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  2. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud - Wikipedia

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    Amazon announced a limited public beta test of EC2 on August 25, 2006, offering access on a first-come, first-served basis. Amazon added two new instance types (Large and Extra-Large) on October 16, 2007. On May 29, 2008, two more types were added, High-CPU Medium and High-CPU Extra Large. There were twelve types of instances available.

  3. Amazon Echo - Wikipedia

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    The Echo Connect is a small adapter that plugs into any Echo and a home phone line, allowing the Echo to make voice calls through a home phone number. In September 2018, Amazon announced the Echo Sub, a subwoofer that connects to other Echo speakers, and the Echo Wall Clock, which can display how much time is remaining on timers set with an ...

  4. Amazon Appstore - Wikipedia

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    Amazon stated that the service had been in decline, partly due to many apps not supporting the feature, and the increasing prevalence of the "free-to-play" business model making it obsolete. [13] On June 24, 2021, Microsoft announced that Windows 11 would allow access to the Amazon Appstore within the Microsoft Store , enabling users to run ...

  5. Woot - Wikipedia

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    On June 30, 2010, Woot was sold to Amazon for a reported sum of $110 million. The CEO, Matt Rutledge, sent an E-mail [19] to employees stressing that Woot would continue to operate as per usual. However, in June 2014 he crowdsourced a new website called Meh to become the successor of Woot, citing dissatisfaction with changes made by Amazon.