AWS makes COVID-19 datasets freely available

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has formed a public AWS COVID-19 data lake, a centralized repository of datasets related to the spread of the novel coronavirus and associated illnesses.

AWS on April 8 said it was working with partners to make the growing collection of COVID-19 datasets freely available and keep it up-to-date. AWS has seeded the data lake with COVID-19 case tracking data from Johns Hopkins and the New York Times, hospital bed availability from Definitive Healthcare, and more than 45,000 research articles about COVID-19 and related coronaviruses from the Allen Institute for AI. AWS will regularly add more data

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2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave review: Desert runner

2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave

The king of the rocks is now the king of the desert.

Emme Hall/Roadshow

When I first drove the Jeep Gladiator Rubicon, I thought I’d found my off-road dream truck. Solid axles, a crazy crawl ratio, front and rear differential lockers and a convertible to boot? Hell yes. But then Jeep unveiled the Gladiator Mojave, and now that I’ve had a chance to put it through its paces, well, move over, Rubicon.


  • Purposeful suspension upgrades
  • No noticeable loss in other off-road abilities
  • Easy-to-use Uconnect infotainment tech
  • The roof comes off!

Don’t Like

  • Reduced tow rating
  • Fully loaded
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2020 McLaren GT review: What’s in a name?

As far as I’m concerned, this is McLaren’s prettiest car.

Steven Ewing/Roadshow

McLaren has said on more than one occasion that it absolutely, positively will not build an SUV. So how is the brand catering to customers who desire a softer, gentler McLaren? Meet the new GT.


  • Sharp styling that turns heads
  • Powerful, emotive V8 engine
  • Stellar driving dynamics
  • Beautifully crafted interior with high-quality materials

Don’t Like

  • Laggy infotainment lacks smartphone connectivity
  • Missing some key luxury and driver-assistance features

That’s “GT” as in “grand tourer,” a McLaren for folks who want to cover great distances in great comfort,

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2020 Jeep Wrangler EcoDiesel review: The one you’ve been waiting for

The Jeep Wrangler is already one of the most capable vehicles you can buy today. From rocky cliffs to desert wastelands and everywhere in between, there aren’t many places this 4×4 can’t take you. 


  • Go-anywhere off-road capability
  • Impressive refinement
  • Rugged good looks
  • Solid structure

Don’t Like

  • Fuel efficiency could be better
  • The diesel upcharge
  • Interior comfort

Building on this legendary capability, Jeep is at long last offering a diesel engine in the Wrangler, a 3.0-liter V6 that, not surprisingly, provides a seemingly endless tsunami of torque, which further enhances this machine’s mountain goat-like climbing talents.

That oil-burner joins a

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Huawei Mate 30 Pro, hands on: Superb hardware, but Google services are sorely missed Review

Huawei’s lock-out from Google Mobile Services is now embedded into its current and upcoming range of handsets. For a company that’s become a smartphone leader in Europe and the US in recent times, the absence of Google applications like Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps and the Play Store on its phones is a serious disadvantage. Still, Huawei remains undaunted, and is launching handsets in the UK equipped instead with Huawei Mobile Services. We will shortly have an evaluation of the new flagship Huawei P40 Pro, but for now, how does the £899.99 (inc. VAT) Mate 30 Pro stand up?

It’s worth

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