Amazon announced that it will be providing an ad-supported music selection through Amazon Music to Alexa-enabled devices.
Amazon has announced it will be shutting down its marketplace on Amazon.cn in China and will instead focus on providing mainland consumers with overseas products.
After a years-long legal battle, Apple and Qualcomm have decided to drop all litigation with the other worldwide.
In a perfectly timed announcement, Microsoft revealed a new version of its Xbox One S that eliminates the Blue-ray drive to provide "all-digital" gaming.
Savant's lighting and energy control modules were designed to deliver individual load-level control throughout the home as well as utility-grade reporting of energy usage data.
The Vivint Outdoor Camera Pro with Smart Sentry enables homeowners to detect people who are lingering too close and too long around their home.
Best Buy announced its plans to promote Corrie Barry to CEO effective June 11, 2019. Several analysts provided their thought on the decision, and what the future of the company will look like after Hubert Joly.
Disney revealed plans to launch its own streaming media service in the U.S. on November 12. Disney+ will offer some of Disney's most-loved classics in addition to several new original series and films.
Target is now offering a checkout option for multi-item orders that would reduce the amount of packages a customer receives.
The Google Cloud Next event has been buzzing with announcements of new services including Google Cloud for Retail. The cloud service will offer personalized recommendations to customers and provide simple ways to shop for related products.
TVision Home, which is set to launch in eight markets on April 14, claims to be an upgraded and rebranded version of T-Mobile's Layer3 TV.
Sears has announced it will be opening three "home and life" stores in Alaska, Louisiana, and Kansas ahead of Memorial Day 2019.
Crosley Radio has announced the availability of its 3-inch mini turntable, the RSD3 ahead of Record Store Day on April 13.
Amazon appears to be testing out its shipping and logistics service for a select few third-party sellers in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
Thanks to a new update from version 1809 of Windows 10, users no longer need to click the "safe to remove" button before physically removing a USB.