Amazon Web Services has unveiled an array of software updates while the company's CTO talks about the strategy is uses to stay on top.
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Pre-selected app buyers will have full access to the finished product with all features live -- notably those relating to other Amazon products, such as in-app purchasing.
Amazon has included some features in its latest tablets that make it good for the enterprise. One of the best is outstanding support for working with PDFs.
Helmed by @WalmartLabs, the website overhaul will bring features such as product personalization and recommendations in a layout that frequent Amazon shoppers might find familiar.
Amazon has some inventive features in its Fire smartphone, but the company needs developers to gravitate the Dynamic Perspective and Firefly SDKs.
Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure are likely to be the three lead dogs in cloud infrastructure services. Why? Economics, scale, and skills.
Amazon has added features to its latest tablet to make it enterprise friendly. This third-party case with a keyboard completes the package.
Four months after launching its streaming application for mobiles and PCs, Amazon is now making it available for all platforms, including OS X, and introduces new features.
Amazon has announced that it will push a new update to Kindle Paperwhite ebook readers that bring a whole raft of new features to the hardware, including a way for parents to encourage their kids to read more.
Deceptively simple in concept, big data — the idea that all you need to solve the world's biggest problems are zettabytes of data — has some problems in front of the potential solutions.
The open-source Eucalyptus cloud project has just released a new version that's improved its Amazon Web Service cloud interoperability.
An alliance between Seattle-based 2nd Watch and Slalom Consulting combines the skills of two of the Amazon Web Services' leading integration and consulting organizations.
The retail turned cloud giant has once again cut the prices of its Amazon Web Services features in a bid to remain competitive ahead of rivals.
Amazon is expanding support for two important accessibility features to its entire Kindle Fire series.
A branch of Amazon, Amazon Web Services LLC, has announced new features for customers using high performance databases in the cloud.
Microsoft's decision to add Azure-like features to Windows Server belies the company's ambition to take on Amazon Web Services on all fronts, and is similar to strategies employed by other wannabe-clouds
If Amazon does indeed develop an Android smartphone, then the likes of Samsung, HTC and Sony need to be prepared for their sales to fall.
With the launch of the Google Nexus 7 tablet last week, it should come as no surprise that rumors have started appearing about a new version of its chief competition.
Microsoft has an "ambition" to make some of Windows Azure's platform-as-a-service components free, after the IT giant announced sweeping changes to the service that ratcheted up its competition with Amazon Web Services.On Tuesday Microsoft's general manager for Windows Azure, Bill Hilf, told ZDNet UK that the company is contemplating making some of Azure's PaaS features free in an attempt to spur developer adoption.
Filling a major void in mobile app purchases, Amazon is adding its Test Drive feature to its Android Appstore app.
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