Next day delivery offered as part of innovative online used car sales website

Carzam selling

Launching today (Dec 3), offers thousands of ‘good quality, well prepared’ used cars to customers which can be collected from a customer handover centre the same day, or delivered to their home the following day.

The simple click-and-buy interface means customers can browse through thousands of cars that Carzam holds in stock.

Collection centres have been set up in Corby, Northamptonshire, and Stratford, London, where customers will be able to pick up their purchases within hours of doing a deal online.

Carzam process
Part-exchanged vehicles are picked up at the same time that new cars are dropped off

Car listings on the site include a PDF of the history check report, details of the service history, including where and when it was carried out, and details of the car’s multi-point inspection detailing any minor imperfections.

Cars can be financed on the site with approval received in less than

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Amazon Web Services outage takes down part of internet

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A widespread outage in the eastern part of the U.S. could be to blame.


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The outage is affecting Amazon Web Services, which provides internet infrastructure to many websites and apps including Amazon’s Ring doorbell, video game League of Legends and Sirius XM satellite radio.

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Before noon on the East Coast, Amazon said a programming interface for its Kinesis Data Streams product was “severely impaired,” according to the Amazon Web Services website. 

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Amazon said it was “continuing to work toward

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Epazz DeskFlex Desk Scheduling Software Will Release Vaccine Management Solution as Part of COVID Compliance Features

Epazz DeskFlex desk and room booking software is adding a vaccine management solution that tracks employees’ COVID-19 vaccination.    

CHICAGO, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — Epazz Inc. DeskFlex (OTC: EPAZ), a leading provider of mission-critical cloud-computing software solutions, announced today that DeskFlex’s vaccine management solution will help organizations plan and develop COVID-19 vaccination programs among its team members when it is released.

Pharmaceutical companies are working double-time to create a vaccine against the Novel 2019 Coronavirus. One of the leading pharmaceutical companies, Pfizer, developed a vaccine with a promising result of 90% effectivity according to the company’s clinical results. Over 43,538 volunteers participated and received two injections within 21 days apart. The company claimed that among the 94 evaluable COVID-19 cases, results revealed that more than 90% effectively prevented the Coronavirus infection. This result exceeded the Food and Drug Administration set a 50% minimum effectiveness bar. This

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YouTube cofounder Chad Hurley calls Elon Musk part of ‘axis of ego’

  • YouTube cofounder Chad Hurley mad a sarcastic jab at Elon Musk this week, sparking an immediate response from Musk. 
  • “The axis of ego @realDonaldTrump @kanyewest @elonmusk is pretty quiet tonight,” Hurley tweeted early Thursday morning. 
  • Musk immediately responded, telling Hurley to “stop being a chad,” an internet slang term used primarily by the involuntary celibate community to describe attractive men who are successful with women. 
  • Hurley said in follow-up tweets that he was being sarcastic and that it’s “so easy to troll fanboys,” likely referring to Musk’s legion of diehard fans. 
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YouTube cofounder Chad Hurley made a jab at Elon Musk this week when he tweeted that Musk is part of the “axis of ego.” 

Hurley, who founded YouTube along with Steve Chen in 2005, posted about Musk early Thursday morning, likening him to President Donald Trump and Kanye West. 

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Fortnite is reportedly coming back to iPhones as part of Nvidia’s cloud gaming service

  • Nvidia is looking to bring its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to Apple’s Safari mobile web browser, according to the BBC.
  • That would effectively allow Epic Games to bring Fortnite back to iPhones without having to pay the tech giant a cut of in-game transactions.
  • Fortnite was barred from the App Store earlier this year after it introduced an alternative payment method in the game.

graphical user interface, website: BROOKLYN, NY - AUGUST 09: CEO of Epic Games Tim Sweeney speaks onstage during Samsung Unpacked New York City at Barclays Center on August 9, 2018 in Brooklyn City. 

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BROOKLYN, NY – AUGUST 09: CEO of Epic Games Tim Sweeney speaks onstage during Samsung Unpacked New York City at Barclays Center on August 9, 2018 in Brooklyn City. 

Fortnite could be about to return to iPhones and iPads — this time as part of Nvidia’s cloud gaming service.


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The U.S. chipmaker is looking to bring GeForce Now — which gives players access to a library of games hosted on its servers — to a mobile version of Apple’s

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PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan Talks About Future Of VR As Part Of Interactive Entertainment


  • PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan doesn’t see VR being relevant to gaming in the immediate future
  • Despite launching the PSVR headset in 2016, no PS5-dedicated headset has been announced
  • In contrast, Facebook has released the Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset

Even as he prepares to launch a new console, Sony PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan is not doubling down on virtual reality playing a significant part in gaming in the immediate future.

Stating that VR is not yet where he believes it should be, Ryan said in an interview with The Washington Post that Sony has not given up on the medium just yet.

“I think we’re more than a few minutes from the future of VR,” Ryan said.

“PlayStation believes in VR. Sony believes in VR, and we definitely believe at some point in the future, VR will represent a meaningful component of interactive entertainment.”

“Will it be

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The Next Generation Of Artificial Intelligence (Part 2)

For the first part of this article series, see here.

The field of artificial intelligence moves fast. It has only been 8 years since the modern era of deep learning began at the 2012 ImageNet competition. Progress in the field since then has been breathtaking and relentless.

If anything, this breakneck pace is only accelerating. Five years from now, the field of AI will look very different than it does today. Methods that are currently considered cutting-edge will have become outdated; methods that today are nascent or on the fringes will be mainstream.

What will the next generation of artificial intelligence look like? Which novel AI approaches will unlock currently unimaginable possibilities in technology and business?

My previous column covered three emerging areas within AI that are poised to redefine the field—and

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PlayStation CEO says VR won’t be a ‘meaningful’ part of gaming for years

Sony PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan says virtual reality won’t be a meaningful part of interactive entertainment in the near future. Ryan indicated to The Washington Post that VR still has a long way to go, although he emphasized that Sony isn’t giving up on the medium. The statement suggests that an update to Sony’s PlayStation VR headset is years away.

“I think we’re more than a few minutes from the future of VR,” Ryan told the Post. “PlayStation believes in VR. Sony believes in VR, and we definitely believe at some point in the future, VR will represent a meaningful component of interactive entertainment. Will it be this year? No. Will it be next year? No. But will it come at some stage? We believe that.” He notes that the upcoming PlayStation 5, which will be released November 12th, supports the old PlayStation VR headset with a special adapter.

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Black Friday computer part deals: Build a new PC for less

Everyone always says if you’re going to get a new desktop computer, you should build it yourself. Then they act like that’s a super cheap proposition. Well, it’s not. You can definitely get a powerful PC at a relatively inexpensive price, but we’re still talking about hundreds of dollars here. And then you have to put it all together. A-whole-nother chore that takes at least a YouTube video or two to figure out.

If you’re intimidated by the idea of building your own computer, don’t be. For one thing, the process is so streamlined these days it’s basically like adult Lego. All the pieces fit together in specific ways, and it’s surprisingly hard to break stuff. If you’re more worried about the price, then we’ve got the answer for you right here.

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Xbox Brazil Host Says She Was Let Go In Part Due To Fan Harassment, Though Microsoft Denies

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Last Friday, Xbox Brazil video host Isadora Basile announced that Microsoft had severed ties with her. In a tweet, she said she’d been regularly harassed by members of the local Xbox community since being hired in early September, and that that mistreatment was part of the decision to end her contract.

Kotaku has been in contact with Basile throughout the week to learn more about the situation.

“At the end of the day, it seems I became too much of a problem,” Basile explained to Kotaku via email. She said that she had been supported by Xbox Brazil during some tough times, but understood that her dismissal was partially informed by fan abuse.

Microsoft, after initially not acknowledging the harassment in two statements since last week, was quoted by IGN today as saying that Basile’s firing was “unrelated” to the harassment.

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