Amazon clearly wants developers doing more with AWS and the Internet of Things. The online shopping and managed web services company has released a slew of new APIs for its online products, including Kinesis Firehose, AWS Inspector, and ElasticSearch Service. Here's what developers can do with these new-and-improved tools.
Google is acquiring a platform for building mobile and web applications called Divshot and folding it into its cloud services provider, Firebase. Divshot will shutdown operations on December 14, 2015. “Moving forward the team will be...Show More Summary
Public cloud providers are bracing up themselves for the next round of the cloud war - winning the Internet of Things business. Even as they are warming up, the big brother of cloud, Amazon Web Services, had just delivered a knockout punch in the form of AWS IoT. The new [...]
Google Web History replaced an earlier search history service in April, 2007, meaning that every search query you entered since then could have been recorded. Let's understand the details! The post Google Web History – Everything You Need to Know appeared first on Hardware Secrets.
More than 127,000 city parents have logged on to a new Web service to see their kids’ grades, attendance records and more.
Last week, Amazon had its gigantic Amazon Web Services re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, presenting the latest developments in its mammoth cloud computing platform to a crowd of thousands of IT professionals. Except that during oneShow More Summary
Amazon is jumping into the Internet of Things, but not with a physical product. Instead, the company wants to provide the backbone for a world of connected devices by letting developers harness the power of Amazon Web Services.The new AWS IoT, announced today at the company’s re:Invent developer conference, lets developers take advantage of Amazon’s cloud services for […]
Oh, Amazon. Last week at re:Invent, the annual conference for market-leading public cloud provider Amazon Web Services, vice president of infrastructure Jerry Hunter included a photo in his presentation of networking hardware from a Google data center. The Google Cloud Platform directly competes with Amazon Web Services. So this is either the result of some […]
by Angela Guess Jordan Novet reports for VentureBeat, “Amazon Web Services today announced Amazon IoT, a new service companies can use to hook up with Internet-connected devices and build applications based on them. Until this point,...Show More Summary
Since launching in 2012, Burner has become a very popular app, and for good reason. It lets you purchase disposable phone numbers, handy for both business and pleasure. But a major update to its iOS app…
Burner is going beyond disposable phone numbers. The new free Burner Connections feature integrates web services with your phone. Save received photos to Dropbox, make an SMS bot with Evernote and more. Also, you can now renew a number for just $5 a month.
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Philips HealthSuite IoT Architecture based on AWS (Royal Philips) Royal Philips today announced that it is strengthening its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of its strategy to enable a digital health IoT for new types of connected and personalized devices. AWS IoT, a new platform that makes it easy for devices to... Read More
Trveler is a subscription-based web package that plans entire trips for holiday-seekers. The post Holiday subscription service plans surprise trips appeared first on Springwise.
This week Amazon Web Services announced a new data service capable of sending 50TB into the cloud. Great, more bandwidth demand, right? Nope, they're shipping it in a box.... [visit site to read more]
Amazon Web Services is building a global method of creating software quickly that could become a standard for how business computing systems are put together.
On the same day that it opened its second AliCloud data center in Silicon Valley in a $1 billion cloud push that puts it head to head with Amazon Web Services both in the U.S. and globally, Alibaba on Friday launched “Alibaba Defined” to help people outside China better understand what the ecommerce and payments giant is […]
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Amazon wants its internet cloud service to connect everything from trash cans to hand sanitizer dispensers. At its annual re:Invent developer conference Thursday, Amazon Web Services launched a new internet of things (IoT) platform that...Show More Summary