Microsoft and Oracle, two enterprise titans, announced a major deal today to be more friendly when it comes to enterprise cloud services. The move could make Microsoft Azure a much stronger rival to Amazon Web Services.
Video sharing service Vimeo has finally integrated with cloud storage service Dropbox after many requests from the vocal Vimeo community.
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In surprising news tonight, mobile payments startup Square has announced an extensive partnership with Starbucks.
Twitter has granted access of the more than 250 million tweets sent daily to two firms — Mass Relevance and Crimson Hexagon, the company announced Monday. The firms will now be able to work directly on creating and maintaining partnerships with media firms (like television networks) without Twitter’s involvement.
Leading digital advertising company Federated Media and WordPress developer Automattic forged a strategic partnership today that allows for greater interaction between advertisers and audiences from over 24 million blogs hosted by WordPress.com.
Few tech events can rival the mammoth amount of hype generated by an official Apple event, but Facebook’s f8 developer conference Thursday certainly comes close.
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CloudFlare on Friday announced that it has partnered with translation service Smartling to make it possible to translate CloudFlare-optimized web sites in real time.
American Express on Tuesday announced it had partnered with Facebook to give deals at high-profile outlets and small businesses.
Now that Google has its own social network, it’s happy to invite Facebook and Twitter to the party too.
Twitter on Tuesday announced it has formed a partnership with Yahoo Japan that will allow Yahoo customers to see real-time Twitter results integrated with search results. Tweets will be integrated into various Yahoo services, beginning with real-time results pages.
Scvngr, the check-in application that asks users to complete activity challenges, just announced a strategic partnership with major drink distributor Coca Cola. The two have joined forces to give users who check-in to certain Simon Malls across United States the opportunity to earn points and rewards like gift cards and other Coke-branded merchandise.
A Google spokesperson has issued the following statement denying claims made by the San Francisco Chronicle today that Google had transferred management of its Google TV operations to its YouTube subsidiary: