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Fosun International launches a venture capital arm in the U.S. tech startup hub, setting aside US$100 million toward investments in mobile internet and phones.
Did you know that Google Glass could be used to monitor rhinos? Yes, that is happening.
Australian online email marketing firm is planning a host of new product launches over the next year after it received a record-breaking AU$268 million investment from US venture capital firm, Insight Venture Partners.
UPDATED: Apparently the former GitHub president's resignation also has to do with Oculus VR.
Venture capitalists invested more money into fewer deals during the first quarter of the year as software startups continued to garner the lion's share of new funding.
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.
Wearable technology meets the music industry in the form of these gloves. They include motion technology that helps you to get closer to the music that you want to make.
Freelancer.com has picked up over a million new users in its latest multi-million dollar acquisition spree, according to the company’s CEO, Matt Barrie.
Apple’s former chief evangelist has taken on the job of promoting Australian online graphic design platform startup, Canva, on the world stage.
New Zealand has the edge over Australia in terms of the support the technology startup industry is offered, according to the founder of Red Ocean and Effective Measure, Richard Webb.
UPDATED: Wall Street is maintaining its Q1 forecast for Yahoo with expectations of 37 cents per share on a revenue of $1.08 billion.
Using a cloud-based solution, Browntape has devised just one screen for disparate orders made on various sites through a multi-channel order fulfillment software
Research and development muscle puts German city ahead of Silicon Roundabout's networking skills.
Federal support of technology startups in Australia could turn the country’s resource-heavy industry footprint on its head and inject up to AU$109 billion into the economy, according to a report by StartupAUS.
But Google is not the only one thought to have been interested in Titan.