Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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Rami Branitzky will endeavor to provide startups with access to strategic revenue channels through the company's vast partner and customer networks.
Innoz and Gupshup embodied how companies in developing countries were winning with low-end innovations that catered to their markets. Then came the smartphone.
The enterprise cloud storage service is said to be planning to double its revenue this year.
It's time for spring cleaning, at least at DocuSign.
Yahoo has acquired a small startup to bring across visualisation tools to its own users.
AWS Activate is getting a boost from what might be Amazon's best resource aside from data: customer service.
The former Microsoft CEO has been handing out advice to would-be company founders at an address in Oxford today.
Its point-of-sale device could be an important catalyst for e-commerce in the country but a host of competitors are already nipping at its heels
Vishal Gondal made a packet for himself and started a revolution with his company Indiagames. Now, he wants to repeat that feat with a wearable fitness product
This month's roundup also includes a few positive spins that deserved to be lauded rather than lampooned.
The ghosts of Skype past: How Estonia's biggest tech export is still powering its startup scene today
The Estonian 'Skype mafia' is driving new tech companies in the country, hoping to lay the foundations for the next generation of tech success stories.
Square's latest purchase -- as well as the quiet testing of another new app -- demonstrate that the mobile payments provider is thinking outside of the box.
BufferBox will stop accepting packages on March 31. The last day to to pick up packages from BufferBox locations April 21.
After running an incubator program for several years, it's now offering chunks of seed funding to new companies working in online services or green IT.
Over US$18 billion in grants and loans will be available for new ventures, and the program will be expanded to all four of the country's special R&D zones.