice department has sued Apple and five e-book publishers over this – three have agreed to settle so far.

By On April 12, 2012 Respond
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Amazon Launches In-App Purchasing For Appstore

Amazon Launches In-App Purchasing For Appstore

In-app purchasing model has been wildly popular and successful on the mobile platform. In this model, an app is offered for free but a number of features in the app are available for purchasing. Apple and Android already have the option on their respective app marketplaces. Now Android has also announced the inclusion of the future on its Amazon Appstore.

By On April 11, 2012 Respond
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Brian Dunn, CEO Of Best Buy, Tenders His Resignation

Brian Dunn, CEO Of Best Buy, Tenders His Resignation

Best Buy hasn’t been doing particularly good, despite the fact that it’s online sales are not bad. The retailer recently closed 50 of its stores and that’s only a fleeting look at the fact that things aren’t very good at the company. Now, CEO of Best Buy, Brian Dunn has resigned. It would seem that the company has finally realized that it needs new leadership to try and find an alternate strategy to break into the e-commerce market.

By On April 11, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Transfer iTunes Music To Your Kindle Fire

[Tutorial] How To Transfer iTunes Music To Your Kindle Fire

We all love to listen music while reading or typing and it’s not an exception for Kindle Fire users. In this tutorial I will show you how to transfer your iTunes music library to you Amazon Kindle Fire. We will be using Amazon Cloud Player which is not too difficult but there some steps involved so make sure you read this tutorial.

By On April 9, 2012 Respond
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E Ink Screen For Better Readability

E Ink Screen For Better Readability

Compared to the traditional backlit LCD panels, the E Ink is considered as better for display technology for e-readers because of its superior text display quality. But the downside is that devices like the E Ink Kindle line needs exterior illumination while using it. Fortunately Amazon has planned to overcome this with the help of a company named Oy Modilis.

By On April 9, 2012 Respond
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App Store Developers Earn A Lot More Than Google Play Developers

App Store Developers Earn A Lot More Than Google Play Developers

With the launch of smartphone, tablets and of online App stores, things have been really good for the developers. Showcasing an app online has become really easy and if it pitches in with the users, the developers get to make good money out of it. A study by Flurry Analytics has now revealed that App Store generates a lot more revenue for the app developers than Amazon Appstore or Google Play.

By On March 31, 2012 1 Response
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