Given that there are approximately a gazillion Android-based tablets on the market, you'd expect the Android hardware market for tablets would be massively fragmented. Think again.
Editor's Pick Amazon is giving itself an unfair advantage, third-party merchants say, by deleting negative feedback pertaining to shipping problems -- but only when merchants use Amazon's own shipping service.
Target is trying to put a stop to showrooming, but it needs to try a bit harder.
Online retail giant Amazon is introducing its popular Prime membership program to Canadian consumers, the company announced today.
I guess we're just not as advanced as we think we are. Or, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Editor's Pick The consummate entrepreneur, and the successful writer: put the two together, and you've got someone who budding authors should listen to about what it means to write books in 2013. Especially ... if you actually want to sell any.
The discount wars between Walmart and Best Buy continue to rage -- and Best Buy is mad as hell
Amazon has signed an agreement with A&E Networks that will make TV shows from A&E, Bio, History, and Lifetime channels available to watch on Prime Instant Video. Now you can finally watch Pawn Stars, Storage Wars, and Dance Moms on Prime.
Lookout Mobile brought its mobile security app to a new tablet today: the Kindle Fire.
Looks like Santa likes green robots with colorful googly eyes.
Amazon's use of the words "app store" in its marketing is not false advertising, a judge has ruled.
Amazon is aiming to become the student's best friend with a big discount on the Kindle Fire 8.9.
In every year, there are winners and losers: companies, devices, operating systems. Here's our look at some of the biggest successes and failures of 2012.
Guest Post I believe that this is the year when the enterprise will find its way to the cloud.
Editor's Pick Before you read our forecast for 2013, take a look at how we did on last year's predictions.
Amazon retained its industry-leading 88 percent satisfaction score from 2011 in the study, which asked more than 24,000 consumers about their online shopping experiences between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
According to a new report, advocates of the printed page are an increasingly rare breed.
Advertising and analytics company Chitika released its December 2012 tablet market update, and the numbers aren't great for any tablet that doesn't start with the letter I.
Simple code and a love for gifts made this man create a bot that can send and pay for Amazon orders on its own.
The biggest piece of data revealed by the company was the number of packages it sold on the peak day of 2012. On November 26, Amazon sold 26.5 million items worldwide across all product categories.