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Streaming Services Scale Back To Free Up Internet Space

Big streaming services like Netflix, Amazon (Prime) and YouTube that offer content to millions of subscribers have surely seen an increase during the coronavirus crisis as self-quarantined viewers are online more than ever. This surge in viewers, however, has placed a strain on other less demanding internet traffic. In turn, content providers have been urged to scale back its quality of videos. So if the movie that you’re watching seems a little choppy, then accept it as doing your part in sharing space on the internet.

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Amazon Opens Its Doors

Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos has finally taken the dive into a market that he refused to tread for years. The physical retail market. After realizing that some customers still desire to physically shop in stores, to touch the items initially, before buying them, Amazon has decided to open its doors to the buying public with retail book stores. The first has opened in Seattle, washington with more to come that will eventually sell other retail products.

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Amazon Nails It With New Series: Mad Dogs

Everyone’s getting into the video streaming business as of late, so why not look to Amazon for your favorite movies and shows to watch whenever you like? The retail and fulfillment¬†giant has been stepping its game up lately with their own Amazon Studios produced series and movies. Mad Dogs is one that lives up to the hype of all previews, talk and trailers. With 13 episodes of action packed drama, you’re sure to enjoy an unregretful binge. Available now on Amazon Prime.

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