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"Fortunately, we’re not starting with scratch with BBM. The challenge is how do you build on top of that and deliver more useful features."
Chinese e-commerce giant gets a minority stake and seat on Tango's board with its investment, giving the U.S. messaging company its biggest round of founding to date, totaling US$280 million.
LogMeIn COO Bill Wagner has warned enterprises to prepare themselves for the future management of applications and the Internet of Things.
Chinese operator posts its sharpest profit dip by 16 percent in fourth-quarter 2013 to 30.2 billion yuan, driven down by rising infrastructure costs and device subsidies as well as growing adoption of mobile chat services.
If there is one company that would benefit from the upholding of net neutrality, it is Netflix.
The American business magnate published yet another open letter to eBay shareholders on Wednesday.
The entire Creative Market will be joining Autodesk, also based in the Bay Area, under the software company's Consumer Group umbrella.
Poshmark is already touting a new shipping scheme as an innovation that elevates it to the ranks of online retail behemoths like Amazon and eBay.
There are app stores everywhere but how do we know which are the best ones? It's time to rethink how we measure success.
What might be the most impressive fact about Facebook's "Look Back" videos is that engineers only had a month to build a project that could scale and account for more than a billion users.
Autodesk Instant provides yet another medium for collaboration among colleagues on mobile devices with a focus on project-based collaboration.
It's hard enough to produce a popular app, but even those who do will have to deal with this particular buyer mindset.
Maintaining privacy online seems almost impossible, but there are a tools that can minimise the chances of your personal, financial or business data falling into the wrong hands.
The open web faces a serious challenge as smartphone users move to closed apps, but Dr Jeff Jaffe, CEO of the W3C, explains how they're meeting that challenge and expanding the web into new areas
This isn't the first time that the Google Drive team has put the spotlight on its third-party ecosystem, increasingly becoming an advertising point for cloud services providers.