Amazon Prime Air drone
Prime Air is a delivery system from Amazon designed to safely get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles, also called drones.


Imperial College London to launch COVID-19 ‘infodemic’ knowledge platform using AWS

The knowledge platform will help the healthcare community ‘cut through the noise’ to find the best possible treatments for COVID-19 patients.

A future in voice: introducing the Alexa Incubator Programme

Thanks to the new programme, businesses creating unique experiences with Alexa or advancing voice technology will be able to access the resources they need to grow.


App invites millions of cyclists to contribute to social distancing city planning

Amazon Web Services (AWS) customer See.Sense is launching a free new feature on its app, helping cyclists anywhere in the UK to improve cycle routes in their area.

AWS helps the World Health Organization respond to COVID-19

As the United Nations agency for global public health, the World Health Organization is responsible for coordinating the international response to the pandemic.


The bike light start-up revolutionising the way we ride

Amazon Web Services (AWS) customer See.Sense creates innovative bike lights that give cyclists more visibility on their ride and cities more information on their roads.

“Alexa, what shall I do today?”

As we learn to embrace being at home, here are some of the latest updates from Alexa to help with everything from cooking inspiration to fitness to education and more.

Disney+ is now available on Fire TV and Fire Tablets in the UK

For those of you who have been living in a galaxy far, far away, Disney+ is a new streaming service that is available in the UK from today.

How can Alexa make life easier for those living with sight loss?

Voice assistant technology is helping to transform the lives of blind and partially sighted people. Life of a Blind Girl blogger Holly Tuke explains why.

Will Carling on why technology is changing our experience of rugby

The former England Rugby captain explains how new data insights are providing unprecedented levels of depth and context to the game.

Searching for information about sight loss?

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) now provides information about living with sight loss through Alexa.
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