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The company's annual sales event is stingier than ever online, with no specials on the iPad mini or iMac and Mac Mini desktops.
Phil Pavitt is leaving his CIO role to help Aviva lead the execution of its IT strategy.
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After an abysmal quarter, posting a loss and warning that the telecoms equipment maker may have to sell off assets, the firm is reportedly in financing talks with Goldman Sachs.
A Northampton University student is defending himself against claims that he was part of "Operation Payback."
Use of stylus with tablets is limited but will grow as more apps are developed for the tool, and conveniences for Asian languages input could be an added driver.
Looking to boost the country's electronic manufacturing sector, the Indian government is encouraging large Indian companies to acquire struggling global technology vendors.
More software-as-a-service vendors are entering the market and the competition has led to profits being sacrificed for customer acquisition and to expand product offerings.
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It started with a surprising e-commerce mess. Then the backorder blues. And now, silence.
Depending on the age of your MacBook and the version of Mac OS X installed, either Software Update or the Mac App Store may tell you to run the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Update 2.0. But don't.
Internode has announced that it can now offer traditional voice services over the NBN.
Indonesia's largest telco wins its appeal to reject the controversial decision by Jakarta Commercial Court, which had declared it bankrupt following debt dispute with distributor.
Just because multinational tech companies bring dollars and jobs into the country doesn't mean their tax dodging should be overlooked, according to UTS Centre of Corporate Governance director Thomas Clarke.
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