The secondhand-goods marketplace is the latest e-commerce site to tap the buoyant initial public offering market, while the pandemic squeezes brick-and-mortar retailers.
Amazon cant use its cloud-computing businesss AWS logo in China, a Beijing court ruled, the latest headache for a company that has already been hampered by Chinese regulations and rivals.
Big tech companies are getting into the custom chip-making game in the hunt for improved performance and lower costs, shifting the balance of power in the industry.
Amazons cloud division is introducing new features to make it easier for call-center agents to help customers amid growing demand for cloud-based customer-service centers.
The antitrust lawsuit filed against Google this week is focused mostly on the consumer business, but it also will have implications for the enterprise tech market where Google aspires to a greater role.
Microsoft will help connect and deploy new services using swarms of low-orbit spacecraft being proposed by SpaceX, part of an initiative targeting commercial and government space businesses that comes just months after Amazon disclosed its own space-focused effort.
Roughly half of 800 global business executives in a McKinsey survey said the pandemic has prompted their firms to accelerate the implementation of e-commerce tools, mobile apps, chatbots and automation.
Spending on China-based cloud services hit a record high in the second quarter as Chinese companies increased the use of online business tools in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
Retailers more than ever are leaning on cloud computing to capitalize on a surge in online shopping without overloading their information-technology systems.