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Have you ever run out of coffee pods for your Keurig coffee machine? That's the dilemma of a woman in desperate need of a caffeine fix who is featured in a new video from Amazon, which suggests a solution: the Amazon Dash Button. But it's much more than that - the buttons are really a bridge to the emerging world of connected devices.
You can already buy almost anything on Amazon, and usually with a single click. Now the online retail giant is making even that easier.
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Amazon this week announced the launch of the Dash Replenishment Service, which allows users to press buttons in order to "automatically" order goods from Amazon.
Amazon Prime members can now request an invite to get their hands on "Dash Button," a small oval-shaped device to be placed strategically around the home like drawers, cupboards ... or the bathroom wall.