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Amazon Dash, A WiFi Connected Shopping List Manager

April 5, 2014
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Amazon announced Amazon Dash, a WiFi connected, voice-enabled device for managing your AmazonFresh shopping list. Video provided by Newsy

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CES 2015: Spark IO Wants to Help You Make Your Own Connected Devices

CES 2015: Spark IO Wants to Help You Make Your Own Connected Devices

Popular Science (Jan. 9, 2015) — Launched in May 2013, Spark IO is an open source startup for hackers and DIY enthusiasts, creating all the hardware and software people need to make their own connected devices. Plus, their products come super cheap, making building connected gadgets easier and more affordable than ever. One of Spark’s creations is the Spark Core, a tiny development kit that helped to make a smart Hobbit sword that turns blue when there is unsecured WiFi networks present. Video provided by Popular Science
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Why Smart Everything Is Dumb

Why Smart Everything Is Dumb

Reuters - Business Video Online (Jan. 15, 2014) — Brace yourself - WiFi fridges and bluetooth toothbrushes are coming. Pitched as a big leap forward, Reuters' Jon Gordon argues the connected home paradigm is more shortsighted than futuristic.
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Amazon to Make Movies for Theaters

Amazon to Make Movies for Theaters

Reuters - Entertainment Video Online (Jan. 20, 2015) — Americans may get to make their next Amazon purchase - at a movie theater. The online shopping giant announces plans to deliver Amazon produced movies to movie theaters across the United States. Roselle Chen reports. Video provided by Reuters
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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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