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The Brooklyn-based digital marketplace wunderkind is packing its bags for its IPO roadshow.
Two agents who were part of the United States government's investigation into the Silk Road online underground marketplace have been charged with allegedly stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of bitcoin.
The San Jose, Calif.-based company produces CMOS-based programmable logic devices and related development software.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White posited the new rules provide entrepreneurs with a more "workable path" in raising money and attracting investors.
On the financial side of the spectrum, Yahoo's board also approved a new multi-billion stock buyback program.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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The NSW Liberal government has pledged to spend AU$300 million on the state's e-health initiatives over the next four years if it is re-elected for another term on Saturday's election.
It is hoped that a new think tank will help alleviate the pressures put on Australia's regulatory landscape by the emerging IoT sector, which could 'smash' elements of the country's existing framework, according to Communications Alliance CEO John Stanton.
With the passing of the country's founding father Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore must now evolve and realize Lee's governing legacy may not necessarily support the next 50 years of growth.
The deal marks one of Lexmark's biggest plays since buying Germany-based software firm Saperion for about $72 million in 2013.
Freelancer.com has acquired the assets of Spanish online freelancer marketplace Projectlinkr, with the company hoping that the move will help ramp up its presence in the Spanish-speaking world.
Former AMD CEO Rory Read is joining Dell as the company's COO, while former Cisco exec Paul Perez will take over as CTO of Dell's enterprise solutions group.
The ATO is planning to retire its e-tax application by tax time 2016, and broaden the functionality of its newer online myTax return lodgement system as part of its Reinventing the ATO Blueprint released on Thursday.
Exemptions for technology researchers from laws that could see them jailed for sending certain information overseas have been extended in parliament.
New Zealand-based investigations and intelligence software company Wynyard Group is planning to publicly dual list on the Australian Securities Exchange in a bid to enable Australian investors to participate in its growth in the region.
UPDATED: It's not quite a throwback to the massive cuts that terrorized the tech giant a few years ago, but it could be a hint of blood in the water.
We take a look back at some of the major stories that broke September 9-13 — including Apple unveiling two new iPhones, Dell's privatization, hacks, and more NSA leaks.
We take a look back at some of the major stories that broke September 2-6 — including Apple's iPhone event rumors, Android "KitKat," and more claims made against the NSA.
We take a look back at some of the major stories that broke August 26-30 — including Steve Ballmer's retirement aftermath, VMworld, the Twitter 'hack,' software patents, and more.
If you're bored of Facebook, why not rent a husband or watch the African plains to pass the time?
In 1966, NBC released an iconic but short-lived series that would inspire generations of inventors to bring about changes in our daily lives with technology that was once within the realms of strictly science fiction.
We review the week's top stories in words and pictures.
Just because ZDNet didn't pull your leg with any fictitious, fun stories today, that doesn't mean others haven't. Here are some of the best of this year's April Fools' jokes.
Don't worry, you won't see any April Fools' jokes here on ZDNet, but there have been some crackers over the years. Here's just a few.
There's no reason why an irritating page problem can't also be amusing.
SXSW Interactive 2013 packed tens of thousands into Austin, Texas. The world's largest Internet conference included hardware hacking and mechanical bulldogs.
In honor of 2012, we've selected some of the most interesting, helpful, and unexpected products for geek DIYers.
Join me for the "first" computer Christmas season: when PCs cost thousands of dollars, hard-drives boasted of having megabytes of storage, and connecting to the Internet happened at 1,200 bits per second.
While everyone's busy telling you what to buy this holiday season, here's a list of some of the hottest gifts this year -- and why you might want to consider NOT buying them!
Let's take a stroll through Logitech's new video labs for optical and audio testing in Silicon Valley.
Looking for gift ideas for that special techie in your life (even if you're said "special techie")? There's something for just about everyone here! And don't miss the additional galleries linked throughout, where you'll find nearly 100 more excellent gadgets and gift ideas!
ZDNet takes a tour of Yahoo's kitchen to see the sustainable options, food management company Bon Appétit has implemented. Innovations include locally farmed food options, a low carbon diet calculator that measures your food intake against your carbon footprint, and a food dehydrator that converts excess food scraps into mulch.
Media industry executives talk about the challenges bringing 3DTV to market and how long it will be before consumers are able to watch 3D in their living rooms without the aid of viewing glasses. The panel, moderated by Michael Stroud of iHollywood Forum, includes: Steve Shannon, executive vice president, RealD; Patrick Griffis, senior director, Dolby Laboratories; and Andrew Gellis, senior executive, Evergreen Films.