Amazon.com plans to release a $50 tablet in time for the holiday season, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
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The market selloff will likely take time to stabilize, suggesting more volatility may be on the horizon.
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7-Eleven plans to deliver packages designed for date night, hangovers and other situations, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Amazon is upping the ante in the streaming-video competition with downloadable videos.
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