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The CEO of Penguin Group gave testimony in Apple’s e-book price-fixing trial that could both help and hurt the Cupertino-based company’s defense.
Amazon is planning a major roll-out of its online grocery business, which it has been quietly working on for years.
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Data shows that Netflix is still on top of Hulu and Amazon in subscription streaming, but those others are clawing their way up.
Apple argued in court Monday that the government was spinning Steve Jobs' words without his consent in the "bizarre" e-book antitrust case.
Does a shrinking Mac reseller inventory indicate that Apple is preparing to debut new Macs at the Worldwide Developers Conference?
Amazon.com Inc. employees in Germany are going on strike for the third time since May 14, pressuring the Internet retailer to increase wages and recognize collective bargaining agreements.
Apple goes to court Monday to fight its e-book conspiracy allegations even while the other five book publishers have already settled.
Is Apple destined to lose the e-book antitrust trial?
Amazon may have already established itself as the most powerful force in the cloud, which some expect to be a market of $152 billion within ten years.
Amazon provides a convenient, efficient, and pocket-friendly retail experience to consumers and companies worldwide. The stock has been on a powerful run over the last decade, which has taken it to all-time highs.
If the dot-com crash at the beginning of the millennium taught us anything, it's that no one can fully predict in what ways technology will change the world.
Apple’s mobile devices lead all other devices in the number of ad impressions processed, according to a new report from Millennial Media.
With PC sales on the decline, tablets are picking up the slack as the technology of choice for cost and size savvy consumers all over the world.
There is a lot that needs to be done to close down tax loopholes that cost countries trillions each year. Bill Gates supports a discussion on the matter.
Fox's reality TV head has stated the departure came on his own terms, and said that he wants to take advantage of the rapidly changing marketplace. What does that entail?
Netflix provides innovative entertainment services using Internet mediums to excited consumers across the nation. The stock has witnessed a strong bid that may be sending it towards testing previous all-time high price levels.
Is Apple being unfairly targeted by its own government? Apple and various departments of the U.S. government have been sharing some news headlines lately, and it’s not for good reasons.
Many of Apple’s email records are now publicly available for perusal thanks to the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against the Cupertino-based company. Naturally, some of the most interesting emails are the ones written by Apple’s legendary CEO Steve Jobs.
Amazon has recently increased its mobile application reach in the ongoing battle with Apple and Google for the clicks of mobile app download customers around the world.
HP is going to launch a 20 inch tablet-slash-all-in-one-PC, and it could help Microsoft find a tablet niche for Windows 8
While Google claims it doesn't find competition with competitors interesting or rewarding, it has been copying Amazon's every move in a battle to compete with Amazon's success in e-commerce.
Apple got a glimpse of what may lie ahead in the e-book price-fixing trial that it is currently preparing for, when the federal judge who is overseeing the trial took the unusual step of sharing her opinion on the merits of the Department of Justice’s case.
Growing competition from other tablets hasn't harmed sales of Apple's iPad, which still accounts for 9 out of every 10 tablets sold on e-commerce websites.
Is Apple obscuring its actual tax rate behind a web of offshore profit shifting?
Here's a compilation of the recent rumors that surround the expected release of Apple's newest smartphone.
Amazon may be able to make money on something formerly unprofitable: fan fiction. It could change the way story worlds are invented.
Pearson PLC's book publishing arm, Penguin Group, has settled antitrust charges related to a deal made with Apple, agreeing to pay $75 million in damages to consumers over the way it priced electronic books.
Tax evasion is costing governments trillions and could set them on course to close up all the loopholes soon.
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