Amazon launches food delivery service in India

Posted by - May 21, 2020

Amazon is joining India’s online food delivery market just as top local players Swiggy and Zomato reduce their workforces to steer through the coronavirus pandemic.  The e-commerce giant, which has invested more than $6.5 billion in India, today launched its food delivery service, called Amazon Food, in select places in Bangalore. The company had originally planned to launch the service in India

Amazon’s Ring cameras are vulnerable to hackers

Posted by - December 27, 2019 Inc and its Ring home security camera unit have been sued by an Alabama homeowner who said the cameras’ defective design leaves purchasers vulnerable to cyberattacks. In a proposed class action filed recently, John Baker Orange said an unknown hacker recently accessed his Ring camera while his children, ages 7, 9 and 10, were

Amazon to upskill 100,000 employees with in-demand skills

Posted by - July 15, 2019

Amazon has committed to upskill 100,000 of its employees across the United States, dedicating over $700 million to provide people across its corporate offices, tech hubs, fulfillment centres, retail stores,and transportation network with access to training programmes that will help them move into more highly-skilled roles within or outside of Amazon. Amazon’s Upskilling 2025 pledge

Amazon defends facial recognition tool

Posted by - February 6, 2019

As with many new technologies, there’s currently a lot of speculation surrounding the application of facial recognition capabilities, such as Amazon Rekognition. The e-Commerce platform has defended its facial-recognition tool, Rekognition, against claims of racial and gender bias, following a study published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The study found that Amazon had an