As it does every September, Amazon today unleashed another amazing collection of Alexa-powered smart home devices.
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The Amazon Halo is the anti-Apple Watch, a fitness band with no display and some understandable privacy concerns.
Amazon announced today that it has released podcast support in Amazon Music in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Japan.
Amazon FreeTime and FreeTime Unlimited are now called Amazon Kids and Amazon Kids+, and each is getting new content and features.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that it will move forward with Microsoft as the winner of its $10 billion JEDI contract.
Walmart today announced a new membership program called Wallmart+ that combines in-store and digital perks similar to Amazon Prime.
Amazon today announced its entry into the health tracking market with a new service called Halo and a new wearable called Halo Band.
Amazon today announced the preview availability of Audible Plus, a lower-cost tier of the firm’s audiobook subscription service.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has weighed in on the antitrust scrutiny facing Big Tech. His take: They all “deserve rude, unfair, and tough questions."
Canada and Germany have both launched separate antitrust investigations into Amazon’s business practices related to third-party sellers.
Amazon today announced that it is rebranding its Twitch Prime service to Prime Gaming to keep it more inline with the firm’s other Prime perks.
In the wake of its legal challenge to Google, Sonos has finally gone after the market leader, Amazon, albeit indirectly.
Lawmakers in the EU have had it with Apple and other Big Tech firms unfairly favoring their own offerings over those of rivals.
Yesterday, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Google’s Sundar Pichai all testified before Congress.
Companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google use a strategy called “copy, acquire, kill” to eliminate potential rivals. Sound familiar?
At its Alexa Live 2020 virtual event today, Amazon has announced dozens of new features for developers targeting the Alexa voice assistant.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that its CodeGuru toolset for web developers is now generally available.
An Amazon Prime Video app is now available for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store. It’s virtually identical to the web experience.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the EU will soon bring antitrust charges against Amazon for its illegal treatment of third-party sellers.
Amazon has sued Google to prevent a former Amazon executive from taking a job in the search giant’s Google Cloud business.
Microsoft’s Frank Shaw today alleged that Amazon continues to fight the DOJ’s JEDI contract award out of the public eye.
Grab your popcorn, folks. The battle between Microsoft and Amazon over Microsoft’s DOJ JEDI contract award just got hotter still.
Amazon is releasing its first original games in May, along with interactive games that take advantage of Twitch. It's game streaming service is also said to be launching in 2021.
Amazon-owned Blink launches new $35 home security camera with free cloud storage till the end of the year. It also supports motion detection and two-way audio.
Faced with antitrust scrutiny, Apple has taken its first step back from its controversial 30 percent fee on in-app purchases.
Amazon's personal assistant Alexa can now check your risk level and offer guidance from the CDC by asking you a number of questions at home.
Twitch is apparently not generating enough revenue for Amazon, and so the company is planning to offer its streaming tech as a service to businesses in an effort to make more money off Twitch.