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The hacker group known as Anonymous released a file on Friday containing about 13,000 passwords, it claims. The stolen account information was posted to Internet file sharing site Ghostbin. That's not the biggest password hack we've ever seen. Show More Summary
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A couple of great deliveries to headquarters. Mr. Wilson Makes it Home Friend and EMT/FF Michael Morse has a new book, Mr. Wilson Makes it Home is now available for order from Amazon.com I am looking forward to reading Michael’s latest book. Leatherman Raptor The Leatherman Raptor was one of the ten EMS1 2014 Gift Ideas. […]
A9, an Amazon company, is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, “We are looking for accomplished engineers with rock solid coding skills along with knowledge in Natural Language Processing (NLP), Computational linguistics, or Machine Learning. Show More Summary
The gift-giving season was very good to Amazon, judging by the e-commerce giant's holiday tallies. It boasted some eye-opening wins, and a revealing look at what and how we shopped during the holidays. While the company can't resistShow More Summary
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This year we’ve seen major acquisitions in the connected home space, tons of chatter around #bendgate, AI entered center stage with Cortana and Amazon’s Echo, and Kim Kardashian is now available in app form. But that’s enough of looking back. Here is what I predict 2015 will bring. Read More
Two days before Christmas Amazon gave the world an early present: the new comedy Mozart in the Jungle. All 10 episodes of the show's first season are available for streaming on Amazon, and if you're looking for a fun little TV snack, this is a great show to binge on.
What to know about the retail giant's holiday season
Amazon stuck with its mystery theme for this year’s holiday sales performance review, saying things like “record-breaking” and “record growth” without really talking about actual solid numbers or dollars. The company did reveal some stats that, even surrounded by an obscuring fog of relative terms, are worth paying attention to. The company signed up over 10… Read More
If you're not already using AmazonSmile when you shop, you should start right now. Smile gives Amazon shoppers a way to donate a small percentage of their purchases to almost any charity they want. Once you sign up at smile.amazon.com and choose a charity, 0.5% of your eligible purchases will be donated. Show More Summary
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Amazon's annual post-holiday list is out, and these are the products we gifted the most! More » These Are 2014?s Most-Gifted Fashion And Beauty Items According To Amazon is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..
Amazon, in its annual press release following Christmas, said customers bought enough Elsa dolls from the Disney movie “Frozen" this holiday season to reach the top of Cinderella’s castle 855 times. The release doesn't offer much insight into Amazon's actual sales or profits, but it does offer some details on the season's more popular gifts..
As we approach a new year, television is a tangle of trends: Networks began "unbundling" their streaming services from their television channels. New (and old) platforms broke ground with scripted series — "Transparent" put Amazon in the Emmy's race and "Outlander" gave Starz a big hit.
Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: The Nasdaq Composite is up half a percent at 4,800.07 after a day off from trading. Gainers include Apple (AAPL), up 85 cents, or 0.8%, at $112.86; Facebook (FB) up 7 cents at $80.84; and Intel (INTC) up 18 cents, half a percent, at $37.62. [...]
Amazon has come out swinging on Boxing Day. The ecommerce behemoth said on Friday that more than 10 million customers had signed up to try its Prime delivery service during the holiday season See also: Amazon Is Unprofitable — and It's...Show More Summary
Another twelve months of Prime membership just flew right the hell by. What'd I do with it? How did I augment my life with two-day shipping? Can "things" make you "happier"? Nothing a little retrospection can't answer. Read more...
A new rival arrives just as diaper maker finds its position eroding, but there are plenty of reasons to like Kimberly-Clark