Amazon is the leading e-commerce company and has managed to branch out into new markets. The company has expanded its selection via a robust third-party selling network. Meanwhile, Amazon's Kindle is the leading e-reader device, but is facing tough competition from Apple's iPad, Barnes & Noble's Nook and Sony's Reader franchise. Amazon Web Services, the company's enterprise cloud computing unit, is gaining traction.
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Amazon, Microsoft and others could be drawn into Europe's investigation in to potential violations of state aid laws.
When you consider that I own four of them, you'd be justified calling me a tablet addict. Here's what I use and why they work for me.
This keyboard for the latest tablet from Amazon is much improved over the model we reviewed earlier this year. It's worth a second look by those looking for a reasonable keyboard solution for the Kindle Fire HDX.
The online retail giant is fighting FTC demands over in-app purchases -- and may end up in court to defend itself.
An Australian start-up says it has turned the child care and safety model on its head.
The web services giant reduces the entry-level price for renting infrastructure from its EC2 cloud.
And why I’m now plotting to make Amazon.com my next victim.
When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the company's upcoming Fire phone, the announcement that it would be exclusive to AT&T didn't warm many hearts. Upon reflection, this may have more to do with controlling the OS updates than anything else.
It's been a busy month in the mobile world and this recap pulls all the best coverage into a convenient place. If you missed something big, you'll find it here.
Despite the rapid expansion in suppliers and services, there are still areas where the cloud industry could change for the better, according to one IT director.
Companies vying to be the No. 3 mobile platform have to take a few chances, but the problem is there's a learning curve tech buyers need to conquer to give new approaches a chance.
Amazon has excited the technorati this week with the unveiling of its Fire phone. It’s based on the Fire OS used on the Kindle Fire HDX tablet. This is a good move as Fire is better than Android for the majority of consumers.
We've said that we want to buy things on our phones, so Amazon has made a phone designed to be a better way to buy things.
Amazon is using easy access to its empire as a lure, but whether this is a big enough pull to get users to swap their smartphones for the Fire Phone remains to be seen