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By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Talen Energy has asked U.S. regulators to reject a challenge to its recent Amazon data center deal, which is being opposed by a group of electric utilities that say the agreement could raise power

By Greg Bensinger and Krystal Hu (Reuters) - Amazon.com hired away artificial intelligence startup Adept's co-founders and some of its team in a move that echoes one by rival Microsoft, as it seeks to battle a perception that it is playing

By Greg Bensinger SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -  Amazon is planning a major revamp of its decade-old money-losing Alexa service to include a conversational generative AI with two tiers of service and has considered a monthly fee of around $5 to access

By Eliana Raszewski BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Amazon and telecommunications firm Vrio will jointly launch a satellite internet service in seven South American countries, the two parties said on Thursday, putting them in direct competition with Elon Musk's Starlink. Vrio, the U.S.

By Jaspreet Singh and Zaheer Kachwala (Reuters) - Amazon.com's robotaxi unit Zoox said on Wednesday it plans to start testing its autonomous vehicles in Austin, Texas, and Miami, a move that would mark its first trial sites outside the western United

By Laila Kearney (Reuters) - Amazon, Google and Microsoft have signed initial agreements to develop new power contract terms with electric utilities in the U.S. south aimed at lowering the cost of building new nuclear technologies and batteries, Duke Energy said

By Elvira Pollina, Valentina Za and Supantha Mukherjee MILAN/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Amazon's computing unit AWS is in talks with Italy to invest billions of euros in the expansion of its data centre business in the country as part of the tech

By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) - Amazon.com's cloud unit on Wednesday said it has partnered with artificial intelligence startup Hugging Face to make it easier to run thousands of AI models on Amazon's custom computing chips. Valued at $4.5 billion, Hugging Face has

By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) - Amazon.com's cloud services unit said on Tuesday that it has not halted any orders of Nvidia's most advanced chip on the market, but has instead decided to purchase the company's newer state of the art chip

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