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Cloud computing

Cloud computing is Internet-based computing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand, as with the electricity grid.

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A gamer plays "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" on an Xbox One console during the Xbox Play Day 2014, before the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne August 12, 2014. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, is opened to th
Xbox One Future Servers Discussed in PAX Australia, Holiday Releases Looking At Delay to 2015

By IBTimes AU

Microsoft appears to have more plans for Australia in terms of setting up and using local servers for future online gaming. Also the holiday titles may not all be slated for holiday release, considering the number of games. (Nov 05)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, SAMSUNG, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA

Lei Jun, founder and CEO of China's mobile company Xiaomi, shows the new features at a launch ceremony
Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra Says ‘We're Moving Your Data Out Of China’

By IBTimes AU

Xiaomi’s cloud storage servers are moved out of China to the U.S. and Singapore. (Oct 27)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, IPHONE, SAMSUNG, FACEBOOK, INDIA, ARCHITECTURE

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Microsoft to Provide Reseachers With Cloud Computing to Tackle Ebola

By IBTimes AU

Microsoft to provide Azure to researchers to analyse and store data in developing the Ebola vaccine. (Oct 21)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, BILL GATES

Jennifer Lawrence, best supporting actress nominee for her role in the film "American Hustle", peeks around an Oscar statue on the red carpet as actor Brad Pitt (L) looks on at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California March 2, 2014.
Twitter War Erupts After EU Commissioner Calls Celebrities In Nude Selfie Leaked Photos ‘Dumb’

By IBTimes AU

A Twitter war has started after Gunther Gettinger, the EU commissioner designate of Digital Economy and Society blamed the female celebrities on Monday in Brussels for the furor that their leaked nude selfies caused. (Oct 02)

MORE TOPICS: BRAD PITT, CALIFORNIA, HUMAN RIGHTS, TWITTER, HOLLYWOOD

Apple CEO Tim Cook Speaks About The Apple Watch
Apple Faces Privacy Challenge With The Launch of Apple Pay And Apple Watch

By IBTimes AU

Apple launched its new products that includes Apple Pay and Apple Watch, but the recent news about security breaches could cause Apple to face privacy challenges. (Sep 12)

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Seagate Launches A Spacious 8TB 3.5-inch Hard Drive

By IBTimes AU

Seagate launches its spacious 8TB 3.5-inch hard drive, claimed to be the world’s very first 8TB hard disk drive ready to ship to its select enterprise customers. (Aug 30)

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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: IBM, AUSTRALIA, INVESTMENT, LONDON

An Attendee Uses Her Smartphone In Front Of A Fiant Microsoft Xbox Sign At The 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo, Known as E3, in Los Angeles
Xbox One News: Gamescom Plans And More Xbox Cloud Power Plus A Price Cut For European Countries

By IBTimes AU

Gamescom 2014 is drawing closer as Microsoft details its plans for the Xbox One. Meanwhile, a price cut for the Xbox One bundle is being offered by Amazon Italy in some European countries. (Aug 12)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, GERMANY

Cloud Assumes More Prominence in the Internet of Things

By IBTimes AU

Cloud computing adoption has been on for the past few years. But a recent Gartner survey said companies deploying cloud are moving on to hybrid cloud. (Jul 08)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT

Lenova-IBM Server Deal Gets China Nod

By IBTimes AU

China has recently granted its approval to the Lenovo-IBM x86 server deal, according to Reuters. (Jul 08)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, IBM, INVESTMENT