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Bundle a Car Charger and Dash Mount Today for Just $13

In 2014, every car on the road should probably have two USB charging ports at the very minimum, and a good cradle to hold your phone at eye level when you use it as a GPS. If any of your vehicles don't meet these criteria, you can kill two birds with one stone for just $13 today. » 8/20/14 9:17am Today 9:17am

Mount Your Smartphone in Your Car On the Cheap with Today's Gold Box

While nobody condones sending a Yo or Snapchat while you drive, keeping your phone visible in the car is important if you use it for GPS or for audio playback. iOttie makes some of the best dash mounts in the business, and Amazon has put a ton of them on sale, today only. » 7/03/14 9:45am 7/03/14 9:45am

FAA Nixes Drone-Based Delivery Before It Even Gets Off The Ground

Oh, FAA. Why do you have to ban everything fun? First convertible jumbo jets, then the Sex Blimp business, now this. Tucked away deep inside a document titled Interpretation of the Special Rule for Model Aircraft there's a chart, and on that chart is the end of Amazon's skybot-delivery plans. » 6/24/14 7:40pm 6/24/14 7:40pm

Some Guy On Amazon Will Try And Guess What Car You Drive

I'm sure we've all played the "let me guess what you drive by just looking at you/letting you talk/smelling you" game, to varying degrees of success. I personally can tell what someone drives simply by looking at their keys and registration card. A guy on an Amazon user's forum claims he can do it based on what you… » 4/16/14 2:00pm 4/16/14 2:00pm

Amazon Drones Are Truly Revolutionary [Marketing]

The most thrilling [marketing] advancement in recent years was unveiled last night on 60 Minutes. If you missed it—how could you have missed it?—Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos detailed the [marketing] future of his company for millions [of potential customers]: Amazon PrimeAir. The [marketing] future is here, and it is [vague… » 12/02/13 11:14am 12/02/13 11:14am

Need a 55-gallon drum of Mobil 1? Amazon Prime has your back

Listen, I've been known to impulse-buy all kinds of crap on Amazon.com that I don't necessarily need. Especially as an Amazon Prime member, which, when combined with the beauty of the "1-Click" instabuy, can result in an infinite cycle of smiley-face boxes landing at the doorstep on 48-hour intervals. » 10/11/13 2:24pm 10/11/13 2:24pm