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Competition Tribunal approves merger of struggling DVD/CD providers

Mass storage devices, downloads and streaming services have killed the market for DVD and CD providers, making a potential "monopoly" irrelevant.

IBM cooks up thought for food

Watson, the technology company's cognitive showpiece, is bringing artificial intelligence into the kitchen by conjuring up recipes.

Cloud giants scramble to keep up

Even global cloud computing leader VMware could not keep up with the demands of managing gadgets in the enterprise, writes Arthur Goldstuck.

Huawei to unveil cloud-computing smartphones

China's Huawei Technologies will unveil cloud-computing cellphones in an attempt to replicate its telecom gear success in the smartphone market.

Microsoft puts Office in the cloud as it confronts Google

Microsoft is making its biggest move into the world of cloud computing this week as it takes the wraps off a online version of its Office software.

Amazon faces backlash over ‘music locker’ service

A new Amazon.com service that lets customers store songs and play them on of phones and computers is facing a backlash from the music industry.

Amazon’s cloud has a silver lining

Half a billion dollars. That's what online retailer Amazon.com will earn from its cloud computing services this year.

Computer applications float in internet cloud

When Merlin Mann is on the go and needs to access his computer information he steps into the cloud.

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