Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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A vast datacentre will be built in the former press and broadcast centre after a deal was signed between the London Legacy Development Corporation and Infinity.
Digital Economy Forum finds that the Italian bureaucracy is the biggest hurdle that startups face
The team behind the Pebble smart watch has picked up Series A funding from US investors, allowing it to expand its support team for third-party developers.
The region of Trentino-Alto Adige is shaping up to be a startup to watch, with its independent government looking to translate the region's natural advantages into IT growth.
Upstart's model includes a mix of crowd funding, a dash of Kickstarter meets peer-to-peer loan company Lending Club and algorithms that project future income and allow "someone to borrow from their future selves."
By floating a 25 percent stake of the Indian classifieds site Justdial, founders and venture capital investors are in line for a huge windfall.
Mumbai-based startup PriceBaba.com, which offers a mobile phone search service, has received investment from U.S. seed accelerator 500 Startups. Its founder Annkur P. Agarwal discusses the company's 2013 plans.
Enterprise software startups continue to surge, and IT services company Apptio is proving to be no different.
TransferWise might be based in London, but its roots are firmly in Estonia.
The Series B funding will be used to help Cloudant grow in size and improve its product offering.
Over a week, 50 developers are set to turn themselves away from developing something for themselves, and instead look at giving something to a charity.
The technology arm of Walmart's global e-commerce unit has gone on a software startup shopping spree.
International money transfer startup TransferWise will roll the service out globally in the coming year.
The Samsung Future Technology Foundation will invest US$1.34 billion over a 10-year period to support development of materials, hardware, and industry convergence-related techs, and patents will belong to developers.
Is Singapore foolish to give out local money to foreign startups which may end up taking their Singapore-funded innovation back to their home country?