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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How Jeff Bezos failed to disrupt smartphones, disorient carriers, or destroy the iPhone.
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
The latest tablets from Amazon are each good in their own right. Which one to choose often comes down to size so we pit them head-to-head to help you decide which is better for you.
Amazon's dynamic perspective and Firefly could be hits with developers, but ultimate sales remain to be seen. One disappointment: Amazon didn't upend the traditional carrier business model.
Amazon's Fire smartphone has an innovative user interface with a focus on the Prime consumer.
With a focus on Amazon Prime customers and store purchases you would think there would be some device and plan pricing consideration for the Fire, but you would be wrong.
Amazon has some inventive features in its Fire smartphone, but the company needs developers to gravitate the Dynamic Perspective and Firefly SDKs.
As we'd expect from Amazon, we have a device built using quality but widely used parts, but with the emphasis put on delivering a product that is itself unique, functional and tightly bound to the Amazon ecosystem.
Amazon lines up its smartphone to integrate with its cloud services as well as Prime membership. The device is looking high end with its camera specs.
Quite simply, the cloud is going to be where everyone worldwide puts their data from now on, asserted the CTO of Amazon Web Services.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter to rant over the rumored exclusivity deal between Amazon and AT&T, digging up the ghost of the Facebook phone in the process.
Amazon has a lot of parts that could make a smartphone a success, but questions abound. Here's a look at six big ones.
So far it doesn't look like there's room for a third wheel in the smartphone arena. The once iconic BlackBerry has withered on the vine, while Microsoft's Windows Phone is suffering from a distinct failure to launch, but Amazon's different approach to hardware gives it a real chance.
According to reports, US carrier AT&T will be the only company which will host Amazon's smartphone, expected to be unveiled this week.