Puneet Chandok, President, India and South Asia, AWS, said in a virtual conference that they are seeing increasing adoption of its over 175 cloud offering among its customers for various reasons. This ranges from reducing the cost structure and risk to enabling connected car platforms for auto manufacturers. … [Read more...] about Bharti Airtel and Amazon Web Services partner to accelerate digital transformation in India
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The OnePlus Nord is set to go on sale in India for the first time on August 5. The Nord was recently introduced as the first 5G budget OnePlus phone. The OnePlus Nord arrives with six cameras, a top-tier mid-range chipset with 5G connectivity, a high refresh rate display, and a sizeable battery with fast charging support. … [Read more...] about OnePlus Nord to go on sale for the first time tonight on Amazon Prime Day: Everything you need to know
According to a new survey conducted by Harris Poll for Fast Company, nearly half of 18- to 34-year-olds said their perception of tech giants improved due to news about the antitrust hearings, in which the CEOs of Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Alphabet were grilled on Capitol Hill. In that same age group, 63% said that their usage of the companies’ products and services increased. This is unexpected given some of the brutal questioning tactics used during the hearings and some of the juicy company emails that were revealed. (The emails revealed much more than the executives.) … [Read more...] about Surprise! The Big Tech antitrust hearing was a PR boost for Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple
The company has announced that its two new plans, Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium, will give users access to its new WatchTV service, reports Engadget. The services will allow users to access over 30 channels plus on-demand shows across the mobile devices, computers, and media hubs. The channels include a large number of WarnerMedia offerings including CNN, TBS, and TCM. AT&T completed its acquisition of Time Warner earlier this year. … [Read more...] about AT&T is giving users of it latest unlimited plans a new live TV service
Philo, on the other hand, streamlines that experience by acting as a sort of single, centralized Slingbox on college campuses. The startup takes care of all the wonky back-end details; the students don’t need to worry about having a cable box or set-top box or a Slingbox to hook them up to. Their college will purchase or offer a subscription TV package, and then it can offer Philo as an amenity–a way for students to access TV without, well, a TV. And because Philo offloads the streaming burden onto its own servers, campus bandwidth isn’t strained as it is for, say, streaming Netflix. That’s a welcome relief for college administrations, not least because they are increasingly concerned with online piracy. Several Harvard students told me Game of Thrones, which is said to be the most pirated TV series on the Internet, is now one of the most popular shows to watch (legally) on Philo. … [Read more...] about Tivli Rebrands As Philo. Is It Harvard’s Next Facebook?