Here's why you may want to opt-out of Amazon's new shared network.
COVID-19 may strengthen the case for universal basic income, or an idea like it.
The billionaires are both looking to the stars, but each has a different dream for space colonization.
"We seem to be racing toward a new configuration of government and industry without having fully thought through all of the implications," Steve Aftergood, director of the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists, told MIT Technology Review.
The new feature uses Amazon's neural text-to-speech technology, which allows it to produce phrases that weren't priorly recorded.
The move comes one day before more than 1,500 Amazon employees are set to walk off the job as part of the global climate strikes.
The strike is poised to happen on Amazon's upcoming "Prime Day."
The report comes amid calls for antitrust investigations into big tech.
Elon Musk took issue with recent ideas for space exploration from Jeff Bezos.
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com, explains his plan for success.
And you thought red-light cameras were bad...
The rocket reached an altitude of 51 miles, meeting the Federal Aviation Administration's definition of space.
Walgreens now competes with Amazon and CVS in the race to dominate the prescription delivery market.
As it turns out, the effects of the minimum wage increase are more nuanced than previously espoused.
At what point does spending billions on rocket technology seem irresponsible to those suffering on Earth?
Amazon raised its minimum wage for US workers to $15 per hour. Then, it took a bunch of other benefits away in what's being called a "stealth tax."
Political pressure works, y'all!
Economist Jeffrey Sachs discusses how the megarich can help millions of children by donating 1 percent of their wealth.
The three behemoth companies are teaming up to disrupt the U.S. health care industry, a move that spooked the markets on the morning of the announcement.
Amazon's blockbuster purchase of Whole Foods will lead to big changes in how we shop.
A patent filed for Amazon's "airborne fulfillment centers" reveals the e-commerce giant's plans for the future of delivery.