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IBM

International Business Machines, abbreviated IBM, is a multinational computer, technology and IT consulting corporation headquartered in Armonk, North Castle, New York, United States. The company is one of the few information technology companies with a continuous history dating back to the 19th century. IBM manufactures and sells computer hardware and software (with a focus on the latter), and offers infrastructure services, hosting services, and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. It has been nicknamed "Big Blue" for its official corporate color. Read More

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Apple Reports Weak iPad Performance, Found to Top Web Traffic with 78 Per Cent Share

By IBTimes AU

Apple iPad continued with its sales slide, though the tablet has been found to continue its dominance over Web traffic shares. (1:12 pm)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, IPAD

Tim Cook is Very Bullish on Tablet Market

By IBTimes AU

Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, said that he is very bullish about the future of the tablet market (Jul 24)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, IPAD

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The IBM and Apple Merger: Will it Spell Trouble to Rival Companies

By IBTimes AU

Two tech world giants, Apple and IBM recently decided to partner up on a project and expand their market. (Jul 23)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, APPLE INC., RETAIL, MANAGEMENT

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Implications of IBM-Apple Pact on Mobile Enterprise

By IBTimes AU

Enterprise IT major IBM has clinched an exclusive partnership with Apple to sell its iPhones and iPads loaded with its applications to enterprise clients, reported Reuters. Many see this as an attempt by IBM to shift gears from hardware to software. (Jul 21)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, IPHONE, SAMSUNG, RETAIL, IPAD, NEW YORK

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BlackBerry Puts Up a Brave Face, Claims Apple-IBM Deal Won't Affect It

By IBTimes AU

BlackBerry has stated it isn't too worried of the recent agreement between Apple and IBM aimed at making Apple's iPad and iPhone gain a bigger traction in the enterprise segment. (Jul 18)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, IPHONE, RETAIL, IPAD, BLACKBERRY, ANDROID

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Android Push in Mobile Enterprise May Turn Hard

By IBTimes AU

The Apple-IBM partnership for enterprise mobile management will rattle Google led Android push in enterprise, reports Computer World. The Apple-IBM deal came close on the heels of Google’s initiative to attract business users into Android tablets and smartphones. (Jul 18)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, MANAGEMENT, BLACKBERRY, ANDROID

Google Inspiring Australian Tech Entrepreneurs

By IBTimes AU

A big chunk of Australian technology professionals are caught by Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurial bug, reports The Australian. Quoting a leading angel investor, the report says the new breed tech entrepreneurs are heavily inspired by Google and many of them are Ex Googlers. (Jul 17)

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Global Markets Overview – July 17, 2014

By IG Markets

US markets have provided some backbone for the Asian session today, with our opening call currently at 5531 (+0.2%). (Jul 17)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GOLD, FTSE, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, JAPAN

RFID Technology Market Set for Huge Growth

By IBTimes AU

According to a research report by IDtechex, the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) market is in a hyper growth phase. The technology through wireless contacts automates distribution, inventory management and helps in increasing customer satisfaction. Today the RFID market size is around $9. (Jul 09)

MORE TOPICS: RETAIL, MANAGEMENT

Tech Vendors See Internet of Things as the Next Big Business Opportunity

By IBTimes AU

Enterprises are excited at the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) as a big business opportunity. This is amid concerns about devices proliferating and network capacity and security becoming unwieldy in matching the growing number of end points from connectedness. (Jul 08)

MORE TOPICS: AMD, CISCO SYSTEMS, INTEL