The Amazon Key for Business solution might espouse efficiency for deliveries, but also raises questions in terms of privacy and security.
The Lion has moved into the Amazon jungle.
Initially banned for a year, now Amazon has decided to ban the use of its facial recognition software by police indefinitely.
With calls for better working conditions and unionising falling on deaf ears, Amazon’s new WorkingWell program is equally tone deaf.
This africast discusses an official Cape Town development that may house Amazon.
After coming under fire its treatment of workers, Amazon is firing back on Twitter, with Jeff Bezos reportedly handing down the instruction.
After 27 years at the helm, Jeff Bezos will step down as CEO of Amazon but he isn’t retiring.
Amazon has outlined how Parler breached AWS’s terms of service in an opposition filing to Parler’s lawsuit.
Three crowns and the Winter Warmer costume are available for Prime members right now.
Democrats within the House Judiciary subcommittee submitted a 449 page antitrust report on four Big Tech firms and why they should be broken up.
The Center for Investigative Reporting has found that between 2016 and 2019, 50 percent more serious injuries occurred at Amazon automated warehouses.
Amazon’s Luna subscription service will ask users to subscribe to individual channels to access some games.
New versions of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword may have been leaked by Amazon.
With a potentially significant antitrust hearing set to start today Stateside, big tech CEOs have issued their opening statements ahead of time.
The new Dash Cart uses a combination of sensors and algorithms to identify items placed inside it and facilitate payments without having to go to cashier.
The agents will work virtually to support Amazon customers in North America and Europe.
Amazon won’t allow police to use Rekognition for a year.
The multi-year agreement with AWS will see Slack becoming a much more alluring tool for development teams.