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Guest Post We are in the early innings of a new wave of business-focused marketplaces that are likely to succeed, thanks to SaaS, which can serve as the system of record, and generate predictable revenue.
Editor's Pick This is the first ad-tech company to go public in 2013, a year that looks set to be chock-full of IPOs.
To prevent those frustrating computer crashes, scientists at University College London (UCL) have created a self-healing computer. The "systemic" machine, according to a report in the New Scientist, can instantly recover corrupted data.
Guest Post According to a joint study published today by NetBase and J.D. Power and Associates, a double standard may exist in social media customer service where consumers say that listening is intrusive -- except when it’s not.
Firebase's cofounder James Tamplin (pictured, left) wants to make the process of developing an app "ten times easier," so he built a product that will do the hard work for you.
New York-based Persado wants to provide marketers with data to help them build a successful campaign or promotion.
Editor's Pick Here's what you techies need to know about State of the Union.
Editor's Pick Imagine having access to a rolodex of two million of the wealthiest people in the world: bankers, private equity folk, and venture capitalists.
Just a few days after we reported that Dell's largest investor would fight the $24.4 billion buyout, another shareholder has spoken out against the sale.
Guest Post Virtually all tech acquisitions are characterized by large companies buying small companies, often for cash. But why does this have to be the case? Why can’t small companies also participate in this bonanza of great technology destined for the trash heap?
The cloud storage wars are heating up: Dropbox has released a series of features for its Teams service that will boost its appeal to large corporate customers.
Guest Post So for all the immigrant entrepreneurs out there fighting on this front, let me give you some practical advice to dealing with immigration policy.
Kno's CEO Osman Rashid is confident about a product that can turn a boring PDF into an interactive e-book in "minutes."
Just weeks after we reported a shift in strategy at VMware, the virtualization giant has announced its intent to acquire Virsto Software, a provider of storage performance optimization software.
I have to hand it to Mike Lynch: one way to overshadow an investigation into his former company's books is to announce a $1 billion venture fund on the same day.
Today, Autonomy is being investigated for misrepresenting its sales and accounting prior to the acquisition by Britain's accounting watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council.
Guest Post If you have a new iPhone 5, Android smartphone or other mobile device, watch out -- you may be targeted by electronic device thieves.
Guest Post The inauguration of the “Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents” is a great opportunity to take another look at the U.S. patent system, and how it fares with startups and software companies.
Dell's largest outside shareholder is gearing up for a fight against the company's plans to go private.