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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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A microchip is pictured on a woman's finger during a presentation of the German Bundesdruckerei
End-Of-The World Doomsday Prophets Continue To Spread Mandatory Chip Implant Hoax, Claims EU Requires Newborns To Have RFID Implants

By IBTimes AU

End-of-the-world scenarios continue to fascinate doomsday prophets who are even willing to believe Internet hoaxes to push their agenda that the Biblical Apocalypse is happening soon. (Sep 18)

A family member of a passenger onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 cries as she gathers with others to pray at Yonghegong Lama Temple in Beijing September 8, 2014, on the six-month anniversary of the disappearance of the plane.  The Boeing
MH370 Search Update: Relatives Of Passengers Believe ‘Something Is Being Covered Up’; Hunt Leads To Scientific Discoveries Instead

By IBTimes AU

Passengers of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 refuse to believe that their loved ones are dead. Girlfriend of Philip Wood believes authorities are interfering with the findings. (Sep 10)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, TONY ABBOTT

A Sales Assistant Holding Samsung Electronics' Galaxy 5 Smartphone And Apple Inc's iPhone 5 Smartphone Poses For Photographs At A Store In Seoul
Smaller Australian Telcos Required To Have Usage Alert For Customers To Avoid Phone Bill Shock

By IBTimes AU

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has ordered smaller telcos in the country to implement a provision in the Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code. (Sep 02)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, ADVERTISING, ITUNES, TELSTRA, OPTUS

Shoppers browse for video games near a poster advertising a FIFA soccer video game played on Sony Corp's PlayStation 4 console, at an electronics retail store in Tokyo
British Mum Seeks More Regulation Of Mobile Games On Phones After Son Incurs £7,000 Phone Bill

By IBTimes AU

British mum Theresa Cox blames the mobile phone game Clash of Clans for almost emptying her bank account of £7,000 which was automatically debited from her funds. (Sep 01)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, OPTUS

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Apple 12.9-inch iPad Release Imminent Targeting Businesses with Production in Place

By IBTimes AU

Apple will not give up on its iPad as it sets out to release another product version in 2015. According to recent reports, the tech giant will be releasing its 12.9-inch version in early 2015 with suppliers preparing already. (Aug 31)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, IPAD, ANDROID

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IBM Opens $1.2 Billion Data Centre in Melbourne & Sydney

By IBTimes AU

Technology giant IBM said on Tuesday that it would open two SoftLayer data centres in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. The first, to open in September at Deer Park in Melbourne, is part of IBM's $1.2 billion global investment that aims to expand its cloud computing footprint. (Aug 27)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, CLOUD COMPUTING, INVESTMENT, LONDON

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Haifa Seeks 2nd Stock Exchange for Israel

By IBTimes AU

TheTel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) may soon have competition as Haifa, the third-largest city in Israel, wants to open a second bourse that focuses on technology-based stocks. (Aug 22)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, MICROSOFT, NYSE, TOKYO STOCK EXCHANGE, ISRAEL, JAPAN

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iPads, Macbooks Banned in Chinese Gov't Report Denied; Apple Inc. Leads Global PC Market Share

By IBTimes AU

A report has recently circulated that China has banned the use of Apple devices such as iPads and Macbooks in government. The Chinese government has allegedly excluded Apple from its list of authorised products for official use due to security concerns. (Aug 10)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, MICROSOFT, IPHONE, APPLE INC., SAMSUNG, IPAD

Satya Nadella, Microsoft Corp chief executive, attends the unveil event of the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 in New York
How Microsoft and IBM Get Ahead of Amazon: Cloud is the Future

By IBTimes AU

For years, Amazon.com has been the uncontested leader in the Cloud infrastructure. While this has become an extremely valuable asset in the strengthening of Amazon, reports suggest that there are two major players aggressively trying to surge ahead of Amazon. (Jul 31)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT

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Apple to Introduce New Video Conferencing System to Kill Microsoft's Round Table Conferencing

By IBTimes AU

Apple continues to be on a roll as it landed several new patents this month. One of the latest of which is the technology changing the way people do videoconferencing. The said patent will go against Microsoft's Round Table Conferencing. (Jul 31)