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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.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 certainly costs more to put together than the S3, based on a new teardown.
The update to Android 4.2 includes new camera and keyboard features.
An update to iOS is now available to download, closing a security loophole that allowed anyone to unlock an iPhone and access personal information without knowing the passcode.
Rackspace’s latest survey results about the IT skills gap suggests that most cloud deployments are being hampered by a shortage of cloud computing skills.
Citrix is aiming to differentiate its ShareFile service in the face of the likes of Dropbox and Skydrive with its latest mobile upgrade.
Star Analytics will be bundled in with IBM's Financial Performance Management unit as part of efforts to generate long-term revenue of $20 billion by 2015.
Payment services in Singapore to non-profit organizations and charities will be phased out, due to its lack of remittance license required by local regulators.
HTC's supply chain bites back as the smartphone maker can't procure enough components to launch its One smartphone in time.
New Chatter services coming up highlighted the social business system's role as a backbone of Salesforce's stack.
A new workspace on the 39th floor of Canary Wharf is extending London's Tech City out to Docklands, and aims to bring together smart start-ups and potential customers.
Cloud Sherpas added several hundred new clients investing in cloud migrations during 2012, and projects more of the same for this year.
There's been a great deal of chatter about private equity interest in Dell, but what happens then? Can the PC company make itself relevant in a post-PC world?
AT&T business customers will now have access to Microsoft Lync services for unified communications following a deal between the two firms.
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