Yahoo chairman Fred Amoroso has resigned from his post and will step down from the board in June, a move that should give CEO Marissa Mayer more power and a board she can trust.
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6wunderkinder, the company behind the popular Wunderlist to-do application, has just launched a new paid version of its all-star app with a load of new features.
Enterprise app business Software AG has acquired cloud platform vendor LongJump.
KelDoc, a young French startup similar to ZocDoc that books doctor and dentist appointments online, has just nabbed €700,000 ($913,010) in funding.
Database vendor Actian has acquired “big data” and analytics startup ParAccel, the two companies announced today.
Drippler -- a popular Android app that helps you get the most out of your smartphone with tips and app recommendations -- has launched on the iPhone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is auctioning off a coffee date with him that will last up to an hour via CharityBuzz, a company that asks notable people to auction their time off for a good cause.
While Google's Chrome web browser has seen substantial gains in worldwide market share in the past few years, Internet Explorer still holds a steady lead in workplace usage, according to a new Forrester report.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held June 10 through June 14 in San Francisco, with tickets for the event on sale tomorrow.
Silverpop has raised $25 million in fresh funding to help it reach out to new customers and build new automation tools that generate revenue and improve ROI.
Apple now has more than 300 million users on its iCloud storage and syncing service, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said today on its Q2 2013 earnings call.
Apple plans to return an additional $50 billion of its cash hoard to shareholders in a massive share repurchasing program, the company said today.
Enterprise social networking business Jive Software has launched its spring 2013 update with new features including "rooms" for collaborating on specific projects, and integration with cloud storage service Box.
The New York Times will now offer unlimited free access to video content on its site and mobile apps thanks to sponsorship deals with Acura and Microsoft.
Despite continued legal attacks by television networks, controversial streaming TV startup Aereo will bring its service to Boston starting on May 15.
GetGoing already caught our eye with its clever “Pick Two, Get One” deals. Now the company is back with FlightFinder, which finds travelers more ways to save on airline tickets.
Video-sharing service Vimeo has launched a new marketing product called Brand Creative Fund that gives companies access to filmmakers that make movies to support a brand's vision.
Enterprise cloud software titan Salesforce has launched a new social ad management app called Social.com that will become the third offering in Salesforce's Marketing Cloud.
Netflix's newest original series Hemlock Grove debuted this past weekend, and it looks like members are biting, with more people watching the new supernatural show on opening weekend than recent hit House of Cards.