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The Dutch company gets an infusion of money from Moscow.
Microsoft is providing more dates and details about how it is integrating its Yammer enterprise social-networking technology with Office 365.
But the San Francisco startup loves smart ones that live in the cloud.
While I do believe that Apple's iOS needs a facelift, I don't think that the Android approach of allowing CPU and battery-sucking widgets and live wallpapers is the way to go.
Chromebooks are now on sale in more places around the world than ever. In part, that may be because Google's high-end Chromebook Pixel has a very well-known and enthusiastic fan: Linux's inventor, Linus Torvalds.
Microsoft is allowing business customers to order Surfaces, accessories and three-year warranty plans in volume, via a new Commercial Order site.
The Silicon Valley venture capital firm wants to keep its portfolio of startups -- consumer and enterprise alike -- competitive for the brightest university minds.
However, similar reports surfaced last week regarding the very newspaper first reporting today's news, that turned out to be nothing more than Beijing's feather fluffing.
Seeking tech activity, the U.S. city partners with First Round Capital to launch the Startup PHL fund.
Google is offering up some of the magic from Drive to enable developers to add real-time functionality to their own collaboration apps.
Slow sales in China have prompted IDC to reduce its first-quarter sales forecast by almost 2 percentage points. However, in the longer term, the PC market should be sustained by businesses upgrading from Windows XP.
After over one month since its discovery, Apple finally fixes a major lapse in iPhone and iPad security: a lock-screen flaw, that allowed complete access to an iOS 6.1-powered device.
60 years on from the first computerized payroll systems, today's cloud applications for managing the workforce aim to be as good with people as they are with numbers.
KiOR, the advanced biofuels company that makes fuel from pine wood chips, has made its first commercial shipment of cellulosic diesel.
Braintree is adding another service to its Venmo portfolio to enable merchants to make immediate, automatic payments to service providers.
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