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Don't Buy Cheap Chargers Unless You Want Your iPhone To Explode

We all love cheap stuff, but it’s an incredibly bad idea to buy a cheap charger for your phone, digital camera, or other gadget. And unfortunately, it’s incredibly easy to buy these online, even from sites like Amazon, who often mistakenly sell the products as genuine.

Jeff Bezos Still Wants To Send Trump To Space

Jeff Bezos reaffirmed his desire to send Donald Trump into space today. Speaking at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit this afternoon, the billionaire half-joked, “I have a rocket company, so the capability is there.” But Bezos is serious about not liking Trump.

Amazon's Vision Of The Future Involves Cops Commanding Tiny Drone 'Assistants'

According to Amazon, the cop of the future won’t just be a robot, it will be one that fits in the palm of your hand.

Amazon Is Hiring An Extra 120,000 Workers For The US Holiday Season

Amazon will add 120,000 seasonal employees for the holidays this year, up 20 per cent from last year’s holiday season surge. It’s not unusual for companies like Amazon to add thousands of workers in the final quarter of the year. Big retailers are particularly in need of extra helpers during the holiday season because of the surge in online sales. Amazon’s increase in workers, however, is gigantic compared to its biggest competitors.

Please, Amazon, Say Something About The Grand Tour

Hey. Amazon? It’s me, Australia. We haven’t been properly introduced, but we have a closer relationship than you realise. I’m really good mates with your best friend America, and we’ve actually run into each other a couple of times in the past — at that Kindle party, and once in the supermarket. Everyone says you’re the guy that knows all the cool stuff about robots and Nerf guns.

Hey, so, anyway. There was that time where you told one of my Aussie pals about this great new TV show you’d been working on. How’s that going, by the way?

We Spent 10 Minutes Thinking Up Headlines For This Bucket Of Poop

At this moment Australians will be lamenting their inability to subscribe to Amazon Prime. Why? Because you could have got free shipping on this $US50 ($66) bucket filled with 13 different kinds of plastic animal poop. Bear, elk, dog, your kids will undoubtedly be overjoyed when they unwrap all the surprises hidden inside this bucket on Christmas morning.

Amazon Finally Bans Shady Practice That Messes Up Reviews

In what should come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Amazon reviews are often deeply biased because the product in question was given to a reviewer for free or at a discount. These handouts have a tendency to artificially inflate product ratings. But as of today, the company won’t be tolerating it any longer.

Hammond, Clarkson & May's The Grand Tour Has A New Sort-Of-Stig

Video: Well, sort of. He’s actually the Stig, but not any more. And especially not on The Grand Tour.

Amazon Is Making A Full Season Of The Tick

Here’s your dose of happiness for the day: The Tick has survived Amazon’s ridiculous pilot process and is going to receive a full season’s worth of episodes.

Amazon's Login Screen Is A Secret Portal To Sonic Hell

While many people struggle to prove they’re humans in the real world, doing so online is generally pretty easy, accomplished by copying down a couple scribbly words. For the visually impaired, however, things can be a bit more complicated and, in Amazon’s case, occult.

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