After the NSA scandal, most major tech companies have been transparent about which governments are asking for customer data.
The bestselling crime novelist has teamed with an ex-'Wire' producer to make a quality cop show, but the specter of recent police shootings haunts 'Bosch.'
What Amazon’s alternate-reality series may do that your history class probably didn’t.
Jean-Claude Juncker, who was the Luxembourg president for 19 years, is facing mounting criticism
Justice Clarence Thomas wrote on behalf of the court that the screening process is not a "principal activity" of the workers' jobs under a law called the Fair Labor Standards Act.
There is wide public support for making the likes of Amazon and Facebook pay their tax
Campaign group Amazon Anonymous are encouraging shoppers to have an Amazon-free Chrismas
Four illegal logging activists were found dead, bodies hacked apart, and their widows say they know who did it
Sitting on a supply of smartphones, what is next for the e-commerce giant?
German company cancels second delivery drone mission due to inclement weather.
A surge in Facebook stock has made the 30-year-old CEO the world’s 16th richest person
Amazon announced today that it would offer a monthly ebook subscription service. But many of the country's largest publishing houses say they won't participate
The French passed a law to stop Amazon delivering books for free, so they complied. Sort of.
The FTC’s latest complaint against in-app charges targets tech giant Amazon
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos debuted the company’s new smartphone in Seattle.
As Amazon battles publishers over pricing, independent bookstores are mounting an online offensive
A system of concessions introduced in 2000 was supposed to bring order to the logging business in Peru