BlackBerry needs all the help it can get.
Media promises that K-Invite will yield high-quality users for mobile apps.
Combining gadgets and entertainment, the creators of this carnival hope to get kids excited about science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
RichRelevance announced today that it has acquired Avail, Europe’s largest provider of online merchandising platforms, for an undisclosed sum.
Intuit published an infographic today presenting the top cities for female entrepreneurs, as well as some interesting statistics about the state of women-owned businesses in the U.S.
Apple has built a massive and fast-growing $16 billion annual revenue stream in digital content alone, Apple analyst Horace Dediu says.
Richard Branson lost a bet in 2010, and finally made good on his promise to don heavy makeup and full drag. His sense of humor is a lesson to all founders and CEOs!
Rocket Internet announced Namshi, its Middle Eastern online fashion retailer, has raised $13 million led by Summit Partners to sustain growth.
Guest Post It is high time for people to stop thinking of philanthropy and profit as competing or mutually exclusive. They are often symbiotic
Twitter has acquired data visualization startup Lucky Sort, possibly to bolster its ad sales and reporting tools.
Guest Post If that sounds bad, how about half of your company for $90K? Crazy? No. This is the reality in many places outside of Silicon Valley (and especially outside the US). And it isn't good.
This is the first of the two data centers expected to serve as the “computing backbone” for the company’s global operations. General Motors hopes to consolidate 23 data centers and three information technology suppliers around the world into two facilities by the year 2015.
Popular to-do list application Any.Do has raised $3.5 million in new funding to continue helping people get things done no matter the device.
Check out this 20 minute documentary on Africa's tech scene. Unlike Silicon Valley, "innovation is born from necessity."
France isn't exactly known as being the friendliest country for big businesses, especially when it comes to tech companies. Here's another potential example of why.
Amazon's Kindle Fire is in glorious living color, but it's original and still strong-selling Kindle and its cousins, the Kindle Paperwhite family, are still irritatingly stuck in 1950's-style black and white. That may soon change.
Big data startup LucidWorks has raised $10 million to help enterprise companies "turn multi-structured data into business gold."
Apparently, coffee with Apple CEO Tim Cook is a big deal. Even bigger, perhaps, than a new 2013 Lamborghini.
Zoobean launched a curated catalog of children's books today to make it easier for parents to find books that are the most relevant for their children.
Here's one way NYC businesses can start offering deliveries.