Chances are, you already have a box set copy of The Matrix on DVD. But if you want to upgrade it to Blu-ray to enjoy the high definition resolution and amazing lossless sound, this is your chance.
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The Indiana Jones trilogy is an all-time classic of modern day cinema. If you don’t own it on Blu-ray already, you should definitely jump on this deal.
Ever found yourself in the Amazon rainforest needing to cut some vine or sticks to build a survival device Bear Grylls style? Just grab a Piranha!
Before Hollywood went and destroyed both the Alien and Predator movie franchises by blending them together with a script written by poo-flinging monkeys, there was a pretty good collection of Predator movies. Now you can buy them cheaply on Blu-ray.
This quick turn around from the online retail giant could be a lot more real than you think after the Sydney Morning Herald revealed Amazon was looking to buy a warehouse in Australia.
With Ridley Scott’s upcoming return to the sci-fi genre in the form of Prometheus later this year, now would be a great time to go back to his humble (yet awesome) beginnings. Amazon UK is selling all four Alien films on Blu-ray for under 10 quid, which works out at $18.75 delivered.
Amazon’s Kindle is already the best eReader on the market, but if you like your reading technology to be a little bit more tactile, Dick Smith has just announced that it is selling the Kindle Touch in stores exclusively until April.
Given some of the frustrations we had with the fourth generation Kindle, it’s great news to know that Amazon has just announced its touchscreen e-ink reader, the Kindle Touch, is available to order in Australia.
In the age of Lolcats, Facebook and amazingly immersive video games, the good old-fashioned book has become a bit of a minnow in the fight for our downtime. The fourth generation Kindle from Amazon is doing its best to change that, with a stunning lightweight design and access to Amazon’s brilliant Whispersync service.
If all libraries looked like the new Stuttgart City Library, Amazon, Apple and the rest of the eBook clan would be justified in worrying about whether eBooks would ever properly take off.