News: Apps and Software
Friday, 9 Oct 2015
Customers have asked, and AWS has listened. Two new EC2 instances will be launched in the coming months to meet their high-memory and modest needs, respectively.
Bethesda has released the recommended and minimum specifications that your gaming rig will need to run Fallout 4. Click here to find out if your PC is ready to support the upcoming post-apocalyptic fantasy.
Instead of giving you the ‘dislike’ button that you’ve always wanted, Facebook will instead be offering you a set of animated ‘Reaction’ emojis, which you can use to better express your (dis)pleasure.
The world's second most popular instant messaging app, Facebook Messenger, is now supported on the Apple Watch. In addition, it is included in the list of multitasking apps on the iPad.
At re:Invent 2015, AWS introduces a new platform that makes it easy for IoT devices to connect to AWS services.
Thursday, 8 Oct 2015
Released in August, Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac brought Windows 10 integration and Cortana to the Mac. Now, with the latest build (11.0.2), Parallels 11 brings full support for OS X El Capitan.
The formation of Accenture AWS Business Group is to help enterprise clients accelerate innovation, create new services, and achieve improved business results.
Are you worried about losing your chat logs and media files that you have amassed on WhatsApp over the years? Soon, you won’t need to, as you will be able to backup all of your WhatsApp files onto Google Drive.
Enterprise customers can look forward to migrating production databases to AWS with virtually no downtime, thanks to AWS’ new, fully managed Database Migration Service. It was also revealed that Amazon RDS supports the popular MariaDB open-source database.
Looking to migrate petabytes of data into or out of AWS Cloud easily? Or are you looking to capture streaming data with very high throughput without resorting to custom codes? Find out just what AWS Snowball and Amazon Kinesis Firehose are capable of, after the jump.