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Crowd Supply launches today, providing financing, online selling, shipping.
While electric vehicles like Teslas are slowly gaining traction, is there a place for the pedal-powered car?
EMC is adding an enterprise version of its Syncplicity file sharing platform on top of the existing personal and business editions.
Nike is looking to improve the sustainability of its supply chain. Here's how.
India has certainly proven its might in terms of global outsourcing. But is the technology-savvy South Asian nation keeping pace with other countries' startup cultures?
Despite recent pledges to restructure the software trade body's mindset and direction, the next 18-member executive council comprises largely the same faces from local and foreign tech multinationals.
Don't write it off yet, but BlackBerry has a tough fight — not just to win share, but also to convince people to choose a proprietary operating system.
FireEye's new Indian head says the Indian city is ready to transform into a new Silicon Valley and the security vendor aims to nurture a team that will eventually build their own startups.
In 2014, the vendor agreements on New York City's 11,400 payphones is set to expire. What's next? Here are a few possibilities.
Software giant is ramping up its online retail presence in China by launching an online store on the country's largest business-to-consumer Web site.
Design platform startup Canva has picked up AU$3 million in funding from Australian and US investors, including former Googler Lars Rasmussen, Yahoo CFO Ken Goldman, and Seek co-founder Paul Bassat.
Some 1,802 government Web sites were hacked last year, while the U.S. were identified as a heavy contributor to mainframe hijacking and phishing activities against China.
MELBOURNE -- The no-strings-attached microgrant has had a hand in turning dog waste into renewable energy, giving out scholarships to girls in Sierra Leone, and more.
Every month, Microsoft releases security updates on Patch Tuesday. To help you manage these releases more efficiently, Ed Bott tackles six key questions and provides the extra details all IT pros should...
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The latest outlooks from BP and ExxonMobil project a rosy future for oil, while bottom-up forecasts see world oil production declining before 2020. Who you gonna believe?
IVF including two women and a man may be one step closer to acceptance in the United Kingdom.