Rivals worry about Amazon support
Software King of the World Microsoft is doing rather well in the cloud wars because some of the bigger retailers are worried about handing over their cash to rival Amazon.
Helping parents off their kids with medieval illnesses
Amazon has been named and shamed as one of the companies which have been helping to transmit false “anti-vax” medical advice.
Paying tax is socialism in the US
While millions of middle and lower class Americans have just discovered that they are paying more tax under new Republican tax cuts, they will be no doubt overjoyed that Amazon's tax bill was nothing this year.
Rivian now valued at $1-2 billion
Amazon and General Motors want to invest in Rivian Automotive in a deal that would value the US electric truck manufacturer at between $1 billion and $2 billion.
All your mesh home routers are belong to us
Amazon has announced that it's acquiring Eero, the maker of mesh home routers.
We made it there we can make it anywhere
Online retailer Amazon is exploring alternatives to locating part of its new headquarters in New York in case the plan should fail due to local opposition.
We have pictures of you cheating on your wife now say we are not Trump's attack dogs or we publish
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos has accused the owner of the National Enquirer of trying to blackmail him with the threat of publishing “intimate photos” he allegedly sent to his girlfriend unless he said in public that the supermarket tabloid’s reporting on him was not politically motivated.
You are all human scum
Amazon's AI-driven Alexa took the first steps towards a robot uprising on Wednesday by ignoring the requests of its users.
Ordinary people buy an Oracle licence
Oracle’s Larry Ellison is still rather miffed that Amazon has turned off its Oracle data warehouse in favour of its own software.
Considered them exempt from privacy rules
Facebook documents, found by the New York Times, show that the social network considered Microsoft, Spotify, Netflix, and the Royal Bank of Canada business partners and effectively exempted them from its privacy rules.