Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure are likely to be the three lead dogs in cloud infrastructure services. Why? Economics, scale, and skills.
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Deceptively simple in concept, big data — the idea that all you need to solve the world's biggest problems are zettabytes of data — has some problems in front of the potential solutions.
An alliance between Seattle-based 2nd Watch and Slalom Consulting combines the skills of two of the Amazon Web Services' leading integration and consulting organizations.
Apple's new iPod touch is shipping, Kevin and I love our Amazon Kindle Paperwhite ebook readers, and many new and rumored devices look to be coming soon.
With extended support to two of Apple's most popular devices, Amazon execs boast that they have the "most widely compatible cloud playback solution available."
The New York-based website crowd-sources funds for creative projects and tech innovations, from robots and gadgets to software and hardware
Amazon has sweetened up the Kindle application that runs on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch with some extra multimedia support.
One of the weaknesses of the Amazon Kindle is the inability to read books on anything other than a Kindle or iPhone/iPod touch. That will be changing soon though as Microsoft showed off an Amazon Kindle reader on Windows PCs at the Windows 7 launch event. I still think the B&N Nook beats the Kindle for a number of reasons, but this is one less advantage the Nook has over the Kindle.
I realize it would be nice to have the finer things in life -- champagne wishes and caviar dreams --, but how much would you pay for an iPod dock? Bower & Wilkins just made its new Zeppelin Mini iPod speaker dock (pictured above) available for pre-order on Amazon for $400.
Four hundred and eighty-nine dollars?!?! For an e-reader...
Gadget Gal's daily deals: Refurbished Amazon Kindle, Nikon CoolPix digital camera, Logitech iPod speaker
A refurbished Amazon Kindle, a Nikon CoolPix digital camera, and a Logitech iPod speaker. Here are your deals for Monday, April 27, straight from the Gadget Gal:1.
Amazon said Wednesday that it will bring the Kindle to Apple's iPhone and iPod touch.In a statement, Amazon said it would offer a free application called “Kindle for iPhone and iPod touch.
Amazon on Wednesday said it launched an application on Apple's App Store to target the iPhone and iPod touch.The news comes as Apple's App Store is generating a good amount of buzz this holiday season (Techmeme).
So, Amazon has decided that it's DRM-free MP3 music store will go international over the next year. Should Apple be worried?
You might remember from a few weeks back my desire to get my hands on an iPod touch. I was so eager to get my hands on one that I made a five hour round trip to my nearest Apple store to get one only to be turned away because they were all sold out. Well, I didn't let that put me off and eventually got a couple via Amazon. Am I still as enthusiastic about the iPod touch now I've had one for a couple of weeks? Read on to find out.
Online shoppers are still hot for Apple's digital-music player, according to company's latest "Best of 2006 List."
Where's Jeff Foxworthy when you need him? I can hear him saying now, "You know it's a bad sign when your iPod killer doesn't sell as well as a charger for the iPod.
Let's just call it the 'Microsoft Zune from Apple Computer'...
Good organizational skills are required in order to get the most out of your iPod otherwise music can get as boring and monotonous as the pre-programmed music you can hear on any radio station in the U.S.
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