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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European regulators are scrutinising a deal between Luxembourg and Amazon which may be illegal, according to reports.
Other cloud heavyweights already attached to NetBond include Salesforce.com and Microsoft Azure.
Since getting the bigger iPhone, the Kindle Fire HDX has been gathering dust.
Amazon has sealed the deal on Twitch, a game-streaming service the company says is an "awesome" cultural fit.
Microsoft, in keeping with its pledge to match Amazon price cuts on commodity cloud services, is dropping prices on select Azure cloud services starting October 1.
UPDATED: It's likely that large cloud computing players will have to adopt a security patching cadence similar to the one used by the software industry. In the future, the cloud will have its version of Patch Tuesday.
Amazon is preparing for a massive reboot of EC2 instances across the globe to remedy a security flaw.
According to reports, the online retail giant is quietly exploring the business potential of smart appliances and the connected home.
The AWS connections come a few months after Verizon announced a similar link with Microsoft's Azure.
More than 1,000 workers have walked out of their jobs at distribution and logistics centres across the country
Amazon's latest mobile operating system lands with a few new features, notably Dynamic Light Control, deep cloud integration, and Firefly product matching for tablets.
The retail turned mobile giant unveiled a number of updated products: two new e-readers, a sub-$100 tablet of superb quality, a high-end premium tablet, and even one for kids.
The usually tight-lipped chief executive of Apple opened up to PBS' Charlie Rose in a two-part interview. Here's the first part.
From Wi-Fi based robotic insects to flying companions acting like GoPros, Amazon's new store has quite the drone variety on offer.