• Amazon Website Crashes As Issues Continue On Prime Day 2018

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    If you're on the hunt for some good discounts today is going to be one of the best of the year, thanks to Amazon Prime Day. Unfortunately, the actual launch of the sale in the US has seemingly brought Amazon's website to its knees; it appears to have crashed, leaving users to face an endless loop of pages with few deals on them. This includes being complete unable to perform searches in some cases, which obviously is less than ideal if you know what you want to buy. On the bright side, you are sometimes treated to pictures of some cute dogs, like the ones below, so it's not all bad news...
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  • Amazon is having a technical meltdown that's left Alexa and its AWS cloud service reeling on its biggest shopping day of the year

    Amazon is having a technical meltdown that's left Alexa and its AWS cloud service reeling on its biggest shopping day of the year

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon's website has been up and down since its Prime Day sales event kicked off at 3 p.m. ET in the US.
    Roughly an hour after Prime Day began, Amazon's personal AI assistant, Alexa, also started experiencing technical problems.
    Users report being unable to login to the app, and Alexa-powered devices being unresponsive to commands.
    Amazon 's website has been up and down since the start of its Prime Day sales extravaganza in the United States on Monday, and now the issues are starting to affect the company's AI personal assistant, Alexa, and portions of its cloud hosting service as...
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  • Amazon Prime Day 2018: 14 Whole Foods exclusives, ranked - CNET

    Amazon Prime Day 2018: 14 Whole Foods exclusives, ranked - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    There are a ton of 365 Everyday Value products on Amazon...but which ones actually deserve your Prime Day attention?
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  • Furious Amazon customers are threatening to shop elsewhere as the site has issues for over an hour on its biggest shopping day of the year

    Furious Amazon customers are threatening to shop elsewhere as the site has issues for over an hour on its biggest shopping day of the year

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon 's website has been up and down since the start of Prime Day in the United States at 3 p.m. ET.
    The website has been experiencing issues like links that go nowhere, leaving customer unable to access the special deals.
    Furious customers are threatening to cancel their Prime memberships and shop elsewhere.
    Amazon Prime Day is off to a rocky start.
    Prime Day deals were expected to kick off at 3 p.m. ET on Monday. But just a few minutes later, Amazon's website crashed, and many Prime members were unable to shop the deals. When it has been online, the links on the main page advertising...
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  • You only have a few hours to take high-end gaming on the go with a 20% discount on this MSI gaming laptop during Amazon Prime Day

    1 month ago - By GamesRadar

    This MSI gaming laptop will power through even some of the most demanding of today's games
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  • Amazon's Website Is Struggling As 'Prime Day' Kicks Off: Here's A Workaround

    1 month ago - By Forbes

    Amazon crashes as Prime Day kicks off, but things appear to be returning to normal.
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  • Furious Amazon customers threaten to cancel their Prime membership as website crashes on its biggest shopping day of the year

    Furious Amazon customers threaten to cancel their Prime membership as website crashes on its biggest shopping day of the year

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon 's website crashed at the start of Prime Day in the United States.
    Prime Day is one of Amazon's most important shopping holidays of the year.
    Some customers threatened to cancel their Prime membership, which costs $119 annually, after the website crashed.
    Furious Amazon customers are threatening to cancel their Prime membership after the retailer's heavily hyped shopping holiday, Prime Day, got off to a rocky start .
    Amazon's website crashed at the start of the holiday, which began at 3 p.m. ET on Monday. Some customers got an error message on the site, while others were directed to...
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  • Amazon crashed in the first few minutes of its biggest shopping day of the year, losing millions in sales

    Amazon crashed in the first few minutes of its biggest shopping day of the year, losing millions in sales

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon 's website briefly crashed at the start of Prime Day in the US.
    When back online, the website continued to experience issues like links that go nowhere, leaving customer unable to access the special deals
    Prime Day is one of Amazon's most important days of the year, when it hosts Black Friday-like deals in the middle of July.
    Looks like Amazon wasn't primed for Prime Day this year.
    Customers reported the retailer's website experienced issues at exactly the same time as the deals were scheduled to begin in the US at 3 p.m. eastern time, with the site appearing to be down or links not...
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