Amazon.com launches Amazon Echo, a speaker you leave on all day and give it voice directions, just like Siri on an Apple iPhone smartphone.
Amazon is testing deliveries via taxis in California, as the Internet retailer explores alternative modes to speed up delivery and cut costs.
Amazon introduces a new benefit for its Prime membership package: Prime Photos, a service that provides free unlimited photo storage in the Amazon Cloud.
Amazon brings its same-day grocery delivery service to New York City after years of testing in Washington state and California.
Amazon will open its first brick-and-mortar store on 34th Street in Manhattan across the street just in time for this year's holiday season.
Coca-Cola wowed fans by bringing back Surge, which sold out at Amazon. PepsiCo should follow, perhaps with Crystal Pepsi, Apple Slice, Josta or Pepsi Blue.
Amazon Instant Video is the third-most-popular streaming service, and the e-tailer last month started testing five new programs. Which are you watching?
Walmart's home page will be customized for your location, weather and search and purchase history. Customization has helped other retailers, such as Amazon.
Amazon is ramping up efforts to offer repair, installation and other services online, tackling a fragmented but potentially rich U.S. market.
Amazon posted a much larger-than-expected loss in the second quarter as it continues its rapid pace of investment in new businesses such as digital content.
Three authors share their experiences in self-publishing and offer advice for other to succeed in the business.
Smartphones are getting bigger and bigger screens, and it's not just to make it easier to play "Candy Crush Saga." Tablet makers, watch out.
Amazon unveils a new smartphone called the Fire Phone that's smaller than the leading Google Android phone, but larger than Apple's iPhone.
Amazon's newest mobile device, a smartphone that may sport a 3D screen, is the retailer's latest attempt to exert influence on how consumers shop online.
Subway will install Keurig brewers at all its sandwich shops, and a credit card data theft has been linked to P.F. Chang's.
Amazon is a bit late to the party with its own smartphone. But if it comes with the holographic 3-D features it's rumored to have, tardiness may not matter.