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Demanding your money back from your colleagues after happy hour just got even easier.
Good Technology's fourth quarter mobility index shows Apple's iOS activations in the enterprise remain strong with Android No. 2 and Windows Phone failing to make a move.
Chinese e-commerce giant offers to buy out remaining 72 percent stake in AutoNavi in a deal expected to be worth US$1.13 billion and US$1.17 billion, if accepted.
Sunny Leone has found a treasure trove, and a few new business models, in a rapidly digitizing India.
LinkedIn has reviewed its product offering and plans to do 'fewer things better' by eliminating three of its services by mid-2014.
Industry stats indicate the number of greetings sent via SMS in China during the recent Lunar New Year might have dropped for the first time, as more users are turning to instant messaging apps like Weibo and WeChat.
The Bitcoin wallet service had its app pulled from the App Store this week and the group is fighting mad over the decision noting that "the beancounters are now firmly in charge."
It's not all about making money for Twitter -- at least not in the short term when it comes to data.
Mobile advertising revenue alone accounted for 75 percent of Twitter's total advertising department intake.
End-users want to see experiences similar to what they get from their smartphones. Can IT deliver?
Staffed entirely by blind people, Appcessible offers direct user feedback rather than automated testing procedures.
Descriptive Search rummages throughout an Evernote account from top to bottom, scanning everything from tags to the online sources for Evernote clippings.
Facebook is open sourcing a new security tool intended to help developers write apps that are more secure and efficient on Android.
A new Google Play Services release allows makers of Android, iOS, and Chrome OS apps to develop for the US-only media-streaming dongle.
The fastest growth in developed countries' smartphone penetration will be amongst the over-55s this year, says Deloitte. But to cash in, we'll need new apps.