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Kahsai Sium, whose investment in two licensed taxis created a family business, says his licenses have lost value since Lyft, uberX and Sidecar entered the Seattle market.
For your weekend reading, here's a recap of five noteworthy stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this past week.
Get ready for takeoff! Explore the wonderful world of flying machines and take a trip... way up high! Rick Rahim brings you a children's book with beautiful artwork, and inspiring message, and memorable story for you and your little ones.
Netflix and Hulu Plus have followed the traditional network model of choosing scripted original programming -- they pick for its audiences and hope for the best.
This week, the company confirmed that the price of a Prime subscription will rise by $20 to $99, starting next week for new sign-ups and next month for renewals.
The Crimeans of Ukraine's strategic peninsula are preparing to vote over the weekend on whether they should separate and join Russia.
Amazon.com was the target of unusually large options trading on Thursday. Investors bought 49,762 put options on the company, StockRatingsNetwork.com reports.
Pacific Crest Securities analysts Andy Hargreaves , following digital media, and Chad Bartley , following e-commerce, this morning offer up their quarterly survey of consumer likes and dislikes in their universe of coverage, comprising responses from 1,300 respondents 18 and older in the U.S. The authors found overall positive implications for ... (more)
The saying "you get what you pay for" isn't necessarily true when it comes to technology products, as I've discovered when comparing fitness watches, phones, tablets and TVs.
Sales and traffic to online retailers by category and merchant type, data on Amazon and other leading e-retailers, comparisons of leading web retailers, site performance data, more.
The U.S. Navy is shifting large amounts of data to the Amazon Web Services cloud, and expects the move to produce huge savings.
On March 14 2006, Amazon expanded from its retail heritage and launched its IT services business with the birth of Amazon Web Services .
The one-terabyte plan now costs $9.99 per month versus $49.99 before. The 15-gigabyte plan remains free and there's another plan that offers at least 10 terabytes of storage for $99.99 per month, the company added in a blog post .
Amazon.com Inc., the world's largest Internet retailer, boosted the price of its Prime membership by 25 percent to $99 a year, the first increase since the service's introduction nine years ago.
Amazon is thought to be moving toward broadening its Prime service with a music streaming service.
When you think of business tablets, chances are Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX tablets don't come immediately to mind.