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Lyft is also retooling the marketing angle for Lyft Line, a carpool-like option now being spun toward co-workers going to the same office from neighborhoods in the same proximity.
Comcast says the company is moving 'full steam ahead' with the proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
Australian digital services company Odecee is the latest company to be snapped up in Cognizant's acquisition spree, which has claimed two other companies in as many months.
The network data storage provider beat EPS expectations by one cent, but missed on revenue targets.
UPDATED: Kelly A. Kramer, currently senior vice president of business technology and operations finance at Cisco, will succeed Frank Calderoni. Cisco's Q2 guidance also looks soft.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill's declaration for the state to be 'digital by default' has met with a thumbs-up from the nation's IT and telecommunications industry body the AIIA.
After months of discussion on the name of a point-of-sale system, Groupon has backed down after the Gnome Foundation went public with the trademark dispute yesterday.
The WTO's Information Technology Agreement is back on course after the United States and China agreed to the slashing of tariffs on electronic goods.
By acquiring BrightRoll, Yahoo plans to establish the largest digital video advertising platform in the United States.
Tech IPOs are back...at least for today.
The third quarter has been a busy one for the San Antonio-headquartered company. At the beginning of September, Rackspace was on the block for a joint venture or outright acquisition.
Founded in 2011, the Apache Hadoop distributor had raised upwards of $248 million in its last five funding rounds.
A new index from the mobile security provider also suggests that iOS has regained its enterprise share from Android, accounting for 69 percent of enterprise device activations.
AT&T outlined ambitions on Friday of establishing "the first-ever North American Mobile Service area" for U.S. customers calling or visiting Mexico, and Mexican customers calling or visiting the United States.
The United Nations agency tasked with allocating global telecommunications radio spectrum and satellite orbits has reached an agreement with member countries to bring another 1.5 billion people online by 2020.