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Amazon Warns of Period of Slower Growth – WSJ

02.02.2023 — The online retail giant posted fourth-quarter sales of $149.2 billion, or 9% growth from the year-ago period, beating Wall Street expectations.

The company’s e-commerce services and cloud-computing business are feeling the sting from recession concerns.

Tech Giants’ Cloud Pains Aren’t Shared Equally – WSJ

Tech Giants’ Cloud Pains Aren’t Shared Equally – WSJ

06.02.2023 — Amazon, Microsoft and Google are all getting pinched by the IT spending slowdown, but AWS’s slump hurts Amazon the most.

The tech slowdown is finally hitting the cloud. The largest player might be paying the biggest price. 

Amazon, Microsoft and other Big… – The Wall Street Journal

Amazon, Microsoft and other Big Tech players aim to prove that the conglomerate is alive and well despite GE’s breakup plans, Christopher Mims writes.

The Wall Street Journal – Fallstudie | Amazon Kendra | AWS

The Wall Street Journal ist eine globale Nachrichtenorganisation, die Nachrichten, Informationen, Kommentare und Analysen bereitstellt und Leser über Print-, …

The Wall Street Journal nutzte AWS, um das Suchtool Talk2020 für die Verarbeitung natürlicher Sprache zu erstellen, mit dem die Leser Transkripte der letzten 30 Jahre abfragen können und das die Leserbindung erhöht.

Ariel Parnes on LinkedIn: Google Workspace – Log Insights to Your …

Ariel Parnes on LinkedIn: Google Workspace – Log Insights to Your Threat Hunt

Oops, I Leaked It Again — How Mitiga Found PII in Exposed Amazon RDS Snapshots … Christopher Mims from The Wall Street Journal reached out to me, …

Google Workspace – Log Insights to Your Threat Hunt

Wall Street Journal – YouTube

The new WSJ Video takes you inside carefully selected stories and events in a visually captivating way so you can dig deeper into the news that matters to …

Megaphone: A Modern Podcasting Platform

The Wall Street Journal’s Christopher Mims says devices like the Apple Watch and … Twitter has typically relied on users to report abusive content.

The Wall Street Journal – Microsoft Apps

The Windows 10 app will be discontinued on June 30th. You can access the same content and more on and our iOS and Android mobile apps.

The Wall Street Journal Technology Report – Wiliot

The Wall Street Journal Technology Report

Wiliot is featured alongside Intel, Apple, Google and Amazon in a report “Why the Future of the Computer Is Everywhere, All the Time: ‘Ambient computing’ is …

Another significant milestone for Wiliot and those vested in what we do. The October 31, 2022 issue of The Wall Street Journal’s Technology Report was focused on Ambient Computing, a broader term encompassing the Ambient IoT that Wiliot is pioneering.

Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the …

Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm-Driven Economy – Ariel Ezrachi, Maurice E. Stucke – Google Books

“A fascinating book about how platform internet companies (Amazon, Facebook, and so on) are changing the norms of economic competition.”—Fast CompanyShoppers with a bargain-hunting impulse and internet access can find a universe of products at their fingertips. But is there a dark side to internet commerce? This thought-provoking exposé invites us to explore how sophisticated algorithms and data-crunching are changing the nature of market competition, and not always for the better. Introducing into the policy lexicon terms such as algorithmic collusion, behavioral discrimination, and super-platforms, Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice E. Stucke explore the resulting impact on competition, our democratic ideals, our wallets, and our well-being.“We owe the authors our deep gratitude for anticipating and explaining the consequences of living in a world in which black boxes collude and leave no trails behind. They make it clear that in a world of big data and algorithmic pricing, consumers are outgunned and antitrust laws are outdated, especially in the United States.”—Science“A convincing argument that there can be a darker side to the growth of digital commerce. The replacement of the invisible hand of competition by the digitized hand of internet commerce can give rise to anticompetitive behavior that the competition authorities are ill equipped to deal with.”—Burton G. Malkiel, Wall Street Journal“A convincing case for the need to rethink competition law to cope with algorithmic capitalism’s potential for malfeasance.”—John Naughton, The Observer

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