I think most of us knew that Amazon's Kindle Fire would would be a resounding success when it hit the market.
Deforestation and climate change are having a psofound effect on the Amazon basin, shifting it from a carbon sink to a carbon emitter.
Amazon-owned online shoe retailer Zappos has warned that hackers have accessed the personal information of as many as 24 million of its customers.
Amazon has just set up shop for iPad e-book customers, but plans on giving no cut of its sales to Apple.
Amazon wants publishers to take their e-book efforts to the next level.
Amazon likes to talk about the power of the cloud, but here's something that also takes advantage of the power of the sun.
It seems as if 2011 was the year of the Kindle, with Amazon confirming sales of millions of Kindle Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers over the holiday season.
M-Edge Accessories, which makes cases for the Kindle, has accused Amazon in a lawsuit of acting like a corporate bully.
If you've been disappointed with the limited Android access on Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet, here's some good news.
There have apparently been a few major companies that have voiced interest in acquiring fledgling Blackberry maker Research in Motion.
Not that it should surprise anyone, but Kindle devices are selling incredibly well.
Amazon's Kindle Fire is proving less than popular with many users, with complaints over the lack of external volume control, privacy issues and a clumsy user interface.
Amazon has begun offering a monetary incentive for publishers who make their books exclusive to the Kindle, or at least exclusive for a period of time.
If you think Apple executives are staying up at night cringing at the thought of the Kindle Fire's remarkable sales, you'd be mistaken.
Here we go again. Yes, it’s only been a week or so since pre-orders opened up for the long-awaited Asus Transformer Prime.
If anyone needs proof that Amazon's flagship Android tablet managed to live up to its hype, here are some statistics for you.
As a fellow online powerhouse, Amazon is a natural target for Google, and now the search giant is trying to take on Amazon in its home turf.
The Onion Router (Tor) anonymization network is asking users for help to improve bandwidth.
Not only are more Kindle Fire units getting ready to ship out, but Amazon is also working on newer versions of its flagship Android tablet, according to supply chain reports.
For the holiday season of this year, Amazon is releasing its first Android tablet. Next year, it may release its first Android smartphone.