Amazon to build first robotic Australian fulfilment centre in Sydney – Strategy – Hardware- Tempemail

Amazon will build its first robotic Australian fulfilment centre in Sydney’s west in a bid to accelerate order processing times and improve the e-tailer’s competitiveness. The company announced plans for the massive 200,000 square metre facility on Tuesday, which will also be its largest in Australia with “around the same Continue Reading

Amazon Web Services: Deliver High Quality Solutions Fast- Tempemail

Amazon Web Services (AWS) – the leader in Cloud Services – has data centers all over the world, and more features within those services than any other cloud provider globally (1957 new features were released only in 2018), innovating in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Serverless Continue Reading

Amazon Launches 3,000 Work-From-Home Jobs in South Africa | Tempemail

Sourced from 2OceansVibe. Supermassive retailer Amazon has announced that it will be hiring for 3,000 new customer-service jobs in South Africa. The positions are all work-from-home, come with benefits, and applications are open right now. “We are thrilled with the talent in South Africa and we are excited to help Continue Reading

Amazon to use AI tech in its warehouses to enforce social distancing – Software- Tempemail

Amazon launched an artificial intelligence-based tracking system to enforce social distancing at its offices and warehouses to reduce risk of workers contracting the new coronavirus. The unveiling comes as the world’s largest online retailer faces intensifying scrutiny from US lawmakers and unions over whether it is doing enough to protect Continue Reading

Shopify – the good shop to Amazon’s bad shop | Technology

You probably will not have heard of Shopify, or be able to say what the company does, but you will almost certainly have used it. The joggers you found on Instagram at the beginning of lockdown and have worn continually since? Those Gymshark shorts you haven’t used for months, now Continue Reading

Amazon Won’t Allow Police to Use it’s Facial Recognition Technology | Tempemail

Image sourced from Detroit Metro Times Amazon has announced that it will implement a one year ban on law enforcement from using its facial recognition platform, Rekognition. “We’re implementing a one-year moratorium on police use of Amazon’s facial recognition technology. We will continue to allow organizations like Thorn, the International Continue Reading

MultiChoice Adds Netflix and Amazon Video Prime Streaming for Subscribers | Tempemail

Image sourced from The Vanguard Nigeria South African tv dish satellite operator MultiChoice will soon be adding both streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime Video to its DStv platform. This comes as the pay-TV operator continues to show growth in the market, adding roughly another 900,000 DStv and GOtv subscribers Continue Reading

Amazon to set up ‘massive’ Queensland fulfilment centre – Strategy- Tempemail

E-tailer Amazon Australia is building a multi-million dollar fulfilment centre in Brisbane that is set to begin operating by Christmas. The company announced the operational expansion today, with the new facility to be located Goodman’s Port Industry Park in the Brisbane suburb of Lytton. “The new fulfilment centre will be Continue Reading

Amazon to block police use of facial recognition for a year – Security – Software- Tempemail

Amazon is putting a year-long “moratorium” on police use of its Rekognition facial recognition technology. “We’re implementing a one-year moratorium on police use of Amazon’s facial recognition technology,” the company said on its dayone blog. “We’ve advocated that governments should put in place stronger regulations to govern the ethical use Continue Reading

Amazon says ‘Black Lives Matter’. But the company has deep ties to policing | Technology

Amazon on Monday became the latest tech company to face criticism for sharing public-facing statements supporting police reform and the Black Lives Matter movement while continuing internal policies and business practices that perpetuate the status quo. Amazon on Twitter has called for an end to “the inequitable and brutal treatment Continue Reading