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Street art emerges in Sao Paulo from the ashes of the burning Amazon
Brazilian artist Mundano has used ash from the burned Amazon rainforest to create a street mural in Sao Paulo of a firefighter standing amid deforestation, fires and dead animals.
Amazon Studios is placing Farhadi’s ‘A Hero’ in Awards Season in three categories
Although the pandemic has pole-axed many independent distributors, some like Alexandre Mallet-Guy at Paris-based Memento Distribution managed to weather the storm.
Senator and congressman condemn Amazon for promoting anti-vaxxer books
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren accused Amazon of “peddling misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines and treatments” through its search and bestseller algorithms, after the online retail giant pushed a book by an author The New York Times called “the most influential spreader of coronavirus misinformation online”.
Amazon moves production of ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV series to UK
Amazon made the surprise decision to move production of its $1bn-plus ‘Lord of the Rings’ series from New Zealand to the UK, rejecting tens of millions of dollars in incentives to shoot the TV show in the same location as the blockbuster films.
Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ series wraps filming, will debut Sept. 2022
Amazon Studios’ ‘Lord of the Rings’ series — which reportedly cost a whopping $465 million to make — completed filming in New Zealand. While the show does not have a title as of yet, it does have a release date: Sept. 2, 2022.
Amazon hit with $887m fine by European privacy watchdog
Amazon was issued with a fine of 746 million euros ($887 million) by a European privacy watchdog for breaching the bloc’s data protection laws.
Amazon said to make $9 billion offer for MGM
Amazon is weeks into negotiations on a deal to acquire MGM for about $9 billion, industry sources tell Variety.
Mumbai man orders mouthwash from Amazon, receives smartphone instead
In a bizarre incident, a Mumbai-based man placed an online order for mouthwash and ended up receiving a Redmi Note 10 instead. Sharing the incident on microblogging site Twitter, the platform user who goes by the name Lokesh Daga, tagged the e-commerce giant Amazon to narrate the alleged goof-up with his order.
NY boy, 4, buys 918 SpongeBob ice pops for $2,600 on Amazon
Noah, a four-year-old from New York, loves SpongeBob. A lot. In fact, he loves the absorbent and yellow and porous cartoon character so much that he decided to pop on Amazon for a spot of retail therapy, news.sky.com wrote.
Netflix, Amazon chiefs blast Hollywood Foreign Press Association over diversity
Netflix cut ties with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) – at least for now. Then later Friday, Amazon confirmed a similar split from the organization that’s behind the Golden Globe Awards.
Amazon changes app icon after some compare it to Hitler's moustache
E-commerce giant Amazon tweaked the icon for its mobile shopping app after it drew some unfavorable comparisons. Amazon replaced the blue ribbon on top of the icon after receiving feedback that it resembled Adolf Hitler's moustache, reports Fox News.
Daimler's Torc Robotics picks Amazon as cloud provider for self-driving trucks
Daimler AG unit Torc Robotics said on Wednesday it has selected Amazon’s cloud computing division to handle huge amounts of data in real time as it prepares to test self-driving test trucks in New Mexico and Virginia.
Pandemic lifestyle delivers earnings boon for Amazon, Google
Pandemic-driven lifestyle changes that have put the Internet at the center of seemingly everything proved a financial boon for Amazon and Google in the final three months of last year.
Baby abandoned on side of road in Houston of US found by Amazon driver
Neighbors on northside of Houston, US, are thanking an Amazon delivery driver for helping to find a baby that was abandoned after an apparent carjacking.
Apple, Amazon suspend Parler social network
Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. suspended Parler from their respective App Store and web hosting service, saying the social networking service popular with many right-leaning social media users has not taken adequate measures to prevent the spread of posts inciting violence.

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