According to sources shoppers in the US and elsewhere in the world are struggling to access e-commerce giant Amazon’s website as one of its biggest annual sales, Prime Day, got underway. Reports added that “Many reported the platform had crashed as soon as the two day sale day began on Monday, showing them only an error message that read "sorry, something went wrong on our end".
Meanwhile the issues are centered on the US but occurring on other continents too. Moreover DownDetector.com, which tracks outages, most of the outages is centered on the US. Furthermore, it was also reported in Europe, Africa, South America, Russia, Asia and Australasia. Moreover others also reported experiencing problems with Amazon's video streaming services and its virtual assistant Alexa.
Further according to reports, users have experienced errors on both the desktop
site and the mobile app. Recently some saw an error page featuring the
"dogs of Amazon" and were unable to enter the site, while others
could not enter specific product pages. Accordingly many were unable to
complete purchases at checkout, while others reported that the
"deals" page and "Shop all deals" button had disappeared
from the site. Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015 and by 2017 it was its second
biggest shopping day.
Will DMK fulfill its promises as per its Manifesto for Elections 2019? Chennai sources stated that the DMK on Tuesday promised to do away with the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) for medical admissions and ushering in quota in the private sector in its manifesto for the Lok Sabha election. DMK chief MK Stalin said while unveiling the salient features of his party's manifesto that "The NEET for medical admissions will be scrapped".
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