Amazon opens up Sidewalk network for developer testing
Amazon announced Tuesday that it has opened up its low-bandwidth, long-range network Amazon Sidewalk for developer testing. The coverage extends to more than 90% of the U.S.
Everything you need to know about artificial intelligence: What is it used for?
Artificial intelligence is one of the most revolutionary technologies to emerge out of Silicon Valley in the last few years and has the potential to change everyday life.
Amazon reportedly considering purchase of AMC Entertainment
Amazon is reportedly looking into the potential purchase of AMC Entertainment and its chain of movie theaters as a means of boosting its physical marketing presence.
Lyft founders to step down, former Amazon exec named new CEO
Lyft's co-founders are transitioning away from their leadership positions later this year and the company announced David Risher, a former Amazon executive, would become CEO.
Amazon to cut 9,000 more jobs amid 'uncertain economy'
Amazon is eliminating an additional 9,000 roles as it works to streamline its costs and headcount. The company is trying to weather the uncertain economy.
Amazon, Rivian in talks to end exclusivity part of delivery-van pact
Amazon.com Inc. and Rivian Automotive are revisiting their exclusive electric van deal as the electric truck maker seeks to sell to others, The Wall Street Journal reported exclusively, citing people familiar with the matter.
Yeti coolers, gear cases sold by Dicks, Amazon recalled over magnet ingestion risk
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced that tens of thousands if Yeti coolers and gear cases are being recalled because of a magnetic ingestion hazard.
Meta to cut thousands more employees as soon as this week: report
Meta Inc., the parent of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, could announce thousands of more cuts as soon as this week, following the company's largest ever cuts just months ago.
Eye drops recalled over non-sterility: FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is recalling more eye drops due to concerns of "non-sterility." The Purely Soothing, 15% MSM Drops were sold worldwide.
Amazon Go stores to close in cities coast to coast
Amazon is permanently closing some Amazon Go stores in Seattle, San Francisco and New York City, April 1, but new stores are opening as well.
Amazon pausing Virginia construction of second headquarters
Amazon has announced a pause on plans to develop a second headquarters in Arlington, Virginia after finding its Met Park facility capable of accommodating workers in the foreseeable future.
Investors have nowhere to hide as inflation roils markets: Scott Redler
Nuveen chief investment strategist Brian Nick and T3 Trading chief strategist Scott Redler discuss whether the market has been persuaded the Fed will keep raising rates on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Amazon employees will be able to use stock as collateral for home loans
Amazon historically has given less cash compensation to employees than its big-tech peers and tried to make up the difference with restricted stock units.
Amazon selling products containing donkey meat: lawsuit
Amazon is being sued by the Center for Contemporary Equine Studies for allegedly selling products that contain ejiao, or donkey gelatin, on its website.
FTC alleges supplement company ‘Hijacked’ Amazon reviews to boost sales
The FTC said Bountiful had ‘hijacked’ consumer ratings from some of its products to benefit others. Bountiful said consumers weren’t misled about supplements.
Amazon stock drop has workers facing pay squeeze
Corporate employees for tech-giant Amazon will see a 15-50% drop in salaries in 2023 due to the stock’s underperformance in 2022.
Robert Duvall joins protests against Amazon data center
Amazon has pledged $35 billion to expand its concentration of data centers in Northern Virginia, but is receiving pushback from protestors -- including actor Robert Duvall.
Amazon workers expected to be in person 'majority of the time,' CEO says
Amazon employees will now be expected to come into the office at least three days a week starting in May, CEO Andy Jassy told employees in a note on Friday.
Amazon to double down on grocery business despite recent setbacks
Amazon has intentions of “doubling down” on its physical grocery business when the company lands on the format it likes, Andy Jassy indicated to the Financial Times.
Tech giants’ cloud pains aren’t shared equally
Amazon’s CEO has cited reduced mortgage volume and cryptocurrency trading as factors affecting usage of the company’s AWS cloud service in the recent quarter.