IBM takes on JEDI
Published in Cloud
Thursday, 11 October 2018 11:56

IBM takes on JEDI


The Force is strong in this one

IBM is challenging the US Defence Department’s decision to turn to a single provider for its $10 billion department wide cloud computing infrastructure which has the Star Wars name JEDI.

Bloomberg finds more proof of hacked Supermicro hardware
Published in PC Hardware


Despite strong denials from the likes of Apple, Amazon and Supermicro

Despite denials from Big Tech, Bloomberg is continuing to find proof that  China has been sabotaging critical technology components bound for America.

Amazon fires misogynistic AI
Published in AI
Wednesday, 10 October 2018 11:18

Amazon fires misogynistic AI


Refused to recruit women due to problems with its motherboard

Amazon.com machine-learning specialists have discovered that the flash new AI engine which was supposed to be looking after their recruiting didn't like women.

Amazon boss wants to ship “several tons” of cargo to the Moon
Published in News


Just don't expect to use Prime if you want it in 24 hours

Amazon's Jeff Bezos’s pet aerospace exploration project is planning to send “several metric tons” of unspecified cargo to the Moon in the next five years.

Apple and  Amazon deny Chinese hardware attack
Published in News


Trust us it never happened

Apple and Amazon.com have denied a Bloomberg Businessweek report claiming their systems had been infiltrated by malicious computer chips inserted by Chinese spooks.

Why Amazon is an unreliable supplier
Published in News
Monday, 01 October 2018 11:37

Why Amazon is an unreliable supplier


Prime is unsuitable for emergencies

If your number one computer goes down, you would be insane to hope that Amazon can get you a new one in 24 hours as it claims.

Iridium teams up with Amazon to bring clouds to the world
Published in Cloud


The future is cloudy

Iridium Communications is partnering with Amazon Web Services to develop a satellite-based network called CloudConnect for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Amazon competes at the high end, on the high street
Published in News


The world's turned upside down

Not content with upsetting the retail applecart and contributing to the downfall of several well known outlets, Amazon has decided to go one step further and open trendy shops made of real brick and real mortar.

US IT giants spend fortunes stamping out competition
Published in News


Capitalism in action

US tech giants are spending fortunes keeping rivals away from their monopolies, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

Amazon plans to release eight IoT devices
Published in IoT
Tuesday, 18 September 2018 10:27

Amazon plans to release eight IoT devices


Alexa powered

Online bookseller Amazon is planning to release at least eight  new voice controlled hardware devices before the end of the year.