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Amazon Flow Uses Instant Image Recognition to Search Store

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February 6, 2014
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When you tap on Flow, the camera activates and Flow begins to analyze the objects you put in front of it. Video provided by Newsy


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Amazon Tips Off Investors to Tilt-Friendly Smartphone

Amazon Tips Off Investors to Tilt-Friendly Smartphone

TheStreet (June 5, 2014) — Amazon announced it will launch a new product on June 18th in Seattle. The online retail giant teased the market with a Twitter photo of a shiny black device with the Amazon logo. A launch video shows mostly young white consumers swaying with the off-screen product and appearing very impressed with the device. If you answer the invite as a developer, the invitation asks questions about experience with gyroscopes and accelerometers. Many expect the smart phone to be tilt-friendly and move with the user, as opposed to relying on finger swiping motions. Amazon isn't expected to try to make a profit on the new product. Video provided by TheStreet
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Amazon to Fight FTC Over Charges of Unauthorized App Purchases

Amazon to Fight FTC Over Charges of Unauthorized App Purchases

TheStreet (July 3, 2014) — Amazon said it was prepared to take the Federal Trade Commission to court in defense of allegations it had failed to prevent unauthorized transactions by children on its tablets. Amazon said it would fight any U.S. regulator fines levied against it on those charges, countering that its parental controls are already far stricter than those the FTC requires. For instance, Amazon's Kindle has settings whereby parents can limit the time children spend on devices. PINs can also be assigned to authorize in-app purchases. The FTC imposed a $32.5 million fine on Apple earlier this year on similar charges. Video provided by TheStreet
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Documents Show Homeland Security's Facial Scanning Tech

Documents Show Homeland Security's Facial Scanning Tech

Newsy (Aug. 23, 2013) — Documents accessed through the Freedom of Information Act show Homeland Security uses facial recognition technology to ID citizens.
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AP Review: Amazon Fire Adds Spark to Smartphones

AP Review: Amazon Fire Adds Spark to Smartphones

AP (July 22, 2014) — Amazon's new Fire phone uses tweaks to the Android operating system and some innovative features to set it apart from smartphones from the likes of Apple and Samsung. (July 22) Video provided by AP
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