Femtocells, human organs, and space: funding daily for April 3 is full as 13 companies raised money, financing, or were sold.
SiSense closed a $10 million funding round today for its "big data" technology that competes with giants like SAP and Oracle.
Cloud storage startup SugarSync has appointed former Intuit VP Mike Grossman to lead the company and help it take on rivals like Dropbox and Google Drive.
After a long wait, Microsoft has added new support for the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini to SkyDrive's iOS app and the capability to download full resolution photos.
Google is releasing a version of QuickOffice for Android & iPhone. Microsoft should perhaps be concerned.
MuleSoft, an integration-focused startup that helps huge and tiny companies alike, has raised $37 million in its fifth round of funding.
It will trade under “MKTO” on the Nasdaq exchange. Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Credit Suisse are listed as leading the offering.
“Our mission, to help people everywhere see and understand data, isn’t all that different from Google’s,” Christian Chabot, the company’s cofounder and chief executive, told VentureBeat.
Yahoo Mail has integrated with cloud storage hotshot Dropbox so email users can send attachments of any size and save attachments to Dropbox.
Cloud communications startup Twilio has partnered with Google to bring voice and messaging abilities to apps being developed with Google App Engine, the companies announced today.
Attune announced a $20 million round of investment to expand its offerings that help fashion and lifestyle brands implement business management software.
The Russian government asks Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to remove posts, following a recently passed law that blocks content relating to child porn, drug use, and suicide.
We caught up with Scott Cook, the billionaire founder of Intuit, to chat about how a "lean startup" mentality is still relevant at a major company.
Imagine this: You’re a founder of a Silicon Valley enterprise software company. It’s only 15 years old, but it’s already worth $3.5 billion. You’ve never lost money, and you’ve left your initial competition in the dust.
The companies you’re now …
Traditional payments systems are becoming obsolete as companies developer cheaper, more efficient, flexible alternatives.
Google updated Gmail for iOS today with one simple update that might just have won me over.
Apparently, if you run a top e-commerce website, it pays to be slow. Unless you're Amazon.
Another Zynga executive is leaving the social-game developer behind.
Guest Post Founders and venture capitalists will need to augment their teams with sales executives who can nimbly step around the challenges of contract negotiations, channel partnerships, and client services engagements.
Cisco has announced its intent to buy cloud services management business SolveDirect, and it will join the Cisco Services group.