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The Wall Street Journal reported that Yahoo is indeed buying Tumblr for $1.1 billion. This is easily Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's biggest move to date.
Perhaps there is another reason why Googlers always look so happy all the time besides the free food: job security.
Software vendor is evaluating the feasibility of converting its Hyderabad development building into a solar-powered site, as part of its global efforts to reduce the company's carbon footprint.
Chinese official says China will take "firm measures" to protect its interest should European Union trade chief Karel De Gucht insist on investigating alleged unfair trade practices by the Chinese companies.
Company intends to spend 170 billion won over the next five years to train and hire new software engineers.
Enterprise software startups continue to surge, and IT services company Apptio is proving to be no different.
"We're only at one percent of what's possible. Despite the faster change in the industry we're still moving slow relative to the opportunities we have," said Page.
Jim Hagemann Snabe offers the audience a lesson on Darwin and natural selection. Live from the company's Sapphire Now conference in Orlando.
UPDATED: Two years ago, Google revealed there were at least 100 million activations for Android. A year ago, Google celebrated 400 million.
By combining Cartavi with zipLogix, DocuSign aims to tackle the real estate industry with a "one-stop shop" for brokers, agents, buyers, and sellers.
Chipmaker reorganized its regional strategy from a "horizontal to vertical" focus, says its Asia-Pacific head, who admits AMD had "struggled" but is now ready to get back on the growth path.
Little Red Dot is also the top Asian market for global professionals from all sectors to work in, and the world's 2nd most popular for those in finance.
Japanese mobile games giant will close its Beijing-based office and lay off all employees on June 28, but it has yet to announce a compensation plan for employees.
A new report suggests internal worries following Facebook's tumultuous IPO last year were just a little out of control.
It's a B2B2C world we're living in, SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott says. Live from the company's Sapphire Now conference in Orlando.