Amazon Blog – 10.3.22
Jyllian Clarke joined Amazon in 2020 and is now the global head of security training. Day-to-day, her job is to provide security training and learning opportunities to Amazon employees, worldwide, as well as provide security education opportunities to Amazon’s customers, prospective customers and the general public. Below, Clarke shares details about types of cybersecurity threats, explains how you can protect your family in today’s digital landscape, and offers tips on talking to your children about phishing and hacking.
Source: Tips to keep your family safe online from an Amazon security expert
Amazon Blog – 9.26.22
The new 48-hour event gives Prime members exclusive early access to holiday deals, including savings on brands like Peloton and New Balance, and Amazon’s lowest prices of the year on select products from Caudalie, Murad, and Philips Sonicare.
Source: Score top holiday deals with Amazon’s new Prime Early Access Sale
Amazon Blog – 9.21.22
When Edwin was 19 years old, he had a spinal cord injury that resulted in paralysis from the neck down and the need to use a ventilator. In those early years, the 1980s, Edwin benefited from new power wheelchair technology that allowed him to independently drive his wheelchair using a sip-and-puff straw. However, beyond supporting his mobility, technology largely hadn’t yet evolved to meet his needs, and he heavily relied on family caregivers to assist him.
Source: Alexa accessibility features extend to Fire tablets
Amazon Blog – 9.13.22
From convenience and savings to entertainment, Prime membership continues to unlock more benefits. As an avid football fan, it thrills me to celebrate the debut of Thursday Night Football exclusively on Prime Video on September 15.
Source: How Prime members can score exclusive deals and more this football season
Amazon Blog – 9.12.22
Amazon’s toys team spends all year refining the annual Toys We Love list. The result of rigorous research, passionate debate, and, of course, a lot of playing with toys and games, the list features a wide selection of the most innovative, imaginative, and entertaining toys and games of the season, meant to inspire gift ideas for the young—and the young at heart. Keeping affordability top of mind, prices on the 2022 Toys We Love list start at less than $10, and the list includes more than 100 new products and beloved favorites under $50 from brands including Crayola, Disney, Fisher-Price, LEGO, and National Geographic, as well as items under $50 from small businesses like Magna-Tiles, MEandMine, Thames & Kosmos, and TeeTurtle.
Source: Amazon’s 2022 Toys We Love list includes more than 100 toys and games under $50