Amazon's cloud gaming service finally leaves the rumor mill. Meet Project Tempo.
The stated delivery dates on Amazon for many popular PC components like CPUs, motherboards and cases have recently gone from the usual handful of days, to nearly a month.
Microsoft and Facebook told employees in Seattle to stay home as coronavirus spreads throughout the city.
Amazon issued warnings to its customers saying the Honey browser extension represents a security risk and should be uninstalled immediately.
A security company discovered that an unsecured Amazon Web Services cloud bucket exposed applications dating back to 2017.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has reportedly started to investigate Amazon Web Services over antitrust concerns.
AWS' Braket quantum computing cloud service gives researchers, developers and businesses access to quantum computers built by D-Wave and more.
Amazon said that Prime Day 2019 put up greater sales numbers than last year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
The EU is reportedly planning to open a formal investigation into the retailer "within days" as part of its efforts to better regulate US tech companies.
Amazon reportedly several new products in the works, including an Alexa home robot that could potentially follow you around your home.
Amazon wants the FCC to give it the go-ahead to launch 3,236 satellites that would be used to establish a globe-spanning internet network.
Amazon confirmed that it plans to create a satellite constellation that could provide internet access to tens of millions of people via Project Kuiper.
UpGuard revealed that information about 540 million Facebook users gathered by Cultura Colectiva was publicly accessible via an unprotected Amazon S3 bucket.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told journalists that the company will bring Cortana to Amazon and Google's smart speaker platforms rather than competing with them.
In a massive data privacy mistake, Amazon shared more than around 1,700 recordings from a user's Alexa voice assistant with another person due to "human error."
Amazon is reportedly testing a new "Part Finder" tool on some product pages to help its holiday shoppers find out if a component is compatible with their setup.
Amazon's digital assistant, Alexa, is now available as an app for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store.