Google is about to make an important move into the e-commerce space.
The search giant’s acquisition of e-tailer Amazon’s e-commercia unit last year has been credited with creating a new category of online shopping, which Google hopes will attract shoppers who are looking for something new, fast, and cheap.
That is a market that’s been largely ignored by traditional retailers, and many observers are skeptical that Amazon’s market share is sustainable.
However, Amazon is reportedly looking to boost its e-shop sales by as much as 10 percent annually in the next five years, which could lead to the arrival of Amazon Prime, an online-only service that offers access to all sorts of discounts, including shipping and shipping and handling.
That’s a big step for Google, which in the past has focused on its own e-stores, including Google Home and Google Docs, and has largely ignored the competition.
That’s why the deal seems to be an important one for Google as it continues to develop its ecommerce strategy.
But Amazon’s new e-selling business may also open up new opportunities for Google to monetize the cloud computing and cloud storage services that Google owns, which is increasingly important for companies like Amazon.
Amazon’s cloud computing services have been a huge source of revenue for the company in the last few years, and it has invested billions of dollars into cloud computing infrastructure and other technologies.
That has helped Google to become the second-largest cloud provider, after Microsoft, and its eCommerce unit is one of the largest in the world.
Google could potentially use Amazon’s cloud to generate some of the revenue that Amazon will eventually have to pay to customers.
In the meantime, Amazon could try to leverage Google’s cloud-based business model and try to get its own cloud computing products into Google’s online stores.
Google’s deal with Amazon is likely to be a key element of that strategy, but it is also likely to provide Amazon with a way to make money off of Google’s services without being seen as a monopoly by competitors.
But while the deal is big for Google and Amazon, it’s not necessarily a big deal for Google or for Amazon.
Google has a long history of being a consumer-centric company, and the sale of its e commerce unit is unlikely to be the end of Google as an online seller.