The company needs more users to engage with its app -- and its content partners.
Spoiler alert: It has a lot to do with advertising.
The cloud wars are getting brutal.
The stock market is booming, but these newly minted stocks aren't feeling the love.
The future looks bright.
The countries are ripe for Amazon's devices.
The tech giant has long kept the integration of its software and hardware firmly in its own control.
He's not hysterical, just really concerned.
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Forget the killer-robot talk for now.
The company is trying to stay ahead of its competitors' streaming hardware, even as it builds out its platform revenue.
The company isn't taking any chances.
The evidence doesn't back him up.
The company is quickly ramping up its smart city partnerships as it prepares for a burgeoning connected city market in China and beyond.
Its purchase of Germany-based dating app Lovoo gives the company a major boost in user numbers, opens new avenues for international growth, and shifts its revenue balance away from advertising.
London's decision to not renew Uber's license won't stop the company from going public, but it could hurt revenue. And it sets a precedent for other cities to follow.
The chipmaker won't create its own standalone virtual reality headset, but that doesn't mean its VR plans are dead.
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The company had an impairment charge in the fourth quarter, but net income and earnings for the full fiscal year jumped by double-digit percentages.
The companies have flirted for years, but this time things look more serious.