Amazon partners with Seraphim on AWS accelerator for space startups

Amazon will soon be a big part of the space economy in the form of its Kuiper satellite internet constellation, but here on Earth its ambitions are more commonplace: get an accelerator going. They’ve partnered with space-focused VC outfit Seraphim Capital to create a four-week program with (among other things) a $100,000 AWS credit for a carrot.

A few frequent flyers 'dominate air travel'

A small minority of frequent flyers dominates air travel in countries with high aviation emissions.

Climate change: China absent from key UK meeting

Despite an official UK invite, China is not taking part in a key summit on climate and development.

Xiaomi to invest $10 billion into new electric vehicle business

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said the company has created a new electric vehicle subsidiary as it believes electric vehicles are a crucial part of the smart ecosystem.

Oscars 2021: The female directors tackling tough truths

Two international film nominees on the personal trials they faced making their hard-hitting films.

Letterbox contact: ‘Don’t my birth children have a right to know I’m dying?'

Diagnosed with a terminal illness, Hanna wanted to tell the twins taken from her at 16 - but had no way of reaching them.

China sets sights on Middle East with Iran co-operation deal

The strategic accord will help expand Chinese influence in the region and challenge US dominance.

The cost of speaking up against China

Uyghurs abroad describe a pattern of harassment and intimidation they say is designed to silence them.

No end in sight for India's protesting farmers

Indian farmers are protesting against three new laws they believe will hurt their income.

Myanmar coup: The monks divided over the deadly protests

Hundreds have been killed in deadly protests since the military took control of the country in February.

Beware the return of the Iberian wolf, say Spain's farmers

A plan to ban hunting of wolves in north-west Spain worries farmers but is hailed by conservationists.

Microsoft veteran and partner chief Gavriella Schuster is out

Gavriella Schuster, a 25-year Microsoft veteran is passing the reseller-partner-program leadership torch to another Microsoft veteran, Rodney Clark.

Microsoft veteran and partner chief Gavriella Schuster is out

Gavriella Schuster, a 25-year Microsoft veteran is passing the reseller-partner-program leadership torch to another Microsoft veteran, Rodney Clark.

Brazil military chiefs resign in new crisis for Bolsonaro

It comes amid a cabinet reshuffle as Jair Bolsonaro fights to contain a crisis over his leadership.

England U21 job 'utterly impossible' says manager Boothroyd

England Under-21 manager Aidy Boothroyd believes his job is "utterly impossible" with his side facing a second successive group stage exit from the European Championships.

BlackBerry fiscal Q4 revenue misses expectations, in talks to sell mobile patents

BlackBerry cited the global chip shortage, and efforts to sell some of its patent portfolio pertaining to mobile to a North American company.

BlackBerry fiscal Q4 revenue misses expectations, in talks to sell mobile patents

BlackBerry cited the global chip shortage, and efforts to sell some of its patent portfolio pertaining to mobile to a North American company.

Covid: Germany limits use of AstraZeneca Covid jab for under-60s

The vaccine maker stresses that regulators find the benefits of its Covid-19 shot outweigh the risks.

Trossard and Praet on the scoresheet as Belgium hit eight

Brighton's Leandro Trossard and Leicester's Dennis Praet score their first goals for Belgium in a crushing World Cup 2022 qualifying win over Belarus.

VW rebrand turns out to be April Fool's joke

The carmaker will not change its name to "Voltswagen" in the US despite earlier saying it would.

Kenny's winless start continues as Republic held to friendly draw by Qatar

The Republic of Ireland fail to secure a first win under manager Stephen Kenny as they are held to a 1-1 friendly draw with Qatar in Debrecen.

Amazon acquires Indian retail startup Perpule

Amazon has acquired a startup in India that is helping offline stores go online, the e-commerce group’s latest attempt to make inroads in the world’s second most populous nation where brick and mortar continue to drive more than 95% of sales.

Jota and Ronaldo rescue Portugal against Luxembourg

Diogo Jota and Cristiano Ronaldo score to help spare Portugal's blushes and deny Luxembourg another major World Cup 2022 qualifying win.

James earns Wales late win in fiery World Cup qualifier

Daniel James' late header gives Wales victory over the Czech Republic in a fiery World Cup qualifier in which both teams had a man sent off.

Nashville floods kill four people

The storms in Tennessee required 100 people to be rescued from vehicles and buildings.

Oscars ceremony adds London venue for UK-based nominees

Academy Award organisers have told nominees they don't want people to appear by Zoom.

England midfielder Mount fit for World Cup qualifier against Poland

England boss Gareth Southgate says Mason Mount is fit for Wednesday's World Cup qualifier against Poland at Wembley.

CloudLinux Launches AlmaLinux, CentOS Linux clone

The first of the next generation of the Red Hat CentOS Linux clones, CloudLinux's AlmaLinux, is here.

CloudLinux Launches AlmaLinux, CentOS Linux clone

The first of the next generation of the Red Hat CentOS Linux clones, CloudLinux's AlmaLinux, is here.

Arm debuts the Armv9 architecture, outlines its roadmap for the next decade of computing

The Armv9 roadmap is the company's first new compute architecture in 10 years.

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