For those wanting to use 5G to build private network
Amazon has announced the preview of “AWS Private 5G,” which is a new service that aims to make it easy to deploy and manage your own private 5G network.
Apparently the company has been “lobbying” politicians
Five members of Congress called for federal consumer-privacy legislation after a Reuters report published last Friday revealed how Amazon has led an under-the-radar campaign to gut privacy protections in 25 states while amassing a valuable trove of personal data on American consumers.
Since there is no one in space it will leave them with a neighbouring galaxy
Amazon plans to launch its first prototype broadband satellites in Q4 2022, which would be nearly four years after SpaceX launched its first prototype Starlink satellites.
Just need a few more cats
Amazon is officially entering the race to develop a quantum computer, joining US and Chinese rivals in the quest to harness the ability of cats to be both dead and alive.
WD_Black 2TB SN850 PCIe 4.0 down by $190
Western Digital launched rather neat deals over at Amazon.com, giving its WD_Black SN750 and SN850 SSDs a decent price cut.
Also set to rain on their clouds
Draft EU rules to curb the power of Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook should also tackle providers of cloud computing services for possible anti-competitive practices, a study said on Tuesday.
If your brand is unknown you get no protection
Amazon only seems interested in protecting big name brands from counterfeiters and not those who come up with good ideas but are not as famous.
Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Disney back groups opposed to climate change
While their customers believe that they are as green as Greta Thunberg, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Disney, are backing business groups that are fighting climate legislation.
Powered by Xilinx Alveo U30 media accelerator card
One of the key announcements of the Xilinx Adapt 2021 event was the new Amazon EC2 VT1 instance featuring Xilinx Alveo U30 media accelerator card. Amazon is a big customer when it comes to video transcoding, and it also offers these services through its AWS Amazon EC2 VT1 instances.
Pricey and flimsy too
Amazon’s pricey Astro robot appears to have issues with privacy and is so depressed that it will ignore the existence of stairs and chuck itself down them.