Amazon is reportedly prepping a tablet that could launch sometime before October.
Amazon is launching an ad-supported version of its popular Kindle 3G on the AT&T network for a flat fee of $139.
In a world where 'unlimited' is starting to fall out of favor, Amazon is offering a refreshing deal.
Amazon is allowed to continue using the term "Appstore" for its third-party online outlet for Android apps.
Amazon's terminated its associates program in California in an attempt to prevent a new sales tax there - an attempt which failed, as the bill was signed into law just hours later.
Apple is not off to a good start in its trademark case against Amazon.
Best Buy is set to launch its own cloud-based music playing and storage service.
The #1 online retailer wants to expand its internal product offerings.
Just as the world prepares for HTC's glasses-free 3D phone, LG is ready to release its one as well.
In 1989, a copy of the so-called Hebrew Bible sold for over two and a half million dollars - and that wasn't even authorized by Jesus.
Watch out Groupon, move over Facebook Deals, mega retailer Amazon.com is now in line for a piece of the daily deals pie with the (quiet) launch of AmazonLocal.
Whether you choose to admit it or not, America is stuck in a dangerous economic loop. That’s why Amazon’s tax battles with states like California are so important.
Amazon has launched a Mac-only section of its app store, in competition with Apple's five-month-old Mac App Store.
Following announcements related to the Nook and Kobo, Amazon has some Kindle news to share.
Amazon says that, for the first time, it's now selling more Kindle books than print books.
AT&T has finally removed the shackles that prevented its customers from using the Amazon Appstore.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a high-end tablet - dubbed "Hollywood" - that will be powered by Nvidia's upcoming Kal-El quad-core processor.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has poured a lot of fuel to the fire this week in the growing rumors that the online retailer is planning a feature-rich tablet device.
Live from the Google IO conference, the company has officially embarked on a new frontier in entertainment, launching movie rentals in the Android Marketplace and the long anticipated Google Music.
Later today, Google is expected to launch its long-awaited digital music service, pitting it head to head with Amazon, which launched its own cloud-based music service in March.