Your delivery is potentially dead or alive
Amazon is apparently building its own quantum computer.
Too many threads brought down the cloud
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has revealed the actual cause of the massive outage that impacted thousands of online sites and services, including Amazon's own services, last week.
They need to do more, claim UK MPs
Global giants such as Amazon and Apple should be made responsible for helping to collect, recycle and repair their products to cut the 155,000 tonnes of electronic waste being thrown away each year in the UK, according to MPs.
Coordinated protests worldwide
Amazon warehouse workers and social and environmental justice activists around the world are staging a series of coordinated protests, strikes, and actions to demand the online retailer respect workers' rights to participate in union activity, stop circumventing tax laws, and commit to higher environmental standards, according to the event's organisers.
Activity boosted by 50 percent
Online retail giant Amazon, which has been operating during the French lockdown, has seen a boost in activity by 40-50 per cent.
Car control on the cloud
Dutch chipmaker NXP Semiconductors has entered a strategic relationship with Amazon.com’s cloud computing unit to help cars communicate with data centres.
Europe watchdog barks
The European Commission is expected to file formal antitrust charges against Amazon.com today over its dual role as a marketplace for merchants and as a retailer competing to sell the same products.
Europe's antitrust watchdog barks
Splitting up large tech companies such as Google and Facebook will not be necessary, Europe’s antitrust chief said on Sunday.
Amazon and Apple face German antitrust scrutiny over a policy that excludes independent sellers of brand products on the online market place.