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Everything you need to get started on AWS #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #AWS #AmazonWebServices #Cloud #CloudHosting #Hosting

Everything you need to get started on AWS #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #AWS #AmazonWebServices #Cloud #CloudHosting #Hosting

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#TechNews: Amazon may do a Jabong to counter Flipkart's Myntra! Amazon is in preliminary talks to buy Jabong, as part of it's plan to bolster its presence selling fashion products. A big chunk of the $2 billion that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has promised to invest in India is said to be meant for acquisitions.

#TechNews: Amazon may do a Jabong to counter Flipkart's Myntra! Amazon is in preliminary talks to buy Jabong, as part of it's plan to bolster its presence selling fashion products. A big chunk of the $2 billion that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has promised to invest in India is said to be meant for acquisitions.

#TechNews: Amazon may do a Jabong to counter Flipkart's Myntra! Amazon is in preliminary talks to buy Jabong, as part of it's plan to bolster its presence selling fashion products. A big chunk of the $2 billion that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has promised to invest in India is said to be meant for acquisitions.

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In June, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the company's first smartphone, the Amazon Fire phone. Now, it's finally on sale. The Fire phone is a truly consumer-first product and comes equipped with Fire OS, as well as Amazon-unique features such as Dynamic Perspective, Firefly and Mayday.

In June, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the company's first smartphone, the Amazon Fire phone. Now, it's finally on sale. The Fire phone is a truly consumer-first product and comes equipped with Fire OS, as well as Amazon-unique features such as Dynamic Perspective, Firefly and Mayday.

In June, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the company's first smartphone, the Amazon Fire phone. Now, it's finally on sale. The Fire phone is a truly consumer-first product and comes equipped with Fire OS, as well as Amazon-unique features such as Dynamic Perspective, Firefly and Mayday.

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... Quantum Dot Technology Takes Off in Displays Everywhere ... Quantum dot technology is ready to explode…and it’s going to forever change the display industry. 3D, 2D, and photographic images of three different quantum dot form factors for enhancing color saturation in display backlights. The science behind an emerging technology known as quantum dots will soon allow for improved color performance and an adherence to standards that have largely been ignored on the manufacturer’s end. The technology is already powering award-winning 55” Sony displays as well as the 8” display of the Amazon Kindle HDX.

... Quantum Dot Technology Takes Off in Displays Everywhere ... Quantum dot technology is ready to explode…and it’s going to forever change the display industry. 3D, 2D, and photographic images of three different quantum dot form factors for enhancing color saturation in display backlights. The science behind an emerging technology known as quantum dots will soon allow for improved color performance and an adherence to standards that have largely been ignored on the manufacturer’s end. The technology is already powering award-winning 55” Sony displays as well as the 8” display of the Amazon Kindle HDX.

... Quantum Dot Technology Takes Off in Displays Everywhere ... Quantum dot technology is ready to explode…and it’s going to forever change the display industry. 3D, 2D, and photographic images of three different quantum dot form factors for enhancing color saturation in display backlights. The science behind an emerging technology known as quantum dots will soon allow for improved color performance and an adherence to standards that have largely been ignored on the manufacturer’s end. The technology is already powering award-winning 55” Sony displays as well as the 8” display of the Amazon Kindle HDX.

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... Amazon and Google ratchet up their cloud computing price cuts ... Earlier this month, it looked like Google was starting a cloud computing price war. Now we have some extra salvos. But these cuts might be more appealing for developers and IT departments. On Wednesday, Amazon announced it would be significantly slashing the prices of its cloud computing platforms—famous for running the infrastructure of services as diverse as Reddit, Pinterest, and Netflix. Some of the drops are more modest, but others represent a price decrease of as much as 65 percent.

... Amazon and Google ratchet up their cloud computing price cuts ... Earlier this month, it looked like Google was starting a cloud computing price war. Now we have some extra salvos. But these cuts might be more appealing for developers and IT departments. On Wednesday, Amazon announced it would be significantly slashing the prices of its cloud computing platforms—famous for running the infrastructure of services as diverse as Reddit, Pinterest, and Netflix. Some of the drops are more modest, but others represent a price decrease of as much as 65 percent.

... Amazon and Google ratchet up their cloud computing price cuts ... Earlier this month, it looked like Google was starting a cloud computing price war. Now we have some extra salvos. But these cuts might be more appealing for developers and IT departments. On Wednesday, Amazon announced it would be significantly slashing the prices of its cloud computing platforms—famous for running the infrastructure of services as diverse as Reddit, Pinterest, and Netflix. Some of the drops are more modest, but others represent a price decrease of as much as 65 percent.

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... Know Amazon Kindle ... The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-book readers designed and marketed by Amazon.com. Amazon Kindle devices enable users to shop for, download, browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless networking. The hardware platform, developed by Amazon, began as a single device and now comprises a range of devices, including dedicated e-readers with E Ink electronic paper displays, and Android-based tablets with color LCD screens.

... Know Amazon Kindle ... The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-book readers designed and marketed by Amazon.com. Amazon Kindle devices enable users to shop for, download, browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless networking. The hardware platform, developed by Amazon, began as a single device and now comprises a range of devices, including dedicated e-readers with E Ink electronic paper displays, and Android-based tablets with color LCD screens.

... Know Amazon Kindle ... The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-book readers designed and marketed by Amazon.com. Amazon Kindle devices enable users to shop for, download, browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless networking. The hardware platform, developed by Amazon, began as a single device and now comprises a range of devices, including dedicated e-readers with E Ink electronic paper displays, and Android-based tablets with color LCD screens.

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Amazon unveils Kindle Fire HD tablets - The new Kindle Fire HD will be available in the standard size but also with a 8.9-inch (22.6 centimeter) display. The Kindle Fire HD has dual-band Wi-Fi and two antennas. the upgraded Wi-Fi specifications and increased processing clout would make it run 41 percent faster than the latest generation of the iPad, launched earlier this year. It will have a battery life of eight weeks with the backlight on.

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire HD tablets - The new Kindle Fire HD will be available in the standard size but also with a 8.9-inch (22.6 centimeter) display. The Kindle Fire HD has dual-band Wi-Fi and two antennas. the upgraded Wi-Fi specifications and increased processing clout would make it run 41 percent faster than the latest generation of the iPad, launched earlier this year. It will have a battery life of eight weeks with the backlight on.

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire HD tablets - The new Kindle Fire HD will be available in the standard size but also with a 8.9-inch (22.6 centimeter) display. The Kindle Fire HD has dual-band Wi-Fi and two antennas. the upgraded Wi-Fi specifications and increased processing clout would make it run 41 percent faster than the latest generation of the iPad, launched earlier this year. It will have a battery life of eight weeks with the backlight on.

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:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

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:: The Descriptive Camera doesn’t just take pictures, it describes images for you :: A picture can paint a thousand words. But isn’t it better if your camera can actually describe images for you? That is now possible with the Descriptive Camera. The camera is actually a prototype developed by Matt Richardson, a computer programmer and photographer rolled into one. He probably made the prototype for a Computational Camera class at the New York University where he is currently taking his Master’s Degree. According to the inventor, the Descriptive Camera works by snapping pictures first then sending those images to the Mechanical Turk of Amazon.Once it’s submitted to the Mechanical Turk, it will be processed there after which the results will be forwarded back to the camera within 6 minutes. A thermal printer then prints the description via text in the style of a Polaroid print. As crazy as it seems, we think that the camera will be extremely useful, especially to those who are visually impaired or blind. “I wanted to make something that could create descriptions instead of photos, but I think there is a lot of fun that can be had when you compare the output of the camera and what the description says,” Richardson said.

:: The Descriptive Camera doesn’t just take pictures, it describes images for you :: A picture can paint a thousand words. But isn’t it better if your camera can actually describe images for you? That is now possible with the Descriptive Camera. The camera is actually a prototype developed by Matt Richardson, a computer programmer and photographer rolled into one. He probably made the prototype for a Computational Camera class at the New York University where he is currently taking his Master’s Degree. According to the inventor, the Descriptive Camera works by snapping pictures first then sending those images to the Mechanical Turk of Amazon.Once it’s submitted to the Mechanical Turk, it will be processed there after which the results will be forwarded back to the camera within 6 minutes. A thermal printer then prints the description via text in the style of a Polaroid print. As crazy as it seems, we think that the camera will be extremely useful, especially to those who are visually impaired or blind. “I wanted to make something that could create descriptions instead of photos, but I think there is a lot of fun that can be had when you compare the output of the camera and what the description says,” Richardson said.

:: The Descriptive Camera doesn’t just take pictures, it describes images for you :: A picture can paint a thousand words. But isn’t it better if your camera can actually describe images for you? That is now possible with the Descriptive Camera. The camera is actually a prototype developed by Matt Richardson, a computer programmer and photographer rolled into one. He probably made the prototype for a Computational Camera class at the New York University where he is currently taking his Master’s Degree. According to the inventor, the Descriptive Camera works by snapping pictures first then sending those images to the Mechanical Turk of Amazon.Once it’s submitted to the Mechanical Turk, it will be processed there after which the results will be forwarded back to the camera within 6 minutes. A thermal printer then prints the description via text in the style of a Polaroid print. As crazy as it seems, we think that the camera will be extremely useful, especially to those who are visually impaired or blind. “I wanted to make something that could create descriptions instead of photos, but I think there is a lot of fun that can be had when you compare the output of the camera and what the description says,” Richardson said.

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