E' bastato mettere in vendita il nuovo album di Lady Gaga (Born This Way) a 99 centesimi di dollaro - una mossa promozionale per far conoscere Cloud Drive - per mandare in tilt i server di Amazon.
The discount was widely seen as a way for Amazon to promote its new Cloud Drive service, which allows users to store music files on remote servers and stream them over the Internet to their computer or smartphone. But Amazon may have underestimated the zeal (or thrift) of Lady Gaga’s fans. By early afternoon the company’s servers stalled, and many users were unable to download or listen to the album in full. Frustrated customers quickly took to Twitter and to Amazon’s user review page for “Born This Way.”
New York Times