Amazon said it would stop providing cloud services to the platform and Apple suspended Parler from its App Store, sharply escalating a campaign by tech giants to regulate content they see as dangerous in the wake of the Capitol riot.
The probe casts a spotlight on longstanding contentions from merchants and rivals that the e-commerce giant pressures some sellers to operate only on its platforms.
Lynne Zeldenryk, WW Innovation Lead, Financial Services at Amazon Web Services, speaks to FinextraTV about the power of cloud strategies, and the role adoption has in developing cutting edge new products and services, the need for more creativity and innovation amongst banks, and how this is driving the market to deliver new products more speedily and efficiently.
U.S. retail spending edged higher last month despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as a surge in online shopping boosted sales, according to data from Mastercard.
Amazons cloud division is introducing new features to make it easier for call-center agents to help customers amid growing demand for cloud-based customer-service centers.
Since creating a special section on its mobile app to house high-end fashions in September, the e-commerce giant has amassed just a handful of big brands.