Someone claiming to be a member of hacker collective Anonymous who previously claimed to take down GoDaddy and Facebook has claimed responsibility for today’s big Amazon’s EC2 cloud outage.
Now parents can control exactly what their kids see on the Kindle Fire HD -- and for how long.
Amazon's EC2 cloud infrastructure has once again had an outage that has partially taken down web services including Reddit, Airbnb, Flipboard, GetGlue, Coursera, and more.
Amazon is streamlining the number of Kindle products in its lineup today by discontinuing some of its older e-ink reader devices.
Microsoft wants .docs, .windows, and .xbox. Amazon -- and 12 other applicants -- wants .app. Seven different companies want .love.
When it comes to tablet engagement, it seems like smaller devices lead to big gains.
Amazon has introduced a new service called Whispercast that will help organizations take better control of content on large amounts of Kindles.
Microsoft's long-term strategy is to win over the large enterprises that are still using traditional disks before Amazon or Rackspace can get to them.
Amazon needs the help as the e-commerce shopping season starts.
Pretty soon, Siri may finally live up to all of those cute TV ads.
Are Amazon's smartphone phone plans at the heart of its rumored purchase of Texas Instruments OMAP chip line? It sure looks that way.
iPad Mini models and prices have been revealed by someone with access to the internal system of Europe's largest electronics retailer, Media Markt.
Amazon is coming clean on some of the problems with the Kindle Paperwhite. Cutting costs, it seems, has its flaws.
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The Assassin's Creed Encyclopedia 2nd Edition covers the franchise's vast and complicated history.
Oh, and the company is growing revenue 20 percent monthly.
Not content with leasing its own headquarters, Amazon will buy the campus for $1.16 billion.
The Kindle Paperwhite is Amazon's best e-reader yet -- but you won't be able to get it for a while.
Barnes & Noble has dropped the price of its back-lit Nook e-reader to $119 from $139 at several retailers to prepare for Amazon's upcoming Kindle Paperwhite, which also retails for $119.
Looking for a Kindle? Well, you won't find one in the country's largest retail store chains anymore.