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Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: Dell, HKEX: 4331) is a multinational information technology corporation based in Round Rock, Texas, United States, that develops, sells and supports computers and related products and services. Bearing the name of its founder, Michael Dell, the company is one of the largest technological corporations in the world, employing more than 96,000 people worldwide.

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Richard Gere
Richard Gere Reportedly Dating Padma Lakshmi

By IBTimes AU

Richard Gere has been rumoured to be secretly dating Padma Lakshmi. (Apr 22)

MORE TOPICS: NEW YORK, CANCER

Apple
Dell And Goldstein: Two of Tech World Visionaries Who Saw Apple's Future

By IBTimes AU

April is a significant month to pay tribute for those who paved a way for their genius ideas in the world of technology. (Apr 11)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, APPLE INC., MICHAEL DELL, STEVE JOBS, RETAIL

A woman places a lighted candle on a poster with messages expressing hope for passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 during a candlelight vigil in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur on 16 March, 2014.
Flight MH370 Search: New Theory Pursued as Australia-Led Search Shifts to New Target Location

By IBTimes AU

The search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been moved to about 1,100 kilometres in the north-east of Indian Ocean. Authorities said the Boeing 777 aircraft may have travelled faster than previously thought. (Mar 29)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, AUSTRALIA

A family member of a passenger onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 cries on a bus before heading to the Malaysian embassy, outside Lido Hotel in Beijing, March 25, 2014. Bad weather and rough seas on Tuesday forced the suspension of the search for any
Flight MH370 Search: Robots from Australia, US Help Find Debris as Time Runs Out on Plane's Black Box

By IBTimes AU

The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continues after a 17-day wait for the Malaysian Prime Minister to confirm that the Boeing 777 with 239 people on board crashed into the southern Indian Ocean. (Mar 26)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA

Upgrade Microsoft Windows XP: Have Peace of Mind With Your OS And Get $50 Freebies

By IBTimes AU

It's time to upgrade your Windows XP, have peace of mind with your OS and get a bonus of $50 worth of freebies. (Mar 21)

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Windows XP
Still Sticking to Windows XP? Good News: Upgrade Now And Get $50 Worth of Free Stuff

By IBTimes AU

Windows XP will bite the dust this April. Microsoft has already sent out countless warnings to XP users, letting them know that the support will end on April 8. (Mar 19)

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PayPal Unveils ‘PayPal Here’ to Process Payments via Smartphone
Billionaire Carl Icahn Hits eBay Over Corporate Governance, Seeks Split from PayPal

By IBTimes AU

After shaking up Apple's stocks, billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn has shifted his attention to eBay. He released on Tuesday an open shareholder letter to the popular ecommerce site, hitting its corporate governance and pushing that it separate from PayPal. (Feb 26)

MORE TOPICS: CARL ICAHN, NINTENDO, MANAGEMENT, BLACKBERRY, SONY

The World of Ultrabooks: A Round-Up Of the Best Ultrabooks

By IBTimes AU

When Intel has launched a new category of computing devices a few years back, the market has been poured with ultrabooks. Ultrabooks are battery-efficient, incredibly thin and with low-voltage processors. The processor is an Intel Core, not thicker than 0. (Feb 24)

MORE TOPICS: INTEL, HP, SAMSUNG

Windows 8.1 Update Available Globally From 17 October
Will Reported 70% Drop in Price of Windows 8.1 Licenses for Devices Costing Less Than $250 Help Increase Users of Unpopular OS? (VIDEOS)

By IBTimes AU

Reports surfaced over the weekend that Microsoft will cut by 70 per cent the price of Window 8.1 licenses for devices costing less than $250. According to Bloomberg, with the reduction, the price of a Windows 8.1 OS would drop to $15 from $50. (Feb 24)

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People stand in front of the Indian parliament building (representational picture)
Parliament Approves Creating New State Despite MPs' Protests

By Reuters

Lawmakers passed a bill to create India's 29th state on Thursday despite mayhem in parliament, as opponents made a futile last attempt to stop the upper house carving landlocked Telangana from coastal Andhra Pradesh. (Feb 21)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, INDIA, CONGRESS