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Amazon's Contract Delivery Drivers Are Also Getting Hit With Outages Amazon's Contract Delivery Drivers Are Also Getting Hit With Outages

Amazon, as you may know, is experiencing some technical issues during Prime Day. It appears similar snags have crippled the platforms Amazon uses to coordinate its last-mile contractor workforce, known as Amazon Flex.

Viacom Leak May Have Exposed Hundreds of Digital Properties—Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central, MTV, and More Viacom Leak May Have Exposed Hundreds of Digital Properties—Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central, MTV, and More

An Amazon server containing roughly a gigabyte’s worth of credentials and configuration files belonging to behemoth media conglomerate Viacom were discovered online and unsecured, according to UpGuard, a California-based “cyber resiliency” firm. A security researcher working for the company discovered the server…

Amazon Says One Engineer's Simple Mistake Brought the Internet Down Amazon Says One Engineer's Simple Mistake Brought the Internet Down

Roughly 48 hours after its major service outage, Amazon is admitting what caused the problem. Apparently, some poor engineer at Amazon Web Services (AWS) did an oopsie and brought the internet to its knees. Oopsies are the worst!

How One Little Amazon Error Can Destroy the Internet How One Little Amazon Error Can Destroy the Internet

The fact that Amazon controls a vast swath of cloud computing services became dreadfully clear on Tuesday afternoon when a string of errors brought countless websites to their knees. This consolidation of power is, perhaps suddenly, a very big problem.

This Mad Genius Built His Own Game Streaming Server For Almost Nothing This Mad Genius Built His Own Game Streaming Server For Almost Nothing

In less than a month OnLive, the world’s first cloud-based PC game streaming service, will be gone forever . Most of us took this news with a shrug. Madman Larry Gadea took it as a challenge—he built his own PC gaming cloud service. You can too.

AT&T-Mo Would Blanket 95% of America In LTE... Someday AT&T-Mo Would Blanket 95% of America In LTE... Someday

Throughout AT&T's T-Mobile acquisition explainer this morning, the number repeated most often was 95%. That's the amount of LTE coverage that execs repeatedly promised their T-Mobile purchase would bring to the US. It's a number that's appealing to consumers—and, AT&T hopes, regulators—but don't get too excited quite…

Mobileye AWS: Color-Coded Nagging on Your Dashboard Mobileye AWS: Color-Coded Nagging on Your Dashboard

As we move ever closer to the driverless car, Mobileye takes a step backward with its automatic warning system (AWS), a color-coded indicator that mounts on your dashboard. Its eye is actually a small video camera mounted to the rear view mirror, and its image processor, called the EyeQ, calculates the distance…

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