Amazon.com confirmed on Thursday what has been a slowly evolving financial picture. It is now a company that is more profitable than it has been in years, but the supercharged growth is gone.
A swathe of the world is adopting China’s vision for a tightly controlled Internet over the unfettered American approach, a stunning ideological coup for Beijing that would have been unthinkable less than a decade ago.
Researchers at UpGuard, a cybersecurity firm, have found troves of user information hiding in plain sight, inadvertently posted publicly on Amazon.com’s cloud computing servers.
Standard Bank Group said on Wednesday that it has selected Amazon Web Services as its preferred cloud provider as it shifts various production workloads, including its customer-facing platforms, to the cloud.
YouTube has cancelled plans for high-end dramas and comedies, people with knowledge of the matter said, a pullback from its grand ambitions for a paid service with Hollywood-quality shows.
When Apple boss Tim Cook takes the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater in Silicon Valley on Monday, he will usher in a new era for the world’s largest technology company.
Bloomberg tracks the fortunes of some 2 800 billionaires. Of those, 145 are worth at least $10-billion, making them decabillionaires. Now, the world contains two centibillionaires simultaneously.