Amazon Web Services (AWS) broke the $10 billion revenue mark again for its most recent quarter – albeit with slowed growth – while Google Cloud has seen a 43% year-over-year climb in an otherwise challenging quarter for Alphabet. AWS recorded $10.8bn (£8.23bn) in revenues for Q220, an increase of just under 29% from this time… Read more »

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