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How Amazon engineers keep inventing from home

Ziplines, parrots, and more—see just a few of the ways Amazon engineers keep inventing, even from home.

How Amazon automated work for employees’ benefit

The author of 'Always Day One' describes Amazon's philosophy behind automation in an article for HBR

“Hey Samuel, tell me a joke”

With the launch of a new wake word for the Samuel L. Jackson celebrity voice, learn more about the tech bringing the experience to life.

Share and discover new Alexa Routines

Customers in the U.S. can now turn their Alexa Routines in shareable URL links.

Introducing Amazon Kids and Amazon Kids+

The kid-friendly experience families love, now with more content and features designed just for kids.

A drone program taking flight

Amazon moves closer to its goal of a drone delivery solution that scales to meet the needs of customers.

Fact check: sizing up Amazon

While Amazon is a large company, we operate in big, competitive, and highly fragmented global markets—and have bigger retail competitors in every country we serve.

Amazon introduces 'Distance Assistant'

The company’s latest innovation provides real-time social distancing feedback and we plan to open source the technology
The inside story of how the Kindle was born
Early development team reveals untold details
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Amazon Devices Event – September 2019

Follow along for all the news as it happens, from Amazon Devices & Services.

How Alexa can help your family stay organized this school year

From help managing online class schedules to minimizing distractions, and even some fun, Alexa's got you covered.

What we look for in new hires

A leadership recruiter shares insights from Alexa Shopping leaders.
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Alexa and Amazon Devices COVID‑19 resources

How to use Alexa and Amazon Devices to stay informed, connected, and entertained.

Can I watch YouTube on Fire TV?

The official YouTube app is now live on compatible Fire TV devices.

A new, easy way for properties to add Alexa to residential buildings

Alexa for Residential is an all-new service enables properties to offer residents a move-in ready Alexa-enabled smart apartment with no setup necessary.
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Navigating the world safely amid COVID-19

How AWS customers and partners are adapting technologies to help keep people safe as they contemplate returning to schools and offices and resuming regular activities.

Supporting small businesses with tools, insights, and data

Amazon has invested tens of billions in infrastructure and built hundreds of tools to help independent sellers succeed in our store—including data analytics that help independent sellers to better understand and reach customers.

How Amazon supports women in machine learning

Kesha Williams is a software engineer, TED Speaker, training architect with A Cloud Guru, and is inspiring women to get into machine learning.
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