Amazon wants to put 1-Click ordering buttons throughout your home

buyNo longer content with making set-top boxes, tablets, and smartphones, Amazon is investing heavily in developing even more consumer electronics hardware.

Rumor has it that Amazon’s secretive Lab126 is currently prototyping wearables and smart-home devices with a focus on improving the Amazon shopping experience. Want to order more bacon? Sign into your fridge to turn on 1-Click ordering.

A document summarizing recent California tax credits surfaced today, and it shows that Amazon is investing $55 million into A2Z Development Centers in Sunnyvale and Cupertino in exchange for $1.2 million in tax breaks from the state.

Since A2Z Development Centers are home to Amazon’s hardware research and development division, internet speculation is running absolutely wild. On top of that, Reuters has two unnamed sources claiming to have inside knowledge of what Amazon is currently developing.  More

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