Mobile Minutes: Amazon’s free books; Orange Leaf’s drone deliveries; Sony VR reviews; Silicon Valley’s EU troubles
Amazon adds free books to the ever-growing list of Prime benefits
Amazon is going back to its roots as a bookseller with its latest Prime perk. If you subscribe to the company’s $99-a-year Prime membership, which provides free two-day shipping on many products (among other things), your newest benefit? Prime Reading. Announced this morning, Prime Reading gives US Prime members unlimited access to a rotating selection of books, magazines, comics, and shorter reading materials.
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Orange Leaf successfully delivers frozen yogurt by drone
Drone delivery is indisputably the way of the future—even on college campuses where some students crave frozen yogurt.
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Sony PlayStation VR review: The best of an early crop
When Sony releases its virtual-reality headset next week, you can live your childhood fantasy of donning the cape and cowl of a classic superhero in the video game Batman: Arkham VR.
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Data-heavy Silicon Valley deals may land in EU firing line
The European Union may include purchase prices in the criteria used to trigger its antitrust probes, in a bid to catch more data-heavy transactions in serious merger reviews in another warning shot to Silicon Valley.
Read more on Bloomberg