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Amazon's Prime Pantry service lets you ship 45 pounds of groceries for a $6 fee

engadget.com — Amazon's constantly announcing new efforts to enhance customers' shopping experience, most recently with the Dash gadget for restocking items around the house. Today the retailer is announcing a new program called Prime Pantry for household essentials like paper towels, soda and snacks.
Amazon's Prime Pantry service lets you ship 45 pounds of groceries for a $6 fee engt.co/1lGz3uq via @engadget I wish we had this here
We are like 10 startups away from being airlifted from our homes engadget.com/2014/04/23/ama…
the more amazon expands, the more i retreat. shopping and choice shouldn't be just about price and convenience engadget.com/2014/04/23/ama…
Amazon's Prime Pantry service lets you ship 45 pounds of groceries for a $6 fee engt.co/1lGz3uq
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Defiantly plastic: designing the Galaxy S5

engadget.com — "Our major aims were usability, friendliness and a more humanistic design. We wanted something with a pleasing feel ... and better grip. If we used metal, [we felt] the designs felt heavy and cold," explains Senior Product Designer Dong Hun Kim, pointing to why Samsung still plays in polycarb.

Amazon bringing older HBO shows to Prime Instant Video members for free

engadget.com — HBO's always been stingy about who gets to stream its cherished TV assets, but on May 21st, some of the network's vintage material will get a wider release. The company has signed a deal with Amazon to bring its classic shows, including The Sopranos, The Wire and Deadwood to Prime Instant Video members for free.
Hmm, so Arli$$ and Entourage aren't part of the shows HBO is putting on Amazon amazon.com/HBO-Providers/… engadget.com/2014/04/23/ama…
Amazon bringing older HBO shows to Prime Instant Video members engt.co/QECd8f via @engadget
Hey @amazon Prime members: you just got access to @HBO shows on Instant Video. Oh and HBOGo is coming to FireTV soon. engt.co/1tBZyGW
Sweet. Amazon has signed a deal with HBO. Means loads of its older shows are coming to Prime (but not GoT). engadget.com/2014/04/23/ama…
Looks like The Wire will soon be free on Amazon Prime Instant Video! engt.co/QEBxzL (Ahhhh Shyeeet)
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Facebook's mobile focus is paying off

engadget.com — It's clear that when Facebook said it was going to be a mobile-first company back in 2013, it meant it. It's now surpassed 1 billion active mobile users a month, which is about a 34 percent increase compared to a year ago.

WSJ: FCC's new net neutrality rules let ISPs charge services for wide open 'special access'

engadget.com — After existing Open Internet, or net neutrality, regulations were struck down in court earlier this year, it appears the FCC is ready to come back with new ones. reports Chairman Tom Wheeler confirmed they will be on the table at an agency meeting May 15th.
WSJ: FCC's new net neutrality rules mean ISPs don't have to be neutral (update: FCC responds) engt.co/1igcmcH via @engadget
WSJ: FCC's new net neutrality rules let ISPs charge services for wide open 'special access' engt.co/1f4XjIp via @engadget
WSJ: FCC's new net neutrality rules let ISPs charge services for wide open 'special access' engt.co/1igcmcH via @engadget

Brazil passes an internet bill of rights enshrining net neutrality and privacy

engadget.com — While the world has been deciding who governs the internet, Brazil has been busy establishing internet rules of its own -- and they may just set an example for everyone else. The country has passed a bill of rights that goes some length towards protecting net neutrality and privacy.
looks like we have some lessons to learn from brazil: 1) swimwear 2) chicken hearts 3) net neutrality: engadget.com/2014/04/23/bra…

One of Activision's top moneymakers gets a new entry in Skylanders: Trap Team

engadget.com — Like taxes, iPhones and, well, Madden, you can count on a new Skylanders game every year. If you're unfamiliar with the franchise, that may just be a symptom of not being around kids -- the toy / video game series is a dominant force in the kids gaming market, sharing responsibility with biggies like Call of Duty and World of Warcraft for bringing in 80 percent of Activision's earnings in 2013.
The Skylanders have a new portal: engt.co/1k7w3aU ..just wondering.. is Spyro still a part of this franchise or...?

Pantech C300 drops on Cingular, sort of

engadget.com — Cingular customers can now run out and grab the freakishly small Pantech C300 clamshell (which reminds us vaguely of Zoolander), but there's a catch: you have to be on GoPhone, Cingular's prepaid service. That's alright, postpaid customers aren't missing much -- other than the unusual size (2.72 x 1.69 x 0.76 inches closed), the C300 doesn't have much going for it.

A Siri-controlled Apple TV may be on the way

engadget.com — Soon you might be able to simply ask your Apple TV to start playing 'House of Cards' rather than fumbling through a series menus. Code found in iOS 7.1's software development kit indicates that Siri is one its way to a new device, likely Apple's set-top box.
Hope she can get her act together in time RT @engadget: A Siri-controlled Apple TV may be on the way engt.co/1lG4rJs

​Twitch streams more live video than the WWE, MLB and ESPN combined

engadget.com — Video games now have more online spectators than traditional sports. Crazy, right? It's crazy. According to Qwilt, a company that provides video caching services to content creators, Twitch is now the most popular live streaming site in the US.

'Cosmos' brings Neil deGrasse Tyson's moustache to Blu-ray and DVD in June

engadget.com — If you've missed a few episodes of the Cosmos revival or maybe just want to fill the universe-sized hole in your media rack, the series hits Blu-ray and
The real star of the show? 'Cosmos' brings Neil deGrasse Tyson's moustache to Blu-ray and DVD in June engadget.com/2014/04/23/cos…

Your connected home could one day save your life

engadget.com — Consider this scenario: Randall is an elderly man living alone. He's doing pretty well -- until one day he has a mild stroke. In the weeks that follow,

High school seniors conquer watery ketchup with 3D-printed bottle cap

engadget.com — 3D printers have produced some pretty amazing (and scary) stuff, and now a pair of high school seniors have successfully used the tech to ensure they'll never have to eat a soggy hotdog again.
High school seniors conquer watery ketchup with 3D-printed bottle cap engt.co/1ifFtmk via @engadget

Google initiative will lease solar panels to consumers

engadget.com — Google has just announced another major investment in renewable energy -- not to power its own vast data centers this time, but rather to bring cheaper