The UK’s competition watchdog has cleared the way for Amazon to take a stake in food delivery company Deliveroo after finding it would not deal a major blow to competition in the sector.
Three more people have tested positive for coronavirus as part of a cluster of cases in the Greater Glasgow area.
People living in Inverclyde should not be scared to use pharmacies, Scotland’s national clinical director has said, after one was linked to a cluster of coronavirus cases.
The bosses of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have fended off accusations that their companies stifle competition, under intense questioning from politicians who have been investigating Big Tech’s market dominance.
Amazon is to make its Amazon Fresh service free to Prime subscribers, as it looks to rapidly expand the grocery delivery business across the UK.
Amazon’s superhero drama series The Boys will return for a third season, the streaming giant has announced.
A scam where fraudsters pose as Amazon customer service staff to steal personal information has been flagged by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI).
Amazon said it mistakenly sent an email to employees telling them to delete the popular video app TikTok from their phones.
Residents in the north-east are urged to be vigilant over an Amazon telephone scam.
Three series of the raunchy period drama Harlots will air on BBC Two, it has been announced.
Hollywood star Dermot Mulroney admitted he needed help balancing charm and menace while playing a villain in Amazon’s action drama series Hanna.
The competition watchdog has called for new fines and the threat of break-ups for tech giants with dominant positions in the advertising space.
Times Radio launched with an interview with Boris Johnson as listeners were invited to see how the station “evolves over time”.
Amazon will be allowed to buy a stake in British takeaway company Deliveroo, even though the company is no longer at risk of collapse, the merger watchdog has ruled.
Amazon has announced the creation of a new Counterfeit Crimes Unit which will be responsible for finding and pursuing those attempting to sell fake goods on the site.
Doug Gurr leaves Amazon after nearly nine years to join the Natural History Museum, having run online operations in China and latterly the UK as country manager at the online giant.
The BBC will televise Manchester City’s away match against Southampton on July 5.
Amazon has revealed that its Echo Auto device is now available in the UK after first being made available in America in 2018.
Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson has revealed comedians taking part in her wild new show had to undertake “psychological counselling” as a result.
Officials in the US states of California and Washington are reviewing Amazon’s business practices to determine whether the company is violating any laws with respect to the independent merchants who sell goods on its site, according to reports.
Amazon is to ban police use of its facial recognition software for a year to allow US politicians time to devise legislation to regulate the technology, the firm has said.
Amazon will ban police use of its facial recognition software for a year to allow US lawmakers time to devise legislation to regulate the technology, the firm has said.
Reese Witherspoon has said her latest TV project alongside Kerry Washington is a “big testament to female partnership”.
Sir Sam Mendes has called on streaming services that are “making lockdown millions” to help the arts that have been “mortally wounded” during the coronavirus crisis.
A north-east man has admitted running a home-grown cannabis operation using equipment purchased from Amazon.
People are more than twice as likely to be misled into buying poor quality goods online due to the influence of fake reviews, a consumer experiment suggests.
Woody Allen says he is unconcerned that some in the film industry have turned their backs on him.
An independent record store has reported significant growth in CD and vinyl sales over the past two months, suggesting more people are embracing listening to music in lockdown.
Consumers looking to buy clippers to cut their hair at home during lockdown have been warned about the dangers of dodgy goods sold by third parties through online marketplaces.
British supermarkets have warned Brazil that they could stop sourcing products from the country if a new law which threatens the Amazon is passed.