Articles about Amazon
We caught up with AWS VP Adam Selipsky to talk "all in" and lock in, relational databases, Docker, cloud reboots and managed services.
At the Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week, AWS announced several important services. But most important is Amazon Aurora, a new high-performance database engine.
Relational databases are enterprise staples as customers continue to pay up for Oracle and proprietary software. AWS launches Aurora to offer proprietary features at open source prices.
Andy Jassy, senior vice president of Amazon Web Services, positioned the company's cloud as a feature rich stack instead of a commodity infrastructure play.
Amazon's Prime Air drones may soon be tested in Britain, if the company's hiring spree is anything to go by.
GitHub Enterprise gets a major overhaul and makes it possible to deploy on Amazon's public cloud.
The key themes at AWS' re:Invent conference: An expanding ecosystem and lots of reference customers. Can everything run on AWS?
Three years after it was launched, Amazon has announced an API for its Cloud Drive service, but it will not be a developer free-for-all, as the service requires apps to be approved for use.
Amazon Web Services will clearly launch a bevy of new services next week in Las Vegas, but the elephants in the room will be Google, Microsoft Azure and a crowded field of cloud competition.
Customer data sovereignty concerns tipped the balance away from AWS and towards physical hosting for New Zealand SaaS provider Psoda.
AWS re:Invent attendees will be among the first eligible to take the exam.
Amazon Web Services has refreshed WorkSpaces with an updated bundle system and more options for Office.
Amazon unveils Echo, a new cloud-connected home appliance that -- perhaps appropriately -- resembles a chamber.
Amazon is bundling its Cloud Drive photo backup service into its Prime subscription in a move that highlights the race to zero for cloud storage.
Amazon's diversity scorecard fills out how one would expect these days, unfortunately.
Amazon's rise is most apparent when you look at how its introduction of new products, services, and datacentres has built the infrastructure needed to support its growth
For all those grilling, wine-drinking, golfing, travelling, and sexy Dads, Jason Perlow picks a handful of gifts -- starting at $10.
Amazon is trying hard to catch up with Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft SkyDrive, but this new Windows and Mac app leaves its still staggering in the rear.
Is Space Invaders or Duck Hunting a guilty pleasure? Consider these gifts.
Reflecting on my time at University, there are certain gadgets that I would have dearly loved to own for their own sake, or would have been downright useful. Here is a collection of ten gifts to help your student survive University.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the 2011 Amazon Kindle Touch. Inside this e-book reader, he found hardware from Freescale, SanDisk, and Samsung.
Gift buying for your Star Wars fan will be easy this year with these great gifts.
There are two new 7 inch Android-powered tablets entering the market, but at less than half the cost of what others previously sold for. They are media consumption devices and ebook readers with a portable form factor. They can both be loaded with all the same apps so it comes down to form factor, ecosystem, and the $50 price difference.
A teardown of the Amazon Kindle Fire, with a sneaky look of what's inside, and how it works.
Barnes & Noble tries to stay competitive with Amazon by showing off its new lineup of ereaders.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the 2011 Amazon Kindle. Inside the pocket-sized e-reader, there's hardware from Freescale, SanDisk, Hynix, and Atheros.
Amazon today took the wraps off its first tablet, the 7-inch color Kindle Fire along with two other new Kindles.
With the summer nearing its end, gadget companies are gearing up for the fall and upcoming holiday season. With the iPhone 5 and Amazon tablet topping the list, here's what we have to look forward to.
Apple changed their in-app purchase policy and ebook vendors were forced to close their integrated stores. Rather than just direct you to the web browser to buy ebooks, Amazon created a web-based ebook reading experience where you can buy ebooks and read them in online or offline modes right from within the browser.
Google's first e-reader from iriver is practically a Kindle Wi-Fi clone, so it's only fair to pair them side by side for an e-reader showdown.