Amazon has announced that its popular camera review website, DPReview, would be discontinued in the near future. The website has been online for approximately twenty-five years.

The general manager of, Scott Everett, stated, “The website will stay online until April 10, and the editorial staff is continuing doing evaluations and looking forward to presenting some of our finest material ever.”

Amazon is going to close DPReview, the most trusted website for camera reviews.

In addition, Amazon stated that “the decision was made as part of our parent company’s yearly assessment of the operational strategy”

DPReview was established in England in 1998 and was acquired by Amazon in 2007. In 2010, following the acquisition of the brand, the internet giant transferred the team to Seattle, Washington, in order to bring the firm closer to its headquarters.

Also, beginning of March 9, Amazon has ceased offering magazine and newspaper subscriptions via Kindle Newsstand (2023). In addition, according to the rumors, the business will stop providing current Kindle Newsstand subscriptions in September of this year.

Amazon will close DPReview, popular camera review site

Kindle Newsstand enables users to read Kindle-optimized versions of magazines and newspapers on their devices.

Amazon has also revealed that it will lay off an additional 9,000 people from Amazon Web Services (AWS), advertising, Twitch, and human resources. This week’s announcement was made previously.

Andy Jassy, the CEO of Amazon, stated in a message that the internet giant completed the second phase of its operational plan (“OP2”) last week. He stated, “I’m writing to inform you that we plan to remove around 9,000 additional jobs in the next weeks,” mostly in AWS, PXT, Advertising, and Twitch “.

In January 2023, Amazon first terminated 18,000 workers.

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