Skolkovo is a science park outside of Moscow that aims to be the “Russian Silicon Valley.” It will receive around $4 billion in state funding between now and 2020.
Google could give the rights to the next Nexus phone to none other than Motorola.
Fewer admins mean fewer people that could possibly abuse classified data.
These seven tech entrepreneurs want to breathe life into a struggling institution, the San Francisco Opera.
Going private could give BlackBerry the breathing room it needs to recover.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google exec Vint Cerf, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, and other technology leaders secretly met with President Barack Obama on Thursday to talk about the NSA and tech surveillance,
Microsoft’s plan to bring Windows to low-power ARM processors, Windows RT, has struggled from the start — and now high-level partners are losing faith.
The past is on display throughout Blizzard’s hallways, but don’t expect to get a glimpse of Titan, the all-important upcoming online title.
One developer told us that Amazon showed a prototype of its console for release this fall.
Our round-up of the startups that received funding today (and can help you get pregnant).
Apple CEO Tim Cook is smart, thoughtful, and deliberate, as is clear in all his public appearances. Too deliberate, perhaps, according Apple’s board.
Looks like Intuit scooped up one Techstars startup before the startup ever had a chance to debut. The financial software company bought tax-focused tech GoodApril before the nascent team could ever demo its product.
Looks like Tesla is having Apple’s deja vu over trademark lawsuits in China. An opportunistic trademark troll bought the rights to “Tesla” and is fighting the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company off.
The privacy-focused e-mail service that former-NSA contractor Edward Snowden reportedly used was shut down today after the founder left a note saying he’s gagged from talking about why it’s now offline.
“The quickness to market is incredible,” says Gregory Phillips, a senior web analyst at OfficeMax. “It’s literally hitting a button.”
Sponsored Post IBM’s Ed Brill talks about MessageSite, a low-power-consumption appliance that can process massive amounts of electronic transactions, and which helps power Sprint Velocity.
Nestivity founder Henry Min said Twitter is the most powerful communication tool out there, and yet brands don’t make the most of it.
The company announced it added these patents to its Open Patent Non-Assertion Pledge today as it tries to build an even bigger collection of open-source patents anyone can use.
Our lessons learned from an epic Google hangout between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson. Their advice to entrepreneurs? “Build things that people like and will find useful in their lives.” Right on.
Editor’s Pick Does Bezos have all the answers to the newspaper industry’s problems? Probably not — but it’s certainly more comforting to believe he does.
Editor’s Pick These startups are making a big impact even while facing much larger competition with more resources and name recognition.
Box believes it can help create “more modern classrooms” by introducing schools to its file-sharing technology.
The Obama administration says that the NSA isn’t reading your e-mail. But one newspaper reports that this may not be true.
Following on the heels of its success with the Mars Curiosity rover, NASA could next send a lander to Jupiter’s ice-filled moon Europa to determine whether it is habitable.
Vine lets you take six-second videos and post them. Instagram gives you 15 seconds. But a new video app lets you take videos, edit them, combine them, and share them in chunks of any length — up to an hour.
Nimble, a company that offers customer relationship management software that is more social that its competitors, today will launch support of Dropbox integration.
Bill Gates doesn’t have much faith in Google’s Loon project, which aims to bring Internet access to remote regions of the world via high-altitude balloons.
In the span of a year, T-Mobile has gone from losing hundreds of thousands of customers every quarter to actually gaining 1.1 million new customers.
“SOASTA is uniquely positioned at the intersection of software and cloud computing, mobile and big-data analytics,” said investor Tej Shah in a statement on the funding.
While Musk plans to reveal information about his Hyperloop transportation system, he will give it over to the community to build.
Groupon up 20 percent in after-hours trading after officially appointing executive chairman Eric Lefkofsky to CEO.
Just like his leadership strategy for the world’s largest online store Amazon, Jeff Bezos is likely to provide The Washington Post with something it desperately needs to prove itself as a worthy business: time.
BlackBerry lost three more senior executives today after cutting out 250 employees as part of a restructuring effort.
The mobile app integrates audio content from a range of sources, including music apps, radio stations, and news broadcasts, to make finding good stuff to listen to easier.
WillCall’s mobile app presents a curated list of live music shows. People can read about the band, listen to tracks, buy tickets, see which friends are planning on going, and invite other friends.
At time of increasing sameness among phones, LG is doing something different: Learning from smartphone users.
The Id Software programmer will stay with his old company despite also working full-time at Oculus.
Display technology is making possible new kinds of devices from wearables to giant displays.
For people who like games but are too busy for message boards, Metacritic is one of the fastest ways to spend money wisely.