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Amazon to pull the plug on Prime Now globally

E-commerce giant Amazon has decided to pull the plug on its standalone Prime Now delivery app globally. The platform was launched in 2014. Its two-hour delivery options will now be integrated on its main app and website.

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From Panic to Ghost Lab, five must-watch shows on OTT this week

This weekend, OTT platforms will set a new jazz-like movie standard of Take Five, with five films set for release to exploit the dearth of available big ticket quality content, now that IPL cricket is suffering the pandemic blues.

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Does the Discovery-AT&T Warner Media merger make sense?

MUMBAI: In one word. Yes. At least it gives them a chance in hell to play catch up with the well-muscled and well-entrenched rivals like Netflix, Disney, Amazon Prime Video, and Apple TV in the streaming race. While Netflix announced 208 million subscribers worldwide in its latest financial meet...

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Amazon India launches free video streaming service - miniTV

New Delhi: In a global first for Amazon, one of the country’s largest online store, Amazon.in on Saturday announced the launch of a free, ad-supported video streaming service, miniTV which is available within the Amazon shopping app. miniTV has professionally created and curated content across web...

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Amazon Prime hits 200 million subscribers

NEW DELHI: Amazon Prime, which comprises the e-commerce giant’s video streaming service, has reached a userbase of 200 million, an increase of over 50 million post the outbreak of the Covid2019 pandemic, revealed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in a letter to shareholders.

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