Uber gives the green light to Softbank deal
The deal is also tied to new governance rules that aim to distribute power more equally and bring more oversight to the company. Uber's board already approved a slate of governance reforms that are contingent on completion of the SoftBank deal.
The e-retailer added that it sold its physical assets of AWS to Sinnet in order to comply with the Chinese law. In August, Sinnet told customers it would shut down VPNs and other services on its networks that allow users to circumvent China's so-called Great Firewall system of censorship, citing direct instructions from the government.
AWS has a separate hardware venture in partnership with the Ningxia provincial government in China's northwest.
Amazon's decision casts a shadow over similar ventures in the country. Foreign firms there have long complained about local restrictions that appeared to favor domestic players. But the USA company has to deal with lawsintroduced this year that mandate the storage of data within the country and bolster government control over the movement of information.
Walmart unveils Black Friday plans
Also, store employees will hand out color-coded maps to help shoppers navigate through large crowds. Its stores will then reopen at 6 a.m. local time on Friday until 10 p.m., 11 p.m. or midnight.
Google punches up doodle tribute to the office hole puncher
Regardless of model, for any kid who had to add loose-leaf papers to a ringed binder, the hole punch was (and is) a lifesaver. Newer iterations of the machine are also used for more creative purposes like decorative purposes like making confetti.
NASA launching JPSS-1 weather satellite
Each will circle the globe 14 times a day, 50 minutes apart and provide full, global observations for US weather prediction. Several duplicate satellites are in the pipeline in the decades ahead, he said. "JPSS will continue this trend".
U.S. considers special investigation of Clinton Foundation
At a House Judiciary hearing Tuesday, Sessions stressed the "factual basis" that must be met to warrant a special counsel, as Rep. Trump is frustrated with the continuing investigations into Russia's election meddling and possible ties to his campaign.