AWS brings its Local Zones mini data centers to 32 new cities
Latency is critical for a lot of workloads, yet the large cloud providers typically build their major data centers where the electricity is cheap and the local tax incentives high. In recent years, th
Australian growth marketing agency Ammo helps startups calibrate their efforts
Australian growth marketing agency Ammo encourages startups to develop a minimum viable brand and provides services to make sure that their marketing efforts are correctly calibrated.
Qatar Airways adds 10K seats while other airlines draw down their schedules
While most domestic and international airlines are cutting thousands of flights from their schedules due to the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar Airways is taking another route. The airline is
Uber is bringing audio recording, irregular ride checks and authentication code safety features to India
Uber said today it is beginning to roll out three safety features in India as the American ride-hailing firm looks to improve its service in one of its most important overseas markets. The new feature
Google’s Indigo subsea cable is now online
Google and its partners today announced that the 5,600-mile Indigo subsea cable, which connects Sydney and Perth with Jakarta and Singapore, is now ready for service. To build the cable, which will si
Yahoo Picks A New GeoCities Logo
After months of hype and countless dollars, Yahoo! has unveiled the next big move in its ambitious transformation: a slimmed down logo.