To access personal data that isn't available in Your Account or in your device (e.g. your search history):
- Go to Request My Data.
- Select the data you want to receive.
- Click Submit Request when you're done.
- Click the validation link in your confirmation email.
- Once your request is processed, a secure download link will be sent to the e-mail address associated with the account.
Amazon has registered more than 150 private-label brands with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and carries hundreds of thousands of items from these house brands on its site. A recent investigation by The Markup found that the online shopping behemoth often gives its own brands and exclusive products a leg up in search results over better-rated competitors. We also found Amazon is inconsistent in disclosing to shoppers that those products are Amazon-brand products or exclusives.
So we decided to add some transparency for Amazon shoppers. The Markup created a browser extension that identifies these products and makes their affiliation to Amazon clear.
Welcome to camelcamelcamel, a free Amazon price tracker!
Our free Amazon price tracker monitors millions of products and alerts you when prices drop, helping you decide when to buy. Sign up and be patient.
A fairly comprehensive directory of alternatives to Amazon's various services, including Prime.
MobileRead Wiki - FAQ Amazon KindleFrequently asked questions about the Amazon Kindle, implemented as a wiki. Pretty up to date.
A collection of opensource guides for amazon's webservices - from EC2 to S3 to ALB and Lambda. Includes the basics, useful tips, and gotchas. Touches on high availability configurations cost management, and community best practices.
The original whitepaper for Amazon's DynamoDB data storage system.
Amazon makes available a hidden API endpoint which lists the IP address ranges used for EC2.
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