Amazon Lab126 Revenue and Competitors

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  • Amazon Lab126's estimated annual revenue is currently $2.1B per year.(i)
  • Amazon Lab126's estimated revenue per employee is $343,000

Employee Data

  • Amazon Lab126 has 6169 Employees.(i)
  • Amazon Lab126 grew their employee count by 14% last year.
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We develop and design wireless electronic reading devices that embrace the traditional book's simplicity, utility, and experience. We want the devices we design and engineer to disappear as you read and to offer capabilities that are only possible through digital technology and wireless connectivity. Starting with Kindle, the technology developed by Lab126 enables users to think of a book, newspaper or blog and begin reading it in less than a minute. We design and engineer tightly integrated products that bring together cutting edge hardware and powerful software to make an unmatched user experience.



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Amazon Lab126 News

2022-04-13 - Coca-Cola Hires Facebook's Head of Legal for General ...

... Inc., Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Co. and IBM Corp. ... counsel at Amazon's research and development company, Amazon Lab126,...

2022-03-30 - Amazon to Ban the Sale of 3D Printers by 2023

David Stafford, as head of the R&D department at Amazon Lab126, is playing a key role in the design and manufacture of the Amazon 3D printer...

2014-03-17 - Amazon’s Set Top Box Will Be A Dongle Like Chromecast, Could Feature OnLive-Style Streaming

Amazon is readying a game console/set top box of its own, and we’ve learned from multiple sources familiar with the device that the Lab126-produced gadget will have a form factor similar to the Chromecast, or in other words it’ll be a stick or dongle as opposed to something like the Apple TV. In ...

2013-01-03 - Amazon’s R&D Group Lab126 Embarks On Hiring Spree As Kindle Business Expands

Amazon’s Lab126, the secretive R&D group behind the Kindle, is apparently on a hiring spree, as noted by the EETimes, which speculates that the organization may be planning to spin out the lab as a stand-alone company. There are currently about 250 job openings available, with most based in Sili ...

2009-02-25 - Kindle 2: Disassemble? No disassemble!

iFixIt has ripped apart their Kindle 2 and splayed its green innards for all to see. Anything amazing? Not much, but now we see the OEM – Lab126 – which is actually Amazon’s in-house design team. The Kindle was designed by Lab126, a secretive Amazon subsidiary based in Cupertino that designs co ...

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