The ancient thin client is back, because Amazon thinks everyone works in the cloud now
In a nutshell: Amazon is now one of the largest package delivery businesses in the US by volume, surpassing industry stalwarts FedEx and UPS in an impressively short period of time. The e-commerce giant's delivery business grew partly out of necessity and a desire to lower delivery times. To do that without incurring excessive costs, Amazon sought to eliminate the middleman from its operations.
More manufacturers will be available later in 2024
The malware-infested boxes pose an "unfair risk" for users
In addition to making Prime subscribers pay to remove ads
'Release' topped the Bitter Lemon category
The tech support scammers convinced customers to pay for PC "fixes"
Amazon has had enough of protests
Another step closer to a fully autonomous warehouse?
Amazon, Microsoft, and others also got in on the action
Part of the Commission's anticompetitive lawsuit against the tech giant
Amazon is confident that the suit does not hold up to the facts
Panos Panay will write his next chapter at Amazon
Following in Microsoft's footsteps to secure quality AI models for its end customers
Prime Video is already a paid perk
The limit is now three submissions per day
All the bells and whistles for a Wi-Fi 7 mesh router system
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Holiday shopping season starts now
This old scam hasn't gone away
Fallout will be set in Los Angeles
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