If you’ve been wanting to give Amazon Prime Music a try, now might be one of the best times to sign up.
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Another month passes and the big streaming platforms continue to try and outdo each other as they strive to add to the number of eyeballs fixed on their offerings. For those following regular series, there are lots of ongoing shows but also some interesting movies and documentaries. Here's what the four main streaming platforms have on offer for the month.
With Disney now owning the largest library of content in the world through a series of deals and acquisitions, the company has put together all the building blocks it needs to launch a massive streaming service. That service, Disney+, now has a release date and we have some idea about pricing and available content. Here's everything we know.
Having a baby in 2018, as my wife and I just did, means becoming an Amazon household. We’re not proud of this. We know that Amazon treats its workers terribly. We know that the company has extorted billions of taxpayer dollars out of our home city of New York in exchange for turning our neighbours into terribly treated employees. But babies need a lot of stuff, and they need it quickly. Diapers on demand are a very tempting prospect.
So we bought our diapers on Amazon. And then they didn’t come when Amazon said they would come.
If you've got a VPN, you're probably familiar with the US version of Netflix, which provides way more content than the Australian version. But have you checked out any of its rivals?
Some of the most popular options include Amazon Prime, HBO Now and Hulu. Which service offers the best bang for buck? Let's find out.
Amazon made its presence felt in Australia last month with an aggressive launch of its Prime subscription delivery service. At just $59 per month - lower than any other global market - the price-point was highlighted by Morgan Stanley analysts as one of seven reasons why Amazon's Prime service looks set to shake up the status quo in Australia's retail industry.
Amazon Prime Day starts in just two and half hours. Running until midnight tomorrow, there will be lots of bargains available. But how do you ensure that you don't miss out on special deals throughout the 36 hours? Love the Sales has pitched in with some great tips to make sure you don't miss out on special offers that matter to you.
Australia's first Amazon Prime Day event officially kicks off next week on 16 July. But there are already a bunch of special offers live that you can take advantage of as Prime Day edges closer. Here are a few that caught our eye.
It can be hard keeping up with all the "deal days" various online retailers have throughout the year. Amazon Prime Day is no exception. It's a bit different this time round however, since Amazon Australia is now a thing. So, what is Prime Day and how can you get involved?