The US online retail giant wants to strengthen its lucrative diversification into IT services, and "provide low-latency broadband to a wide range of customers," including those "working in locations without a reliable internet co

The summer when air travel was supposed to return to normal after a two-year pandemic vacuum is in danger of becoming the summer when the high-volume, low-cost air travel model broke down - at least in Europe's sprawling integrated market.

Analysts say the labor squeeze may raise costs beyond the summer, but it is too early to tell whether the industry must step back from the pre-pandemic model of ever-rising volumes and cost-cutting, which generated new routes and kept fares low.

It's also very easy to set alarms which wake us up to our favourite radio station every day.' 'For example, we say 'Alexa, time for bed' and it turns our downstairs lights off and turns our bedroom lights on!



But because these services use satellites at geostationary orbit -- more than 35,000 kilometers (22,000 miles) from Earth's surface -- their speed cannot match that of fiber, prohibiting use for high-speed tasks li



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Satellite internet already exists: US customers have access to HughesNet and Viasat, while in Europe, Orange subsidiary Nordnet -- among others -- uses the power of the Eutelsat Konnect satellite to offer broadband to its



In addition to the satellites themselves, Amazon plans "small, affordable client terminals" along the lines of Echo smart-homes and Kindle e-readers, and promises to "provide service at a price that is affordable and accessible to customers," with no further pricing details im

Djeffal offers a taste of what airports and airlines across Europe are up against as they race to hire thousands to cope with resurgent demand, dubbed "revenge travel" as people seek to make up for vacations lost during the pandemic.

On Thursday a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog, showed the stock of enriched uranium amassed by Iran was in breach of its 2015 nuclear deal, with the country nearing the ability to make a nuclear bomb.

"People in the world don't want to deal with a country that is committing these atrocities in Ukraine." Oil markets are in an "explosive mood" over increasing outrage against Russia, said Phil Flynn, an analyst at Price Futures Group.



In late March, the United Nation's International Telecommunication Union remarked that "once considered a luxury, internet connectivity became crucial for many during the COVID-19 pandemic as populations faced stay-at-home orders and many practices move

But smart home control is what makes the Echo Dot so great. With help from Alexa, you can control compatible appliances and devices with a simple voice command, including robot vacuum cleaners, home security, lights and heating.

The United States and Iran have nearly completed negotiations on reviving a nuclear accord that could bring more than a million bpd of oil, or about 1% of global supply, back to the market.
"We are close to a possible deal," Jalina Porter, the U.S. State Department's principal deputy spokesperson, Free Book told reporters.

"It's more comfortable packing a hair dryer or a computer in a box than heaving a 50-pound suitcase crawling into the fuselage of an airplane," said Thomas Richter, chief of the German ground-handling employers' association ABL.

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But the bandwidth marketing specialist, who asked to remain anonymous, also noted that low-orbiting spacecraft are far more vulnerable than geostationary ones, as demonstrated by the recent loss of dozens of Starlinks after a magne

Trade was volatile, with crude prices jumping early to multi-year highs on worries about disruption to Russia's exports, which at 4 to 5 million barrels per day (bpd) are more than any other nation other than Saudi Arabia.

One impressed user raved: Apple 'I was after a quiet fan for the bedroom and Free Book wasn't disappointed.
I can easily sleep while on low, not too loud. The oscillation is a very wide angle, Buy Book so great for keeping the whole room cool.'

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HOUSTON, March 3 (Reuters) - Oil slid 2% on Thursday, after hitting prices not seen in a decade, as sellers jumped on hopes the United States and Iran will agree soon on a nuclear deal that could add barrels to a tight global market.

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