Dropbox is joining Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and other major tech companies in demanding the government to permit it to publish exactly how many national security requests it receives.
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Google will now permit you to remotely lock your Android, lest that cabbie whose vehicle you left your phone in sees all those duckface pictures you took last night.
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Sponsored Jobs on LinkedIn just got a little more valuable. The company announced today that these paid-for job listings will now be pushed into users’ LinkedIn feeds found on the site’s homepage.
Despite being the desperate girl on the dance floor, it looks like BlackBerry has found a suitor.
Everybody needs a corporate jet when they’re hemorrhaging money, right?
If reports are true, the company would be valued at $800 million.
Startups have to have a strong sense of identity when they pitch venture capitalists who have seen it all before — twice.
Today, the Chaos Computer Club delivered yet another way to get around your new iPhone 5S’s Touch ID.
Guest Post Greg Kostello is the CEO and founder of Givit.
Guest Post “There are two kinds of people in this world: the workers and the hustlers. The hustlers never work and the workers never hustle.”
Security company FireEye went public today, raising $303.6 million in the process. The company priced its stock at $20 a share and closed up 80 percent at $36 after a wildly successful day on the markets.
Microsoft is increasingly becoming an enterprise-focused company. Chief operating officer Kevin Turner announced during a financial analyst meeting today that 55 percent of the company’s customers are large businesses.
Hey, here’s that business model we were all looking for. Pinterest is officially getting ads.
Unmetric set out in 2011 to give businesses information about all aspects of their social media engagement — from marketing to customer service requests. Today, the company received $5.5 million in its second round of funding.
Guest Post Most enterprise mobile apps suck when it comes to getting work done on the go, but there are three things we can keep in mind to make them better.
We know only one of these companies has anything to do with blue jeans, but we needed any excuse we could find to use the picture above.
Apple’s iOS 7 came out Wednesday, and with it a bunch of app updates to take advantage of the flat, new interface.
Yesterday PayPal became available to Russian users for domestic operations with the ruble as its 26th currency.
File storage company Hightail acquired security company adeptCloud today, continuing its quest to compete with major names in the cloud file-sharing industry.
Guest Post People are looking for the “next big thing” to invest in, and they just might find it in the deep sciences.
Wickr launched on the Android operating system today, promising to keep your information safe from both rogue governments and hackers.
Tesla’s in the market for an autonomous driving engineer, someone who will likely bring some of those great hands-free features to its electric cars in the future.
Believe it or not, we’ve come to a place in this world where your phone needs a condom, too.
It looks like on top of filing to go public, Twitter is also revamping its Android app. Those who have signed up for a beta received the new version this week, according to The Verge.
The summer is over as day-fog rolls in over San Francisco’s financial district.
While Twitter won’t reveal it’s numbers in today’s secret IPO filing, PrivCo has an idea of where Twitter stands financially.
The transparency report has quickly become the potential saving grace of privacy, but why is it so important?
It really was a cloudy day for funding — in a good way.
Billionaire Carl Icahn invested in Apple yet again, saying the company is “extremely cheap” as its stock continues to fall.
The special relationship between the United States and Israel is even cozier than we realized.
Box security head Justin Somaini says the enterprise-focused file-storage company will never give the government backdoor access to your data.
Changing over from a legacy system can be hard. It can be harder when you’re in a traditionally brick and mortar industry and have only a few months to do it in.
These five companies were the finalists among more than 200 entrants.
Transparency reporting is getting trendy, guys. Yahoo announced today that it will release a transparency report for data requests from governments around the world — and we’re glad it is.
If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.
Yesterday’s news about the government’s ability to crack most forms of encryption is old news, according to the Office of the Director on National Intelligence (ODNI).
You rely on encryption every day, but it isn’t as safe from curious government eyes as you once thought it was.
Guest Post Since hybrid cloud has already been declared victorious the next and perhaps even more relevant topic becomes a discussion of whose hybrid cloud will win.
Hey guys, Qualcomm wants some attention, too. The company announced today that it, also, is launching a smartwatch, despite the huge hype around Samsung’s similar announcement this morning.