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Microsoft XBox range only on from Sept 1

This is the first time Microsoft is focusing on retailing through an ‘online only’ channel.


With an eye for e-tail

Fund infusions by Flipkart and Amazon have set the stage for a battle for the country’s nascent e-tail space


Microsoft makes Xbox portfolio exclusive to Amazon from September

Consumers pre-ordering the Xbox One will get the blockbuster game FIFA 15 for free.

Read more: Amazon, microsoft, Xbox

Amazon to invest $2 billion more in India to pump growth, cut losses

Move comes after homegrown e-tailer Flipkart got investments of $1 billion.


After Flipkart, Jeff Bezos infuses $2 billion investment in Amazon India

It will be done to support its rapid growth and continue to enhance the customer and seller experience in India.


Facebook to challenge Amazon soon; direct-buy-button on the wall

“Buy” option will be available for specific products on Facebook’s site and mobile app starting Thursday.


Online retailers work out unique deals to broad-base market

Groupon India is offering a cash-back offer on rail fares, something never done before

Amazon seeks US regulator’s permission to test drones outdoors

The firm wants to use drones to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less as part of the programme dubbed ‘Prime Air’.

The package includes 31 apps

Amazon goes for the kill with free apps worth $100

Package includes 31 premium apps

Read more: Amazon, Apps

Narayana Murthy plans India JV with Amazon: Report

Narayana Murthy is close to entering into an e-commerce joint venture in India with Amazon.

The BlackBerry Z3. (Source:

Blackberry Z3 launched at Rs 15,990, pre-booking on

The Z3 is a 5-inch phablet that runs the Canadian smartphone maker’s latest BB 10.2.1 operating system

The Z3 webpage in Indonesia clearly says it is 'Android compatible'

How to install Android apps on your new BlackBerry Z3

The BlackBerry Z3 is the first device with which the Canadian smartphone maker is showcasing Android compatability.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos introduces the new Amazon Fire Phone in Seattle. (Source: AP)

Amazon adds to Fire, launches 4.7-inch smartphone that assists shoppers

The phone’s most significant feature, called “Firefly,” employs audio and object recognition technology to identify products

Read more: Amazon, smartphones
Android apps side loaded on a Z30

How to install Android apps on BlackBerry till it opens up to Amazon store

If the Z3 has a good price, the new-found access to Android apps could make a value for money purchase


Flipkart-Myntra deal, Amazon’s aggressive entry sparks off consolidation

Amazon’s entry in India in 2013 has stepped up competition by cutting prices, increasing product categories & launching next-day delivery.


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