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|521:|| Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS) BETA|
"Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS) is the first payments service designed from the ground up specifically for developers. The set of web services APIs allows the movement of money between any two entities, humans or computers. It is built on top of Amazon's reliable and scalable payment infrastructure."
|Ecommerce||Aug 3, 2007|
|522:|| Amazon Fulfillment Web Service|
"The Amazon Fulfillment Web Service (Amazon FWS) allows merchants to tap in to Amazon's network of fulfillment centers and our expertise in logistics,"
|Ecommerce||Mar 21, 2008|
|523:|| Amazon Instant Website Program Beta launches|
"By joining the Amazon Instant Website Program, merchants selling through Amazon Seller Central can use our eCommerce technology to quickly set up their own Web site"
|Ecommerce||June 3, 2006|
|524:|| Amazon Introduces Silk Web Browser|
Today in New York, Amazon introduced Silk, an all-new web browser powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and available exclusively on the just announced Kindle Fire. You might be asking, 'A browser? Do we really need another one?'
|HTML||Sept 28, 2011|
|525:|| Amazon Invites California Affiliates to Return|
Only Californian Associates whose accounts were closed by Amazon as a result of the now-repealed earlier law (AB X28 1) are eligible to re-enroll.
|Affiliates||Oct 5, 2011|
|526:|| Amazon Japan Opens Online Shopping Mall|
"The Japanese arm of U.S. e-tailer Amazon.com Inc. on Tuesday opened a virtual shopping mall that allows third parties to set up shops on its Web site."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Apr 27, 2007|
|527:|| Amazon Launches A9 Search Engine - New Era in Personalized Search|
"Users can view and edit past search results and sites they’ve visited by clicking on Search History on the A9 Toolbar or through an adjustable column on the main page. Site History tells users if and when they previously visited a listed site. Users can even search their own history, finding sites they have visited any time in the past."
|Alternative Search Engines||Sept 15, 2004|
|528:|| Amazon Launches AmazonLocal Daily Deals Trial|
Amazon.com is quietly launching its own deal-of-day discount offers in Chicago, a launch reported earlier by the Chicago Tribune. The Windy City, of course, is the corporate home of Groupon.[br][br]Amazon said it also has its AmazonLocal offering up and running in Seattle, Boise, the Los Angeles area and Palm Beach, Fla.
|Webmaster General||Aug 2, 2011|
|529:|| Amazon Launches Appstore Developer Portal For Mobile App Developers|
"It is a new self-service tool that allows mobile application developers, Android developers in particular, to join our Appstore Developer Program and submit apps for the upcoming launch of the Amazon Appstore for Android."
|Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile Technologies||Jan 5, 2011|
|530:|| Amazon Launches Content Delivery Service|
"The company this week revealed a new service that will help companies of all sizes ship files like MP3s and software packages to people scattered around the globe."
|Ecommerce||Sept 19, 2008|
|531:|| Amazon Launches The Ultimate Book Search Engine|
You will be able to search all text of all books on Amazon. This is a major league search move.
|Alternative Search Engines||Oct 24, 2003|
|532:|| Amazon New Payment Option With 'Bill Me Later'|
"Bill Me Later is among the most widely adopted alternative payment technologies for the largest online retailers. Bill Me Later enables consumers to shop online without using a credit card and helps retailers simplify the payment experience."
|Ecommerce||Dec 11, 2007|
|533:|| Amazon OpenSearch Syndicates Vertical Search|
"Any site that has content—and a search box—can choose to return results in OpenSearch RSS. If you can provide search results for something, it probably can fit into the OpenSearch model...the format is the standard set of XML elements, plus three additional elements designed to support navigation between pages."
|0||Mar 17, 2005|
|534:|| Amazon Pays $40 Million for Ecommerce Patent Settlement|
"We entered the settlement for the purposes of ending the litigation and avoiding the expenses of continuing the litigation," said Patricia Smith, a spokeswoman for Amazon.com. "We continue to deny any wrongdoing."
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Aug 12, 2005|
|535:|| Amazon Purchases Woot|
"Woot has signed an agreement with Amazon - yes, the Amazon - to become an independent subsidiary of the ecommerce colossus"
|Ecommerce||June 30, 2010|
|536:|| Amazon Reports Best Holiday Season Yet|
"Analysts have pointed to Amazon as a rare bright spot in this year's holiday shopping season due to its scale and flexibility, as retailers try to outdo each other with deep discounts to lure consumers during a recession."
|Ecommerce||Dec 30, 2008|
|537:|| Amazon Shuts Down Associates Affiliate Program In California Over New Tax Law|
Beginning Friday, a new state law will require large out of state retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases that their California customers make on the Internet, a prospect eased only slightly by a 1 percentage-point drop in the tax that also takes effect at the same time.[br][br]Getting the taxes, which consumers typically don't pay to the state if online merchants don't charge them, is "a common-sense idea," said Gov. Jerry Brown, who signed the legislation into law Wednesday.[br][br]But those taxes may come with a price. Amazon and online retailer Overstock.com Inc. told thousands of California Internet marketing affiliates that they will stop paying commissions for referrals of so-called click-through customers.
|Affiliates||June 30, 2011|
|538:|| Amazon Shuts Down Associates Affiliate Program In Connecticut|
Similar to a move made in Illinois a few months ago, Amazon has shut down its Associates program in Connecticut after the state imposed a sales tax measure that would tax any purchases made online starting July 1
|Affiliates||June 10, 2011|
|539:|| Amazon Starts Selling Groceries Online|
"Internet retailer Amazon.com Inc. has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse."
|Webmaster General||June 15, 2006|
|540:|| Amazon Strikes A Deal On California State Taxes|
"It's a safe harbor for up to a year," Calderon said of the agreement he helped strike. "If they can't get Congress to act by next July, then they will start to collect the tax in September 2012. If by chance they get Congress to act, then that would trump the state law."
|Ecommerce||Sept 8, 2011|
|541:|| Amazon Sued By Apple Over Appstore Name |
Amazon has begun improperly using Apple's App Store mark in connection with Amazon's mobile software developer program.
|Ecommerce||Mar 22, 2011|
|542:|| Amazon Terminates "paid search traffic" Referral Fees|
"As of May 1, 2009, these paid search Associates will not be paid referral fees."
|Affiliates||Apr 6, 2009|
|543:|| Amazon UnBoxed : Amazon and Tivo to test TV Download Service|
"Amazon.com Inc. and TiVo Inc. will begin testing on Wednesday a service that lets users watch videos rented or bought over the Internet directly on televisions..."
|Webmaster General||Feb 7, 2007|
|544:|| Amazon Warns All Illinois Associates of Possible Termination|
[i]We regret to inform you that the Illinois state legislature has passed an unconstitutional tax collection scheme that, if signed by Governor Quinn, would leave Amazon.com little choice but to end its relationships with Illinois-based Associates. You are receiving this email because our records indicate that you are a resident of Illinois. If our records are incorrect, you can manage the details of your Associates account here. [br][br] Please note that this not an immediate termination notice and you are still a valued participant in the Amazon Associates Program. But if the governor signs this bill, we will need to terminate the participation of all Illinois residents in the Associates Program. After that point, we will no longer pay any advertising fees for sales referred to amazon.com, endless.com and smallparts.com nor will we accept new applications for the Associates Program from Illinois residents.[/i]
|Affiliates||Jan 7, 2011|
|545:|| Amazon Webstores|
WebStore by Amazon allows businesses to create their own privately branded e-commerce websites using Amazon technology.
|Ecommerce||Sept 19, 2006|
|546:|| Amazon and Alexa Search Now Powered by MS Live - Formerly Google|
Alexa search was formerly powered by Google.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Apr 30, 2006|
|547:|| Amazon in Spat with Yet Another State|
As a result of an ongoing tax dispute with Texas, Amazon.com has decided to take its ball and go home.[br][br]The online retailer said Thursday that it would shutter its Irving distribution facility April 12 and cancel plans to hire as many as 1,000 additional workers rather than pay Texas what the state says is owed in uncollected sales tax.[br][br]Texas wants $269 million from Seattle-based Amazon in past-due sales tax. It sent the bill to the company last October.
|Ecommerce||Feb 11, 2011|
|548:|| Amazon on Google's Turf - Playing The Alexa Card?||Google News Archive||Sept 29, 2003|
|549:|| Amazon pays $1,500 in daily fines in defiance of French law|
The company decided to pay the daily fine worth $1,500 rather than eliminate its offer of free shipping on book purchases, said Xavier Garambois, director of Amazon's French subsidiary."
|Ecommerce||Jan 16, 2008|
|550:|| Amazon search queries are up 73 percent in the last year.|
"What Googlers worry about in private is a growing trend among consumers to skip Google altogether, and to just go ahead and search for the product they would like to buy on Amazon.com, or, on mobile in an Amazon app."
|Alternative Search Engines||Aug 22, 2012|
|551:|| Amazon to End Affiliate Program in NC if Web Tax Law Passes||Affiliates||June 18, 2009|
|552:|| Amazon's A9 Search Engine Cuts Features|
"Amazon.com Inc.'s A9 search engine has dropped some of its most widely touted features, including the ability to remember everything a user has ever searched for and a service that showed detailed, street-level images of major cities. "
|Alternative Search Engines||Oct 3, 2006|
|553:|| Amazon's New Search Enters Beta|
A little new functionality on top of Google results.
|Alternative Search Engines||Apr 15, 2004|
|554:|| Amazon, Apple, Google, HP, Microsoft and RIM Agree To Improve Privacy In Mobile Apps|
|Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile Technologies||Feb 23, 2012|
|555:|| Amazon.com and NFB Join Forces to Promote Web Accessibility|
"The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) and Amazon.com announced today that they have agreed to work together to promote and improve technology that enables blind people to access and use the World Wide Web."
|Accessibility and Usability||Apr 5, 2007|
|556:|| Amazons A9 Offers Street Level Block Maps|
"A9 has launched a service that combines an interactive map with street level images from 22 cities."
|Webmaster General||Aug 17, 2005|
|557:|| Ambiguity Of Blank AdWords Input Box Gets Google A Lawsuit|
"A lawsuit filed against Google on Tuesday alleges that Google has been defrauding its AdWords customers by charging them for ads they don't want."
|Google AdWords||Apr 23, 2008|
|558:|| America Online Unveils Hottest Searches for Spring 2005|
"What's captivating consumers this spring? AOL(R) Search today revealed the top searches as Americans get ready for everything from baseball and bikinis to education and easy tax tips...."
|Alternative Search Engines||Apr 13, 2005|
|559:|| American Airlines Files Lawsuit Against Yahoo|
"We are only requesting Yahoo to stop selling our trademarks and related terms to others who purchase them to confuse and/or divert consumers searching for AA.com or American's products."
|Yahoo Corporate||Oct 22, 2008|
|560:|| American Airlines Settles Google Trademark Lawsuit|
"American Airlines, a unit of AMR Corp., dropped a trademark lawsuit against Google Inc. over the search engine's use of the carrier's name to trigger paid Internet advertisements for competitors."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||July 19, 2008|