Belkin is acquiring Cisco's Home Networking unit, the company announced today, including its products, employees and the popular Linksys brand, which makes routers for home access points.
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Today, Pope Benedict XVI asked Catholics to spread the word on Twitter and other social networking sites like Instagram and Tumblr to convert atheists to the faith, 140 characters at a time.
Guest Post The short answer is no, but perhaps there’s hope.
A French court ruled today that Twitter must identify its racist tweeters so they can be prosecuted, a decision that the social networking company is still evaluating.
With its acquisition of Degree Compass, well-funded startup Desire2Learn is exploring how predictive analytics can reduce the time it takes for students to graduate college.
A: Yes. And every author will enjoy the benefits of an in-built audience.
Virtualization giant VMware has invested $30 million into Puppet Labs, a Portland-based provider of software for system administrators. As part of the funding, the companies formed a strategic partnership to deliver a more robust set of IT tools to customers.
Norwest Venture Partners (NVP), one of Silicon Valley's oldest venture capital firms, is bulking up its international team of venture investors, and predicts it will be highly active in 2013.
YouSendIt is best known for its software to help users send and receive large files via a desktop PC. But today, it launching a suite of mobile apps for iPhone, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, so you'll be able to access documents, videos and presentations on the move.
Launching today, a new technology from a startup called PromoJam lets marketers create promotions in a matter of minutes and share them on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter -- no HTML expertise required.
This acquisition is part of a broader strategy to help Yahoo become the leading destination for news content.
At Paris Fashion Week, technology and fashion collided when a model walked down the runway in a striking 3D printed dress.
Guest Post As Dell’s first Entrepreneur in Residence, I constantly have an ear to the ground of the entrepreneur community. I predict that the following trends will shape the world of entrepreneurialism in 2013.
The cost of sequencing the human genome has plummeted. But how will this benefit doctors and patients?
Editor's Pick Our reporter gave OKCupid's new app Crazy Blind Date a shot.
The startups that have been selected for the first class are far from sexy -- unless a "software-defined infrastructure platform for heterogeneous computing" does it for you -- but they're all generating revenues. What they have in common is that they target their products at businesses, not consumers.
With entrepreneur-friendly government regulation and high-quality late stage companies on the cusp of going public, VCs expect to see solid returns in the coming year.
In the first weeks of 2013, healthcare technology startups are already closing some major funding rounds. The latest to benefit from Sand Hill Road's burgeoning interest in the space is a D.C. based company called Audax Health, which raised almost $21 million, according to an SEC filing.
Aaron Levie, Box's energetic young CEO, today revealed that the company is prepping for an initial public offering in 2014.
Guest Post President Obama’s former campaign’s director of digital analytics, Amelia Showalter, is now a kind of political sabermetrician-for-hire.