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We cover the key news from the first few days of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26).
Billionaire Founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, took to the stage on the 2nd of November at COP26 to pledge $2 billion toward nature conservation and transforming food systems.
Amazon has opened its first non-food store in the UK, selling its most popular products.
Amazon has announced a Black Friday-worthy series of deals ahead of the holiday season.
Amazon will make its Security Awareness training available for individuals and businesses to educate and help protect against cyberattacks and offer free Multi-Factor Authentication devices to customers.
Amazon partners with The LEGO Group to donate 200 robotics kits to local Parkland County area community groups to encourage STEM learning.
Amazon reaches 10 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity and advances its commitment to decarbonizing its business operations and reaching net-zero carbon by 2040.
The new 820,000 square-foot site to create over 1,000 new, full-time jobs.
The new AWS Infrastructure Region will arrive in the first half of 2023, enabling customers to run workloads and store data in Israel while serving end-users with even lower latency.
Amazon Web Services’ new solution makes it easier for customers to add location functionality to their applications without compromising on privacy or security.
AWS has announced a new container application service makes it easier and faster for developers to build, deploy, and run high-performance containerized web applications and API.
TradingPlatforms.com has projected that Amazon’s advertisement revenue will reach US$30bn by 2023, almost double from $15.73bn in 2020.
Jeff Bezos, who founded Amazon as an online bookstore and built it into a shopping and entertainment behemoth, will step down later this year as CEO, a role he’s had for nearly 30 years, to become executive chairman, the company has announced.
Amazon has announced a low-bandwidth, long-distance wireless network designed for low powered devices and a smart pet tracker
Amazon aim to get Alexa out of the house by unveiling two new wearables, Echo Loop and Echo Frames.
Amazon is developing a payment system which works by simply waving your hand, eliminating the need for cash, a smartphone or a credit card when shopping
The first internet-connected device may have come when Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister and Tron was in cinemas but we are still in the early stages of IoT.