Jeff Bezos says Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are "worth a lot and they know it."
Technically Incorrect: Amazon's CEO says he doesn't measure drone delivery's arrival in months. He does say, though, that he expects the service to be ubiquitous.
Amazon and Netflix are funding their own TV shows and movies to win your favour, and they're betting on star power to do it.
Four months after Jeremy Clarkson was fired from the BBC for punching a producer, Amazon confirms the three "Top Gear" presenters will be back on Amazon Prime Instant Video in 2016.
We spoke with Amazon's Helen Cowley about the pilot shows vying for your votes, finding fresh talent and signing the "Top Gear" boys.
There are many ways to watch a presidential debate -- the most amusing, of course, being with one eye affixed to Twitter, frantically refreshing, tweeting and retweeting. With emoji.
The deal shows how important mapping and location data are to the future of the car industry, particularly in the coming era of self-driving cars.
We discuss reactions to Microsoft's new operating system, GameSpot's Sarah Lynch explains the tech situation in the new "Mission Impossible" movie and more.
The business reviews site has suffered a string of blows this week, including the departure of its high-profile board chairman. Can it regain its footing?
When the BBC fired "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson, it thought it could keep him from creating a competing show on any other UK network for two years; unfortunately, nobody thought to bar him (and his co-hosts) from making an online-only show with Amazon.