In May 2017, Iflix Arabia became the latest in a line of players to enter the video-streaming market in the Middle East, aiming to capitalise on the region’s ravenous appetite for entertainment, increasing broadband penetration, and demographic demand for digital streaming.
Facebook has plans to launch original TV programmes by “late summer” according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods Market has demonstrated its ambition to dominate both online and brick-and-mortar retail.
In a demonstration against the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) efforts to scrap net neutrality laws, Amazon, Netflix, Pornhub, Reddit and many other large websites are banding together to promote a day of action on 12 July 2017.
Walmart, the world’s largest company by revenue, will buy men’s fashion retailer Bonobos for $310m.
Tech giant Google could be fined more than €1bn from Brussels for abusing its online search dominance to direct customers to its own Google Shopping service.
E-commerce giant Amazon said on Friday that it had agreed to buy Whole Foods, the upmarket grocery chain in a $13.7bn (£10.7bn) deal.
The communications platform Slack, which aims to disrupt emails, could be bought by Amazon in a deal which would value the startup at $9bn.
Cord-cutting — ditching your TV subscription for online services — is gaining momentum, especially in the US and for pay-TV operators the two options are becoming increasingly clear: adapt or die.
Cloud computing continues to get adopted by enterprises of all sizes, in every corner of the globe.
The 27-year-old popstar Taylor Swift, worth an estimated $280m, will let the digital music service Spotify stream her songs again after three years.
As network operators embrace digital transformation, cloud billing is becoming an increasingly vital way to compete with the likes of Amazon and Google.
US technology giants Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook have taken the top five places in a new ranking of the world’s most valuable brands.
You can’t miss a Doddle store when you see one — the click and collect pickup stores are bright purple and, well, usually empty.
Amazon is working to build its fashion arm in the UK.
Tech giant Amazon will offer a new perk to Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK — the chance to buy tickets for live gigs.
Household appliances are being revolutionised by technology, shortening the time spent on chores and young people are already on board.
Debenhams has revealed a fall in domestic operating profit of 11 percent for its first half – a too familiar story for the department store.
Advertisers spent $72.5bn on digital marketing in the US last year, an increase of 22 percent from 2015, according to a report by consultancy firm PwC for the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB).
Amazon has announced it will create 1,200 new jobs at a new fulfilment centre in Warrington, UK.
Walmart, the world’s largest brick and mortar store, is buying up e-commerce companies to compete with major rival, Amazon.
Department store giants Debenhams and House of Fraser have said they are reviewing their stable of private label clothing brands following weak performances – a task they, and M&S, already carried out in 2016 but not severely enough.
The US media is “the enemy of the people,” the US president Donald Trump declared after less than a month in office.
The labour union for Japanese courier firm Yamato Transport has demanded parcel volumes be curbed, as drivers are struggling to meet delivery demands.
In one of its most enterprising deals to date, tech giant Amazon won the rights to stream Thursday night National Football League (NFL) games.
Amazon is considering opening physical stores for its furniture offer.
Amazon’s chief executive Jeff Bezos has been forging ahead with Blue Origin’s space exploration plans.
Marriott, the international hotel chain, is testing artificial intelligence digital voice assistants, but do people really want them?
Google Home, the search engine’s hands-free voice activated smart assistant will be unveiled next month.