The on-demand car service declares its loyalty to the credit card company with a new payment integration.
A partnership between the credit card giant and the social network is designed to let Amex users make purchases just by tweeting.
Through #AmazonCart, the company can use the mobile heft of Twitter to draw in smartphone shoppers.
Even though the fledgling cryptocurrency is gaining momentum, the e-commerce giant has no plans to start allowing it.
It seems some toes may have been stepped on with Google's debut of its new Wallet app -- American Express never agreed to be included in the upgrade.
That's your post-rebate price, but this is still one of the best deals ever on such a huge drive.
Twitter could soon announce a partnership that would allow retailers to accept payment directly in tweets, according to a report by Recode.
That letter opener might soon go the way of the Dodo bird. According to AmEx, more and more Americans are sending paperless holiday greetings. Some 34 percent plan on sending holiday e-mails and 27 percent plan to simply post on Facebook. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi shares some ways to create digital greeting cards, perfect for sharing your holiday cheer
The Monday after Thanksgiving, better known as "Cyber Monday," is expected to be the most popular shopping day of the year, beating out the traditional Black Friday. According to AmEx, 55 percent of consumers plan to shop online that day versus the 52 percent who will actually go to the stores. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us some tips on navigating the online deals.
Also on deck: the ultimate digital photo frame and a free copy of PCmover.