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Amazon Extends Its Reach With New Payments Tools

Posted at 7:30AM Tuesday 10 Jun 2014

Amazon is finally getting a button of its own.

That seems to be a benchmark for technology companies: they know they've "made it" when their name and logo appear on countless sites around the Web.

The company has announced a new "login and pay" button allowing its customers to share their payments and shipping information with any company that adds the button to its site.

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