Whole Foods Deal Shows Amazon’s Prodigious Tolerance for Risk

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Healthcare CIO advocates a faster move to the cloud

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A Price Amazon Is Content to Keep High: $1,000 a Share

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Spread the loveTweet The investor optimism about Amazon is, in many respects, unchanged from when it went public in 1997. Amazon remains a long-term play based on a wager that…


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Tech Tip: Uncovering Missing or Deleted Photos

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Spread the loveTweet Q. I recently tried to move vacation photos from my camera’s SD card to an external hard drive, via my Mac. It seemed as if everything had…


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Stratasys unveils an assembly line of cloud-controlled robotic 3D printers

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Bridgestone modernizes data center, hauls out 13 tons of copper wire

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Your car will eventually live-stream video of your driving to the cloud

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Bits: Daily Report: Cloud Computing Asserts Itself

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Spread the loveTweetPhoto The Amazon headquarters in Seattle. Amazon Web Services is the leader in cloud computing services, but Microsoft and Alphabet are investing heavily to close the gap. Credit…


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Cloud Produces Sunny Earnings at Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet

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Spread the loveTweetThe worry, however, is that this cannot last forever, not with Microsoft and Google making big investments in their own cloud businesses while trying to undercut Amazon with…


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Game of Clouds: Dropbox Declares Independence From Amazon

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Spread the loveTweetGame of Clouds: Dropbox Declares Independence From Amazon | WIRED Advertisement. Business 03.14.16 2:00 pm Half-a-billion people store their files on Dropbox. But until recently, those were sitting…


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