The number of malicious domains which are similar to that of retail giant Amazon has risen by 28% in the run-up to the firm's Prime Day on 13 October, the Israeli security firm Check Point has warned.
Amazon is promising "tens of thousands of products available at discounted prices" in its most epic Prime Day shopping event yet.
Workers at Amazon in Europe have walked out to protest against the company's employment conditions ahead of the company's Prime Day which began at midnight Australian time and runs for 36 hours.
Amazon's Prime Day events are hugely popular in the US, but now that Amazon Prime launched in Australia from midday 19 June, it's time to get primed for our own Prime Day (and a half) on 16 July.
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Copying Samsung, which also has a A3x, A5x, A7x, A9x line up at similar price points.
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