In mid January 2018, retail giant Walmart announced that they would be cutting over 1,000 corporate jobs. The reason? To reorient itself in an ever evolving retail environment dominated by ecommerce superstar, Amazon.
The new LiveEdu platform is set to launch in 2018 and will start with eight main topics which encompasses several subcategories: Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Game Development, Data Science, Cryptocurrencies, Programming, Design, and Augmented and Virtual Reality.
The latest online records show e-commerce giant registered three blockchain and cryptocurrency related web domains.
During its Q3 2017 Financial Results Teleconference, Amazon didn’t confirm that it planned to introduce Bitcoin payments.
According to James Altucher, experienced trader and venture capitalist, Amazon will start accepting Bitcoin as a new method of payment as early as in October.
All cash deal enables the pioneering exchange to offer combined solution for securely holding and trading digital assets.
With the latest Amazon novelties fintech experts discuss whether the giant can become a new key player on the market.
Amazon has introduced its Dash Wand with Alexa to allow you buy everything.
Called Amazon Echo Show, the new device features a built-in touchscreen that allows users to communicate with their friends by making hands-free video calls.
As Internet of Things continues to expand, the globe’s leading companies are concentrating their efforts on developing the emerging technology.
Amazon will allow customers choosing the products they want and leaving the shop without lines or registers.
A new payment service called Amazon Direct allows Amazon users to pay for purchases in bitcoin.