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After launching its Prime Now one-hour delivery service in December 2014, Amazon has slowly but steadily increasing the cities in which the service is available. Now Prime Now has expanded out of the U.S., bringing one-hour deliveries to London.
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If you're thinking of buying a new home, it's a pretty a big commitment. It's not just the house itself but the surrounding area that you're going to be stuck with for years. Now you can actually try out your new neighborhood before you sign on the dotted line.
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