On the first day of Prime Day, many customers flocked to deals on tech items like the Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot and subscription deals like Kindle Unlimited and Music Unlimited. Well many of them are going to need storage, and Amazon has a big SanDisk sale to address all of your removable memory needs.
Of course, Amazon probably wants this to be resolved as quickly as we do, and it seems the company has added a sort of captcha verification to access the website. We're not certain this is due to the same overload, but it does seem odd.
Amazon is hoping customers don't see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of the cute canines delivering an apologetic message.
Shoppers experienced everything from the main Prime Day homepage failing to launch to product searches returning zero items or product links leading to error pages.
Batwoman Series In Development At The CW
Variety has learned that The CW is developing a series about the DC superhero that would debut in 2019 should it get picked up. Batwoman first appeared in print in the early days of Detective Comics but was later ditched, making her grand revival in 2006.
Prime Day also lasts six hours longer than past year and is four new countries.
If you're not yet a member, Amazon has announced that you can take advantage of the deals through their Amazon Prime 30-day free trial, alternatively, bargain-hunters can sign up for £7.99 a month or £79 for an entire year.
The countdown is on for the global shopping event known as Amazon Prime Day. Many other chains offered sales and promotions to try to capitalize on the day.
Amazon also faced labor issues. Until now, though, most of their efforts have been centered around the critical holiday season. In November, for example, hundreds of Amazon workers in Italy and Germany went on strike, saying they were under "high pressure to create more and more in less time".
Scientists discover source of high-energy cosmic neutrinos for the first time
In this artistic composition, based on a real image of the IceCube Lab at the South Pole, a distant source emits neutrinos . Radioactive decompose in the stars develop neutrinos at the time of supernovae or when matter spirals into black holes .
Last year, it generated $2.41 billion in sales and Coresight Research projected this year's haul could approach $3.4 billion.
A spokeswoman for the Seattle-based giant said it was committed to providing workers with "positive working conditions".
An Amazon spokesperson was asked for a comment but 12 hours later we have not got any comment from Amazon Australia.
Shoppers found an outlet in venting on social media.
Mob slaughters hundreds of crocodiles after man killed entering breeding pond
The agency said in a statement that the villagers were armed with machetes, hammers, shovels and other sharp weapons. They allegedly left the funeral and grabbed their knives and clubs, determined to exact revenge for a man's death.
Amazon predicts shoppers will spend $3.4 billion worldwide during the 36-hour period, making it feel like Black Friday in July.