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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.

Articles About Cloud computing

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)

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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

Cloud Adds Productivity and Ease in Business Functions

By IBTimes AU

Cloud computing is already a huge buzz word. (Jul 04)

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An Amazon representative shows off the Firefly scanning feature on the company's new Fire smartphone at the company's campus in Seattle, Washington June 18, 2014. Amazon.com Inc's new cellphone seeks to offer shoppers instant gratification
Firefly Rolls Out Visual Search And Buying Capabilites to Amazon Fire Phone

By IBTimes AU

Amazon has recently initiated its first smartphone Fire Phone carrying almost all the features which can make him attractive in the market. (Jun 23)

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Phil Spencer, Head of Microsoft's Xbox Division and Microsoft Studios, Speaks During the Xbox E3 Media Briefing at USC's Galen Center in Los Angeles
PS4 vs. Xbox One: Big Exclusives from Microsoft and Updates on Project Morpheus and Bloodborne

By IBTimes AU

Sony gives more details on its Project Morpheus-based game, “The Assembly,” and first details of exclusive title, “Bloodborne.” Over at Microsoft’s camp, nine exclusive titles have been revealed to come out before the year ends. (Jun 12)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, JAPAN, SONY, ARCHITECTURE

Paper Battery Earns $3M to Fix Smartphone to Have 'Thinner and Long-lasting' Battery Life

By IBTimes AU

As the current phones and tablets have taken a giant leap in providing the best technology to the end users, the batteries used are in sync promising an improved and better version in the future. (Jun 11)

MORE TOPICS: MANUFACTURING, FLORIDA, NEW YORK, SMARTPHONE

Samsung Galaxy S5: S Health App Update Can Now Measure Stress Levels

By IBTimes AU

The Samsung Galaxy S5 owners can now measure their stress levels using the latest Samsung device. An update has been made on the S Health app where the heart rate sensor on the Samsung Galaxy S5 becomes more helpful in detecting the stress level of the smartphone users. (May 28)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, SMARTPHONE, ANDROID