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Amazon purchases Blink to expand its connected home lineup

Amazon’s latest acquisition shows us how the company is taking the expansion of its connected home line very seriously. They just bought Blink, the company behind the wire-free home monitoring system. Blink offers both an indoor and outdoor home security camera models as well as a video doorbell. According to Blink, nothing will change for the company and its customers now and they will continue to operate as usual and support clients as needed.

Source: Engadget


Review: Kindle Oasis (2017) - The Perfect eBook reader

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

2017 marks the 10th year anniversary of the Kindle eBook reader which is truly one of the revolutionary inventions of our time.

Amazon's Kindle ushered in the era of eReaders, which have made it possible to simulate the visual quality of paper on an electronic device capable of carrying thousands of books and documents but which is thin and surprisingly light.

The early Kindle was a beast by today's standards. It tried to do too much. It came with a QWERTY keyboard, a web browser and probably an e-mail client. This was at a time when smartphones were BlackBerry devices and not iPhones, so you get the idea.

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Amazon's Canadian expansion continues with new Vancouver office and 1,000 employees

Amazon has announced it will open a new office in downtown Vancouver in 2020. This growth will double Amazon’s current Vancouver workforce from 1,000 to 2,000 employees. Amazon also announced its current Canadian staff has grown to over 5,000 full-time employees across Canada.

Amazon also announced that its current Canadian workforce has grown to over 5,000 full-time, full-benefit employees across Canada, spanning sites in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec.

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Amazon redesigns Kindle app

You might have noticed a new look to Amazon’s Kindle app. If you haven’t, well, we’re bringing your attention to it. The app from the icon to its user interface has a newer, sleeker look. There are new things like larger book covers, new fonts, as well as a new light or dark background theme options. The bottom bar has been revamped too to show what book you’re currently reading, making it easier to go back to what you’ve been reading at any time. It also shows you Kindle’s more popular features like Home, Library, Store, and more. Search is also easier with the revamped app as it appears everywhere within the app. The redesign is available for both iOS and Android.