With talks falling through to sell off its assets, Juniper Networks is considering raising a private equity round to bolster its enterprise and security business, Reuters reports.
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A startup called SiSense says it will break computing records today by crunching 10 terabytes of data on a $10,000 machine in a matter of seconds -- all on a single server node.
Outbox, a startup launching in San Francisco today, is an alternative to the "old system" of mail delivery. Outbox will collect and manage your physical mail for $5 a month, so you won't have to visit your postal mailbox again.
Kickstarter emerged the people's winner at the 2013 Academy Awards, second only to Jennifer Lawrence, who earned millions of admirers (and several memes) when she tripped on her dress.
Box's new security features may help the cloud storage and collaboration company win over customers in new sectors, including financial services and health care.
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Ed-tech startup Coursera has announced that 29 more schools will offer courses on its online platform, bringing its total to 62 schools.
With the Oscar's around the corner, Google has made its own predictions of the winners on a new destination website.
Ed-tech entrepreneurs will be spoiled for choice when it comes to picking an accelerator or incubator program. A deluge of new accelerators have launched in recent weeks, including Kaplan and Pearson's "corporate" offerings.
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PernixData provides software to virtualize server-side flash memory. The first product will be launched in the next three months, and is aimed at large enterprises that use virtualization in their data center.
New York City Mayor Bloomberg, who describes himself as an "entrepreneur" first and foremost on Twitter, is launching a new initiative to support local tech startups.
Dell announced higher-than-expected revenues for the fourth quarter and full fiscal year, which may be the last time it reports its earnings to the Street.
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NYU will create a Center for Data Science composed of faculty from across the university and will offer a variety of graduate-degree programs to its students.
Atlanta-based Kabbage is experiencing accelerated growth, and it recently beat out hundreds of applicants to be named the winner of our CloudBeat Innovation Showdown competition.
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