I have both Google Play music player and Amazon MP3 Player downloaded on my Spectrum. I know I put Amazon on there, but don't remember putting Google on there (not really relevent?). Anywho, I've only downloaded one album through Google Play, and about a thousand songs through Amazon.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is obviously making it very difficult for competitors in the public cloud market. That could not have been made more clear than how IBM and Rackspace are choosing how to make their presence felt this week at AWS re:Invent.
For the past week, IBM has been getting trashed for its anti-Amazon ads that declare their superiority to AWS.
I have been looking at both Google and Amazon. I am confused as to how they process the songs you upload. Amazon says they will make any song 256kbs... If I upload a higher bit rate does it default to 256kbs? Does both Google and Amazon just scan the file and and use the song in their database.
can anyone help me configure postfix to use with amazon ses please..
i can successfully follow instructions here using sendgrid
and it is working fine using sendgrid..
But i would like to adjust settings to use amazon SES instead of sendgrid, I am not even sure if that is possible seems google has blocked all smtp ports.
Similar to some of the aftermath of Google I/O this past summer, as Amazon’s press event last week fades into history we are starting to discover some other changes in their ecosystem that may have been overlooked in the excitement of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD announcement.