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From cutting all ties with Trump to pulling political donations, here's how corporate America has responded to the Capitol insurrection

The US Capitol during riots on January 6. REUTERS/Leah Millis During the US Capitol insurrection, businesses condemned the rioters. In the days after, they swapped words for concrete action. Some have cut off all political funding, others have severed ties with President Donald Trump. Here's how social-media giants, banks, retailers, and other firms have reacted. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Since rioters stormed the US Capitol on January 6 in a desperate bid to over...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Business, Politics, White House, US, America, Trends, Social Media, Joe Biden, New Jersey, Pga, Reddit


Trump wanted to join Parler and call himself 'Person X' before it shut down, according to the CEO of the social media app

Parler CEO John Matze (left) and President Donald Trump. Fox News, Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images President Donald Trump considered creating an account on Parler under the pseudonym "Person X," its CEO John Matze said Wednesday. Parler's web host Amazon Web Services (AWS) was aware of this since at least October, Matze claimed. The possibility of Trump joining Parler was part of the reason AWS cut ties with the network on Monday, sending it offline, Matze claimed. Visit Business Insider'...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Twitter, Trends, Joe Biden, Getty Images, Snapchat, Larry Ellison, Aws, Donald Trump, Oracle, Trump, Capitol, Amazon Web Services AWS, US Capitol


Social network Parler dumped by AWS, says it prepared for this by only using bare metal (the register)

Says it'll rebuild in a week, but evidence of DR plan is scant Amazon Web Services (AWS) will shut down servers run by social network Parler, whose apps have also been removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The social network has advised users it will therefore be offline for up to a week while it rebuilds its service and accused big tech of conspiring to shut it down.… [Author: Simon Sharwood]
Tags: Google, News, Aws, Amazon Web Services AWS, Simon Sharwood


Parler games: Social network for internet rejects sues Amazon Web Services for pulling plug on hosting

And no, Parler wasn't hacked either. Its public posts were simply scraped Parler, which advertised itself as a place where you can "speak freely and express yourself openly, without fear of being 'deplatformed' for your views," sued Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Monday for deplatforming the site.…
Tags: Software, Amazon Web Services, Amazon Web Services AWS


Parler is officially offline after AWS suspension

True to its word, Amazon Web Services (AWS) suspended services to Parler, the right-wing-focused social network that proved a welcoming home for pro-Trump users whose calls for violence at the nation’s Capitol and beyond. The service suspension went into effect overnight after a 24-hour warning from AWS, which means that if you now go to Parler’s web address you’re greeted with a message saying the requested domain can’t be reached. Parler’s community had been surging after the permanent s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Social, TC, Facebook, Technology, Social Media, Tech, Computing, Web Services, Aws, Social Network, Amazon Web Services, World Wide Web, Trump, Capitol


Social network Parler dumped by AWS, says it prepared for this by only using bare metal

Says it'll rebuild in a week, but evidence of DR plan is scant Amazon Web Services (AWS) will shut down servers run by social network Parler, whose apps have also been removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The social network has advised users it will therefore be offline for up to a week while it rebuilds its service and accused big tech of conspiring to shut it down.…
Tags: Google, Software, Aws, Amazon Web Services AWS


Apple suspends Parler from App Store

Apple confirmed that it has suspended the conservative social media app Parler from the App Store, shortly after Google banned it from Google Play. The app, which became a home to Trump supporters and several high-profile conservatives in the days leading up the Capitol riots, had been operating in violation of Apple’s rules. The company tells TechCrunch, We have always supported diverse points of view being represented on the App Store, but there is no place on our platform for threats of vi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Apps, Washington, Tech, New York Times, App Store, Jack Dorsey, The Washington Post, Trump, Capitol, Amazon Web Services AWS, App Store Apple, Facebook Twitter Snapchat, Dan Bongino


A Crypto-Mining Botnet Is Now Stealing Docker and AWS Credentials

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: Analysts from security firm Trend Micro said in a report today that they've spotted a malware botnet that collects and steals Docker and AWS credentials. Researchers have linked the botnet to a cybercrime operation known as TeamTNT; a group first spotted over the 2020 summer installing cryptocurrency-mining malware on misconfigured container platforms. Initial reports at the time said that TeamTNT was breaching container platforms by looking for Do...
Tags: Tech, Docker, Trend Micro, Amazon Web Services AWS, Zdnet, Docker API


Business is continuing its cloud migration. Train to become an Azure and AWS tech professional

TLDR: The Beginner Cloud Architect Professional Training Bundle ft. Azure and AWS explores building and working with systems in the world’s two largest cloud system environments. As the no. 1 provider of cloud services in the world, it probably should be no surprise that Amazon and their uber-profitable Amazon Web Services (AWS) division are bullish on the state of cloud based computing. Even then, it’s still eye-opening to see the extent that Amazon is willing to go to make sure the world is re...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Aws, Offers, Amazon Web Services AWS


BMW Taps Amazon Cloud Computing for Data Lair

On Tuesday, BMW announced it would be partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop a cloud-based IT solution allowing it to integrate data and analytics into literally every aspect of the business “from vehicle development to after-sales services.” The automaker said data will now be shifted around liberally between business units and operations in […] The post BMW Taps Amazon Cloud Computing for Data Lair appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Amazon, Technology, Big Data, Data, Analytics, Autos, Bmw, Data Privacy, Amazon Web Services, Digitalization, BMW Group, Amazon Web Services AWS, News Blog, Private Data, Cloud Data Hub, BMW Taps Amazon Cloud Computing for Data Lair


BMW Taps Amazon Cloud Computing for Data Lair [Updated]

On Tuesday, BMW announced it would be partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop a cloud-based IT solution allowing it to integrate data and analytics into literally every aspect of the business “from vehicle development to after-sales services.” The automaker said data will now be shifted around liberally between business units and operations in […] The post BMW Taps Amazon Cloud Computing for Data Lair [Updated] appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Amazon, Technology, Big Data, Data, Analytics, Autos, Bmw, Data Privacy, Amazon Web Services, Digitalization, BMW Group, Amazon Web Services AWS, News Blog, Private Data, Cloud Data Hub, BMW Taps Amazon Cloud Computing for Data Lair


Why startups flip aboard— By Pallav Pradyumn Narang

By Pallav Pradyumn Narang One of India’s most notable and successful angel investors Sanjeev Bikhchandani has come out vociferously against the trend of Indian startups flipping to foreign jurisdictions, particularly the US state of Delaware. I have linked the article above and have also summarized his main assertions against the concept of flipping below : It robs India of intellectual property and data India loses tax revenues India loses Market capitalization Indian investors get shut out I...
Tags: Travel, News, California, India, Funding, US, Tax, Vodafone, Delaware, Amazon Web Services AWS, Indian Startups, Sanjeev, Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Pradyumn Narang, Narang, Internet Taxation


AWS Travel and Hospitality Competency Partners Help Customers Build Resilience for the Long Run

It has undoubtedly been a challenging year for the travel and hospitality industry. At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we are keenly aware of this and are committed to helping our customers build resilience for the long run.
Tags: Travel, Amazon Web Services AWS


AWS Engineer Puts Windows 10 on Arm on Apple Mac M1 -- and It Thrashes Surface Pro X

An Amazon Web Services (AWS) virtualization engineer has shown what Windows 10 on Arm could be like if Microsoft licensed its Arm-based OS to the public rather than just to Windows 10 manufacturers. From a report: With Apple's new M1 Arm-based system on chip, Mac users who need to use Windows 10 can't run Microsoft's Arm-based version of Windows using Apple's Bootcamp. The key obstacle is that Microsoft doesn't license Windows 10 on Arm to any entities other than its own Surface group and Window...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Tech, Aws, Lenovo, Graf, Amazon Web Services AWS, Craig Federighi, HP Asus, Alexander Graf, Kernel Virtual Machine KVM


Amazon Web Services now offers Mac instances based on Mac mini; M1 coming later

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is now offering Mac instances to developers who want to speed up building and testing of Mac, iOS, iPadOS,...
Tags: Mac, Amazon Web Services, Amazon Web Services AWS


Amazon Web Services is back up after a massive outage that hit sites including Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt

Down Detector Amazon Web Services has recovered after a massive outage on Wednesday. The outage only affected one of AWS's 24 regions, its US-East-1 Region, but it took down many popular web-based services. Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt were among the sites impacted by the outage. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is back up after being down for most of Wednesday."We have restored all traffic to Kinesis Data Streams via all endpoints and i...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Amazon Web Services, David Brown, Brown, Amazon Web Services AWS, Ashley Stewart, Down Detector Amazon Web Services, US East 1 Region, Kinesis Data Streams, Katie Canales Grace Dean


Tamil Nadu Police nab criminal using face recognition app, questions of safeguards and accountability remain

On a chilly November night, Balaram was moving on a two-wheeler when he was stopped at a vehicle checkpoint by cops in Thiruvallur district. The cops felt something was amiss, their intuition told them Balaram was a potential criminal. They clicked a picture of his face and fed it into a facial recognition app available to them. Indeed, Balaram was present on the criminal database, and had been booked on charges of theft and robbery. He was arrested. “We caught him [Balaram] during the night ear...
Tags: Travel, News, Privacy, India, Bbc, Surveillance, Law Enforcement, Mozilla, Delhi, Facial Recognition, Biometrics, Hyderabad, Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Amazon Web Services AWS, Joshi


What to Do About the Data Leak That Hit 8 Major Hotel Booking Sites

An improperly-secured Amazon Web Services (AWS) server left over 10 million hotel reservations logs from numerous Cloud Hospitality websites openly exposed, potentially putting millions of guests at risk. The server is now secured and there’s no evidence the data is being misused (yet), but the information is…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Privacy, Hotels, Lifehacks, Data Security, Amazon Web Services AWS, Major Hotel Booking Sites


Amazon Web Services to invest ₹20,761 crore in Telangana, set up second region in India

Amazon Web Services (AWS) will invest ₹20,761 crore ($2.77 billion) to establish data centres in Telangana, the state’s IT minister KT Rama Rao announced on Thursday. This will involve the setting up of an AWS Region in Hyderabad, which is expected to become operation by mid-2022; it will be second region in India after Mumbai, which was launched in 2016. AWS Region in Hyderabad will have three Availability Zones (AZ), which will consist of multiple data centres spread out over Hyderabad. It wil...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Asia, News, Microsoft, Singapore, India, Aws, Data Center, EC, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Amazon Web Services, Amazon India, Trai, Jakarta Indonesia


14 cloud tech and machine learning courses you can take online — most are free or under $130

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Cloud computing and related skills are in demand now, according to data from LinkedIn.We rounded up 14 cloud tech courses you can enroll in for cheap or free. You can also earn a certificate of completion to put on your resume or LinkedIn from platforms such as Coursera, edX, and .Read more: 13 sites where you can learn how to code online for free or close to itSign ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Coursera, TCP, Amazon Web Services AWS, The Linux Foundation, GCP, Google Cloud Platform GCP, Qwiklabs, Mara Leighton, Alyssa Powell Business Insider Cloud, Computer Vision CV Machine Learning ML, AWS Machine Learning, Amazon Web Services Networking


BBC makes switch to AWS, serverless for new website architecture, observers grumble about the HTML

News aggregator says it's 'way more complicated and much harder to parse' Updated The BBC website, the sixth most popular in the UK, has mostly migrated from bit barns to Amazon Web Services (AWS) with around half the site now rendered on AWS Lambda, a serverless platform.…
Tags: UK, Bbc, Software, Amazon Web Services AWS


BBC makes switch to AWS, serverless for new website architecture, but observers note HTML is no longer clean

News aggregator says it's 'way more complicated and much harder to parse' The BBC website, the sixth most popular in the UK, has mostly migrated from bit barns to Amazon Web Services (AWS) with around half the site now rendered on AWS Lambda, a serverless platform.…
Tags: UK, Bbc, Software, Amazon Web Services AWS


Coca-Cola is using Amazon tech to let you pour drinks by tapping your phone at 52,000 Freestyle soda fountains

Amazon, Coca Cola By the end of 2020, all Coca-Cola Freestyle machines will be contactless, thanks to a tie-up between the drinks giant and Amazon. Coca-Cola has partnered with Amazon Web Services to roll out tech that lets you pour drinks by tapping your phone. Diners simply scan a QR code, and all the Freestyle soda fountain's usual functions appear on their phone screen. Coca-Cola has already rolled out pilots of the tech to Wendy's, Firehouse Subs, and Five Guys — now, it's going nati...
Tags: Amazon, US, Trends, Aws, Pepsico, Coca Cola, Amazon Web Services, Amazon Web Services AWS, Amazon Coca Cola, Grace Dean, Wendy s Firehouse Subs


15 cloud tech courses you can take from Coursera, edX, and Udemy that are cheap or available for free for a limited time

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Cloud computing and the related skills are in-demand in 2020 according to data from LinkedIn.We rounded up 15 cloud tech courses you can enroll in for cheap or free, and earn a certificate upon completion from Coursera, edX, and .Read more: 13 sites where you can learn how to code online for free or close to itSign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more b...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Coursera, Udemy, TCP, Amazon Web Services AWS, The Linux Foundation, GCP, Google Cloud Platform GCP, Qwiklabs, Mara Leighton, Alyssa Powell Business Insider Cloud, Computer Vision CV Machine Learning ML, AWS Machine Learning


Look out, AWS and Azure…Google Cloud is coming fast. And now’s the time to learn about it

TLDR: The Complete Google Cloud eBook and Video Course Bundle will get you up to speed on using one of the fastest-growing cloud platforms anywhere. While a lion’s share of the talk in the cloud services space is consumed by the big two — Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure — there’s actually a third major tech player currently charging toward making that duo a trio. Right now, Google Cloud is a modest trailer in that discussion.  But after Google CEO Sundar Pichai reported 2020 cloud ...
Tags: Google, Startups, Microsoft, Aws, Offers, Sundar Pichai, Amazon Web Services AWS, Google Cloud


Look out, AWS and Azure…Google Cloud is coming fast and now's the time to learn about it

TL;DR: The Complete Google Cloud eBook and Video Course Bundle will get you up to speed on using one of the fastest-growing cloud platforms anywhere. While a lion's share of the talk in the cloud services space is consumed by the big two — Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure — there's actually a third major tech player currently charging toward making that duo a trio. Right now, Google Cloud is a modest trailer in that discussion.  But after Google CEO Sundar Pichai reported 2020...
Tags: Google, Post, News, Microsoft, Aws, Shop, Sundar Pichai, Amazon Web Services AWS, Iam, Google Cloud, Google Cloud Machine Learning


Amazon added the ex-NSA spy chief who presided over the Edward Snowden scandal to its board

Former NSA Chief Keith Alexander is joining Amazon's board. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Amazon announced Thursday it has elected former National Security Agency (NSA) chief Keith Alexander to its board. Alexander presided over the NSA when the Edward Snowden scandal broke. Snowden reacted to the news of Alexander's hiring to Amazon, saying: "It turns out 'Hey Alexa' is short for 'Hey Keith Alexander.'" Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon has appointed the NSA chief ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Snowden, Nsa, US, Trends, Edward Snowden, Cia, Alexa, Alexander, Amazon Web Services AWS, National Security Agency NSA, Keith Alexander, Isobel Asher Hamilton, REUTERS Brendan McDermid Amazon, IronNet Security According to Amazon


AWS Introduces a Rust Language-Oriented Linux for Containers

ZDNet reports: An anonymous reader shares this enthusiastic report from ZDNet: Earlier this year, Linus Torvalds approved of adding drivers and other components in Rust to Linux.* Last week, at the virtual Linux Plumbers Conference, developers gave serious thought to using the Rust language for new Linux inline code. ["Nothing firm has been determined yet," reported Phoronix, "but it's a topic that is still being discussed."] And, now Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that its just-releas...
Tags: Tech, Mit, Linus Torvalds, Linus, Amazon Web Services AWS, Zdnet, Samartha Chandrashekar, Chandrashekar Bottlerocket, Berkeley Packet


How AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud are capitalizing on accelerated digital transformation

Global enterprises collectively spent $34.6 billion on cloud infrastructure services in Q2 2020. Amazon Web Services retained its lead in capturing global cloud infrastructure services spend – but Google Cloud and Azure plan to respond. Global enterprises collectively spent $34.6 billion on cloud infrastructure services in Q2 2020, marking a $3.5 billion increase from the previous quarter, according to Canalys. This represented the largest-ever quarter-over-quarter (QoQ) spending increase for ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, US, Trends, Aws, Sundar Pichai, Amazon Web Services, Deepmind, Amazon Web Services AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Brian Olsavsky, New York Times Elon Musk


The Station: Winners and losers in Paris, Rivian sets a delivery date, Waymo and FCA deepen ties

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every Saturday in your inbox.  Hello and welcome back to The Station, a newsletter dedicated to all the present and future ways people and packages move from Point A to Point B. It’s that whacky time of year when the heavens open and earnings fall from the sky, giving us precious insight into publicly traded companies. Over at TechCrunch we closely follow startups; we ...
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