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Amazon Prime Now makes its Web browser debut - CNET

Since launching in late 2014, the speedy-delivery service had only been available through a mobile app.

It Only Took Amazon's 'Prime Now' 2 Years to Get on to the Web

4 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Amazon launched its same-day delivery service Prime Now way back in 2014 as an app. Finally, two years later, you can order from your desktop too. Read more...

Amazon Steps Up Blockchain Commitment With Digital Currency Group Partnership

This is the real story (while the NYTimes focuses on the mostly-irrelevant debate about whether Craig Wright is the real inventor of bitcoin) -- Amazon Web Services announces Monday that it will collaborate with New York City-based Digital...Show More Summary

DOJ Issues New Rules On Espionage Investigations To Keep It From Embarrassing Itself So Often

20 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

A string of aborted federal prosecutions of alleged "traitors" has the DOJ rethinking its national security strategies. The DOJ went after National Weather Service employee Sherry Chen, who shared public web links about reservoir water funding with a senior Chinese official, who also happened to be Chen's friend. Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services is becoming a nice predictable profit engine (AMZN)

For years, one of the big knocks against Amazon was its inability or unwillingness to deliver consistent profits. E-commerce is a fickle and seasonal business, and Amazon has often plowed a lot of its income back into infrastructureShow More Summary

GoDaddy Makes A Big Upgrade To Domain and Marketing Services

Godaddy is one of the biggest and most well known web hosts around. Of course more than just web hosting, GoDaddy also offers an array of marketing services for businesses. What caught my eye about GoDaddy’s announcement was it’s marketing services. Show More Summary

Amazon Steps Up Blockchain Commitment; Web Services Partners With Digital Currency Group

AWS will provide DCG's portfolio companies a secure platform for experimenting with the technology when working with their enterprise customers.

Hulu Bets on Cable-Style Web TV

Hulu is developing a subscription service that would stream feeds of popular broadcast and cable TV channels.

1btn – an Open Source Dash

The availability of cheap radios, omni-present WiFi and powerful web services means the IoT wave is here to stay. Amazon got into the act with its “do only one thing” Dash button. But a more interesting solution would be an IoT “do it all” button. [Anand] has been working on his 1btn Open Source WiFi connected IoT button for a while. Show More Summary

Security Best Practices for Azure App Service Web Apps, Part 1

This post was written by Piyush Mittal. Microsoft’s Azure App Service is a fully managed Platform as a Service for developers that provides features and frameworks to quickly and easily build apps for any platform and any device. InShow More Summary

EveryMatrix Updates Web API to Include Native Mobile Support

EveryMatrix announced the upcoming release of its new Web API. The updated API allows the platform to service mobile content. Accordingly, users can supply gaming content to native mobile apps.

Wall Street is ecstatic about Amazon's blowout quarter (AMZN)

Amazon shares are up nearly 10% Friday afternoon, after delivering a solid beat-and-raise quarter. There were a lot of things to like about this quarter: growing profitability, rapid growth of Amazon Web Services, and expansion of its...Show More Summary

Bits: Cloud Services Show Their Value in Earnings Reports

Amazon made a profit of $513 million in its most recent quarter, and its Amazon Web Services was the star of the show.

Amazon Delivers 4th Straight Profit

Amazon swung to a better-than-expected first-quarter profit—its largest ever for a quarter—as the company benefited from surging growth in its Web services division.

Booming web services blast Amazon’s Q1 profits past forecast Inc.’s cloud business again helped the online retailer post a much better-than-expected profit in the first quarter today.

Amazon’s Web Services are shining in its latest earnings beat

Amazon posted its first-quarter earnings today, and boy did they not disappoint: it beat what analysts were expecting on nearly all fronts, and the stock is up more than 12% after its huge beat. The big one here, in particular, is Amazon Web Services. Show More Summary

Has Apple Missed A Trick With iMessage?

Apple has snubbed the messaging trend that Facebook is chasing. Now it can't capitalize on the enormous user base of iMessage at a time when it needs to bet bigger on web services.

Twitter should become a web service

I'm a big user of and believer in AWS. It's got lots of components: databases, storage, computing, and lots of things with fanciful names that I don't really understand. I've been using AWS since its inception. Their first service, S3, provided something you couldn't get anywhere else without buying lots of other stuff -- storage. Show More Summary

More Than Books and Diapers, Web Services May Power Amazon's Q1 Earnings

Investors may be smart to focus on Amazon's surging web services more than its much larger retail business when it reports first-quarter earnings today.

AWS Snowball Rolls Into Australia To Help Organisations Migrate Data To The Cloud

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched its data transfer appliance, called Snowball, in Australia. The appliance is part of a holistic service offered by AWS to ease the pain and network demands involved in transferring on-premise data onto the cloud. Here’s what this 23kg ‘suitcase’ can do. More »      

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