Thou shalt not poach
Microsoft said it has hired a former Amazon cloud executive to run its cybersecurity operations, potentially setting in motion a legal battle between the two tech giants.
Worried about relying on a handful of companies
Big cloud suppliers like Amazon, Google and Microsoft might have to comply with resilience standards and testing if they want to flog their services to British banks.
Will monitor use
Amazon.com plans to take a more proactive approach to determine what types of content violate its cloud service policies, such as rules against promoting violence, and enforce its removal.
Tells delivery partners not to screen for marijuana use
Amazon.com has a solution for a potentially crippling shortage of delivery drivers by recruiting dope smokers.
It's what happens when your CEO is trying to get into orbit
It seems that Amazon might be playing the price for its CEO’s obsession about getting into space.
Bitcoin investors are getting desperate
Desperate to stop haemorrhage losses in Bitcoin value, some wise guy thought it a wizard idea to spread a rumour that Amazon was going to start accepting the monopoly money.
Beta for MMO New World
Amazon bricked high-end graphics cards with a beta for its MMO, New World, according to players.
Security is someone else’s problem
Online delivery outfit Amazon is hacked off with ringing doorbells and having its drivers waiting in the street to gain access to apartments.
Takes down app which helped people spot the fakes
Apple has removed Fakespot, a well-known app for detecting fake product reviews, from its App Store after Amazon complained the app provided misleading information and potential security risks.