Amazon.com: Still Playing Catch-Up in Video
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Amazon.com just announced that it's finally getting an Instant Video app on Microsoft's Xbox Live service, where it joins numerous other content providers including Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Vudu. While this is a win/win deal for Amazon and Microsoft, the service has one major shortcoming that will keep it from maximizing its potential on the Xbox.
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