IBM has pronounced the release of new cloud computing data centre in Ehningen, Germany, claims a report.
It was further added that the centre has been opened to meet the demands for IBM's cloud services in Europe.
Sharp has proclaimed of launching a 100GB Blu-ray disk called VR-100BR which supposedly won't be compatible with existing Blu-ray players and will be charged at $60 each.
It was further stated that the new recorders needs to be purchased in order to be able to read the new discs, the first to sport something like that is the BDXL storage factor, that goes up to 128GB.
Motorola droid 2 snapshots have been released on the technical blog Engadget.
It was stated that the soon to be released Motorola Droid 2 handset will come along with Verizon Wireless, possibly in the start of the next month.
Apple's iPad is set to make a mark in nine more countries from 23 July, reports The Inquirer.
iPad supposedly is being launched in countries such as Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore on Friday.
Dabur India is almost at the verge of settling a deal with Hobi Kozmetik, which is a Turkish company making personal care products. Dabur wants to acquire the Turkish firm as reported by Economic Times.
Though Dabur had been in talks with several oversees company it is believed that Hobi has the best chance of getting acquired.
A totally new twist has developed in the Fortis' bid for Parkway Holdings. Giving some relief to Fortis, which is trying to grab Parkway, the shareholders of the company have said that they are undecided over tendering their shares to Khazanah Nasional Berhad.
This has happened despite the deadline for the same has been extended.
Shares of Sara Lee Corp (SLE. N) ascended more than 2 percent after reports claim that the company was shopping its bread business. A Sara Lee spokesman refused to comment on the reports on Crain's Chicago Business and the Chicago Tribune websites.