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Big Blue buys Trusteer

Big Blue buys Trusteer

Said to be worth $1 billion.
Adam Greenberg Aug 19 2013, 8:30AM Security
Groupon beats the street in first post-Mason quarter

Groupon beats the street in first post-Mason quarter

Mobile strong, but international is actually shrinking quickly
Andrew Birmingham May 9 2013, 7:19AM Finance
End of financial year tech discounts

End of financial year tech discounts

Laptops, printers, paper on sale.
Chris Jager Jun 26 2012, 8:06AM Hardware
The $25 PC is nearly here...

The $25 PC is nearly here...

Introducing the Raspberry Pi: a tiny, ultra-affordable Linux computer that can play 3D video games and HD movies.
Chris Jager Oct 25 2011, 3:28PM Hardware
Kogan offers free TVs if pipped on price

Kogan offers free TVs if pipped on price

Two major rivals in its sights.
William Maher Sep 1 2011, 3:05PM Sales & Marketing
BP awards software outsourcing deals

BP awards software outsourcing deals

App development and maintenance covered.
Tom Young Aug 27 2009, 8:52AM Services
Google may pre-install Chrome browser

Google may pre-install Chrome browser

Search giant investigating OEM deals.
Iain Thomson Nov 22 2008, 8:43AM Software
Apple in deals to connect iPod in new car models

Apple in deals to connect iPod in new car models

Apple Computer said it had reach agreements with Ford Motor, General Motors and Mazda to make it easier to connect its popular iPod music player to car stereos.
Staff Writers Aug 4 2006, 9:36AM Mobility
Ericsson wins services, HSDPA network deals

Ericsson wins services, HSDPA network deals

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Ericsson has won a deal for the super-fast wireless network technology HSDPA from Israel's largest mobile operator Cellcom, the Swedish firm said on Wednesday.
Staff Writers Sep 8 2005, 4:16PM Collaboration
SkyNetGlobal deal wheels wobble

SkyNetGlobal deal wheels wobble

A $29 million Russia-Ukraine deal for Sydney wireless and broadband provider SkyNetGlobal seems tipped to collapse while the firm flags plans to acquire a Malaysian e-payments and prepaid mobile services business for some $42.5 million.
Fleur Doidge Sep 8 2005, 1:05PM Collaboration
Brisbane ISV signs three US deals

Brisbane ISV signs three US deals

Brisbane ISV Ephox has signed three OEM deals with US-based companies for its browser-based authoring software EditLive! for Java, ahead of plans to expand into Europe in 2005.
Fleur Doidge Nov 22 2004, 12:00AM Software
Tech Pac, Synnex strike new consumables deals

Tech Pac, Synnex strike new consumables deals

Tech Pacific has started distributing ink and toner from UK-based supplier IT Image, filling a gap in its consumables product line up.
Byron Connolly Nov 4 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Ingram looks to China for consumer electronics deals

Ingram looks to China for consumer electronics deals

Broad-based distributor Ingram Micro has tipped China as a future source for consumer electronics offerings as the convergence of consumer products and the IT channel increases in importance over coming years.
Fleur Doidge Sep 17 2004, 12:00AM Strategy
Nortel: shunning direct cost us deals

Nortel: shunning direct cost us deals

A senior Nortel executive has admitted that the company's past reluctance to market directly to large businesses has cost it enterprise share.
Angus Kidman Sep 7 2004, 12:00AM Strategy
MSY no over Achieva in hard disk deals

MSY no over Achieva in hard disk deals

Reseller MSY has hit back at claims by an anonymous rival that distributor Achieva had supplied it with Seagate drives and other parts at prices below cost.
Fleur Doidge May 11 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Volante, Ipex merge to win government, outsourcing deals

Volante, Ipex merge to win government, outsourcing deals

Volante is merging with Melbourne's Ipex to create a single $480 million Australian-owned IT infrastructure and services company with 850 employees, subject to a shareholder vote in February.
Fleur Doidge Dec 23 2003, 12:00AM Training & Development
Alstom, Alphawest cut fresh deals

Alstom, Alphawest cut fresh deals

Alstom IT has been appointed as Australian distributor of Resilience, a manufacturer of security appliances, which it said was complementary to its Check Point software suite firewall and VPN platforms.
Staff Writers Sep 16 2003, 12:00AM Strategy

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