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  • Disk storage market grows with inclusion of ODM vendors

    By Michael Kan | 05 December, 2014 20:41

    Disk storage sales grew more strongly in the third quarter, helped by sales of non-branded storage gear sold directly to datacenters.

  • IN PICTURES: ARN Awards Sponsors' Cocktail Party

    By ARN Staff | 25 September, 2014 09:12

    More than 80 ICT industry leaders celebrated the success of the 2014 ARN ICT Industry Awards at an exclusive cocktail party at the Ivy penthouse in Sydney. The event, which recognised the support of the Awards' Platinum and Gold sponsors, was a roaring success that, for some, ended in the wee small hours. As the photos by IAN SHARP show, everybody had a great time.

  • The new Intel: Defining the future starts at the top

    By Rob Enderle | 12 September, 2014 23:40

    Intel's executive leadership stepped it up at last week's Intel Developer Forum. I used to do speaker reviews for Intel. After Andrew Grove left, though, poorly prepped speakers, sloppy presentations and missed opportunities defined IDF, with folks changing their presentations right up until they went on stage. Intel found my speaker reviews too critical, so I wasn't asked to continue.

  • The iPod classic plays its last

    By Christopher Breen | 10 September, 2014 06:32

    "My time has passed. Ain't nothin' for it."

  • IN PICTURES: 2014 Hall of Fame lunch - Part Two (+30 photos)

    By Allan Swann | 04 August, 2014 09:52

    The annual ARN Hall of Fame lunch for 2014 was held at Black by ezard in The Star Sydney Casino & Hotel in Pyrmont, Sydney. This year 15 of the 22 Hall of Fame inductees attended, including the three new members - Steve Murphy, John Donovan and Scott Frew. It was, as always, an afternoon of engaging discussion among the Channel's luminaries about market disruption, and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Photos by Ian Sharp.

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  • Opinion: Must-have accessories that should be in your laptop bag

    By Tony Bradley | 04 January, 2013 14:05

    For some, a laptop bag is just a piece of luggage dedicated to safely transporting a portable PC and/or tablet from Point A to Point B. For business travelers, though, the laptop bag is more like a Swiss Army knife--an essential element filled with the gadgets and accessories you need.

 
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