While Dropbox has been giving its business arm some more attention, the cloud storage service is becoming more of a one-stop shop for all things cloud for consumers.
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Fliptop's software aggregates public web and social data. By acquiring its social data matching business unit, D&B plans to link Fliptop's unstructured social data with its own proprietary structured data.
Apple may integrate Shazam's song ID technology into the next iOS. If the partnership plays out, Shazam would likely see a boost to song referral fees and more importantly set itself up for more uses for its technology.
Texas Instruments' support of Apple's iBeacon in its SensorTags would give the technology more enterprise use cases beyond retail.
Infor has been on a tear of late with partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Red Hat, and EnterpriseDB. We talk strategy with CEO Charles Phillips.
Amazon has created a custom store for e-book purchases designed solely for Samsung Galaxy devices.
SAP says it is fully on track to meet the outlook for the business year, but warns a strong euro may hamper results.
IBM is a work in progress for sure as only the software division delivered any growth. Hardware remains a problem for Big Blue.
There were problems elsewhere on the Q1 balance sheet as well, namely in Google's core department: search.
Infor aligns with Red Hat and EnterpriseDB to create an open source technology stack that aims to cut cost of ownership by with lower license and maintenance fees.