Online retailer Zappos announced late Sunday that criminal hackers broke into its systems and had access to personal information on potentially more than 24 million customer accounts.
An anonymous actress who sued Amazon.com and its Internet Movie Database for revealing her age has revealed her identity.
With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to think about that shopping list. Here are a few gift ideas for those creative types.
Uncovering worthy gifts for the adventurous world traveler can be difficult. From a travel diary to a language course to a tricked-out Nikon camera, presents that are both fun and useful are the way to go.
Amazon is facing a boycott by a coalition of nonprofit organizations over the company’s opposition to a new Internet sales tax law.
While many lawmakers expect an estimated $200 million windfall from firms that maintain a “physical presence” in California, former State Senator George Runner is not one of them.
Gov. Jerry Brown has abandoned his plan for a special election that could have extended tax hikes. Instead, he says Democrats have agreed on a new budget plan that they can pass without Republican support.
Lady Gaga sold more than 1.1 million copies of her new album “Born This Way” and set a digital sales record last week — with an assist from Amazon.com.
Some visitors to Amazon’s site received a busy signal Monday when they tried to download the digital version of Lady Gaga’s new album, “Born This Way,” which the online retailer was selling for 99 cents.
Amazon.com Inc. on Thursday said that, after less than four years of selling electronic books, it’s now selling more of them than printed books.
Amazon.com struggled Friday morning to restore computers used by other major websites such as Reddit as an outage stretched beyond 24 hours.
There are still problems accessing some web sites, because of trouble earlier Thursday at a data center run by Amazon.com.
Amazon.com Inc. wants to be more than a destination for shopping online: It also dreams of being a place where you can store your music, photos and videos and access them any time, from any computer.
Amazon.com Inc. is getting into the app-selling arena by opening an online store to distribute software for smartphones and tablet computers running Google Inc.’s Android operating system.
Google, Twitter and other technology companies are finding ways to help following last week’s earthquake in Japan. Google Inc. has an online “person finder” for people seeking information about a missing person.