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Amazon: Marking 25th year of success story, Bezos in the driver’s seat

Jeff Bezos started the business of Amazon about 25 years ago, on July 5, 1995, to change consumption patterns, attract consumers, and become the richest man in the world. The name Amazon was not the first choice for Jeff Bezos....

British body pushes Amazon to avoid cooperating with Deliveroo

The UK's Competition Control Authority (CMA) has issued decisions to Amazon, which plans to merge with Deliveroo, a leading local delivery company, to limit its relationship with the British company. The regulatory body CMA says that the two companies could...

US tech giants: Google, Amazon and Microsoft are planning to move their production out of China

For fear of a trade war on China, a number of US tech giants such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Dell and HP are preparing to begin shifting production away from China, according to the Business Insider report. The report quoted...

Environmentalists target Amazon in France, demand measures to protect climate change

Hundreds of environmentalists protested outside the Amazon headquarters in Paris and at two regional distribution centers in France on Tuesday as part of escalating climate change demonstrations. The protest was attended by groups including Friends of the Earth and Yellow...

Beware: Smart devices in your home are listening to you

Alexa, Google and Siri raise a lot of concerns about privacy with smart devices at home . The microphone picks up sounds, noise, whispers, conversations and confessions. Think of everything you say in a private space. All the strange...

Despite criticism, Amazon continues to sell facial recognition technology to police and governments

Amazon.com will continue to sell facial recognition technology to government and law enforcement agencies after the shareholders rejected two proposals that would have asked the company not to sell face recognition technology to its government customers, a report by...

Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft sued on Arlen’s music piracy

Heirs of Harold Arlen, author of Over the Rainbow and many other classic songs, sued Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft for selling unauthorized recordings of some of the author's famous songs. Forbes notes that the suit claims that the companies...

Amazon to launch a free music broadcast service

A new report revealed that Amazon wants to enter the world of music broadcasting, by providing its services free of charge and advertising support to benefit from income, while both Spotify and Apple are the main providers of such...

Beware .. Amazon staff are relying on your conversations with Alexa’s assistant

If you are a user of Alexa's e-speaker, you should know that he is not the only one who hears you, but also Amazon employees with you in this circle. According to the British Metro website, although there is an...

European Union to impose more taxes on US technology companies

Senior officials in Europe are looking into the possibility of applying more taxes to US technology companies, said the European Union's competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager, That Europe should lead the way to impose a tax targeting Google, Amazon, Facebook...
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Systems limited bags Forbes Asia’s best under a billion 2021 award

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