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New Apple TV: Will Consumers Actually Shell Out $149? $199?

Whether Apple can convince people to pay $149 or $199 for the new Apple TV depends on whether it’s marketed as a streamer or a game console. More 

Back to School: How to Save Money on Computers

In this back to school feature, we show you how to save money when shopping for a new student PC or laptop. More 

Amazon Underground: How to Get Paid Apps for Free

Amazon has launched a new app called 'Amazon Underground' that offers paid apps for free to owners of an Android device. More 

3 Reasons Amazon Stock Is Still Going Strong (AMZN)

A blip on Monday barely deterred investors. Here’s why so many still see AMZN stock as full of potential. More 

Friday’s Vital Data: Netflix, Inc. (NFLX), Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) and Freeport-McMoRan Inc (FCX)

Amazon (AMZN) steals Netflix’s (NFLX) thunder in Japan, Tesla (TSLA) Model S P85D gets a perfect score and Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) slashes expenditures. More 

Amazon Fire Phone Flop Leads to Layoffs, Reorg

Amazon has laid off employees from its Lab126, which focuses on hardware, and the poor reception of the Amazon Fire Phone is being blamed. More 

Amazon Prime Video to Follow Netflix to Japan

Amazon is following Netflix to Japan with Amazon Prime Video as it adds the streaming service to its Prime offerings in the country. More 

2 Trades for the Correction Rebound in Amazon Stock (AMZN)

Amazon (AMZN) stock remains a bullish favorite with analysts, but options traders remain cautious. Here's how to trade the bounce. More 

AMZN Stock – Is Amazon Giving Up on Hardware?

Amazon layoffs at Lab126 mean loss-leader gadgets may be in question. Does it also mean the future of AMZN stock is in trouble? More 

How (And When) to Buy this Market Volatility

Here are some of the pins that need to fall before you should put your cash to work, and a couple stocks to buy once you do. More