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Walmart+ takes on Prime by dropping $35 minimum on Walmart.com purchases

Walmart+ takes on Prime by dropping minimum on Walmart.com purchases Walmart+, the retailer’s lower cost alternative to Amazon Prime offering same-day delivery of groceries and other items, is making its service more appealing with today’s launch of a new perk. The company says that starting on Friday, December 4, it will remove […]

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AWS announces Panorama a device adds machine learning technology to any camera

AWS announces Panorama a device adds machine learning technology to any camera AWS has launched a new hardware device, the AWS Panorama Appliance, which, alongside the AWS Panorama SDK, will transform existing on-premises cameras into computer vision enabled super-powered surveillance devices. Pitching the hardware as a new way for customers to inspect parts […]

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Amazon announces a bunch of products aimed at industrial sector

Amazon announces a bunch of products aimed at industrial sector One of the areas that is often left behind when it comes to cloud computing is the industrial sector. That’s because these facilities often have older equipment or proprietary systems that aren’t well suited to the cloud. Amazon wants to change that, […]

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Who’s building the grocery store of the future?

Who’s building the grocery store of the future? Christopher Wan Contributor Share on Twitter Chris is a venture fellow at Bessemer Venture Partners and a JD/MBA candidate at Stanford University who writes a weekly newsletter about tech, policy and business strategy. The future of grocery stores will be a win-win for both […]

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AWS announces high resource Lambda functions, container image support & millisecond billing

AWS announces high resource Lambda functions, container image support & millisecond billing AWS announced some big updates to its Lambda serverless function service today. For starters, starting today it will be able to deliver functions with up to 10MB of memory and 6 vCPUs (virtual CPUs). This will allow developers building more […]

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AWS launches Trainium, its new custom ML training chip

AWS launches Trainium, its new custom ML training chip At its annual re:Invent developer conference, AWS today announced the launch of AWS Trainium, the company’s next-gen custom chip dedicated to training machine learning models. The company promises that it can offer higher performance than any of its competitors in the cloud, with […]

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EV bus and truck maker The Lion Electric to take SPAC route to public markets

EV bus and truck maker The Lion Electric to take SPAC route to public markets Canadian electric truck and bus manufacturer The Lion Electric Company said Monday it plans to become a publicly traded company via a merger with special-purpose acquisition company Northern Genesis Acquisition Corp. The combined company, which will be […]

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Daily Crunch: Amazon Web Services stumble

Daily Crunch: Amazon Web Services stumble An Amazon Web Services outage has a wide effect, Salesforce might be buying Slack and Pinterest tests new support for virtual events. This is your Daily Crunch for November 25, 2020. And for those of you who celebrate Thanksgiving: Enjoy! There will be no newsletter tomorrow, […]

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Amazon expands IP Accelerator to Europe after US SMBs register 6,000 trademarks

Amazon expands IP Accelerator to Europe after US SMBs register 6,000 trademarks As we head into the biggest shopping period of the year — which this year may well have an even stronger online component than usual because of Covid-19 — Amazon has launched its latest effort to combat the sale of […]

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Amazon’s Echo Buds get new fitness tracking features

Amazon’s Echo Buds get new fitness tracking features I wasn’t super impressed when I reviewed the Echo Buds around this time last year, but Amazon’s first shot at Alexa-powered fully wireless earbuds was passable. And while they’ve already been on the market for a while now, the company’s continuing to deliver some […]

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