Microsoft already owns a piece of Nook, having invested $300 million into the business in April 2012. According to the report, Microsoft would buy the digital operation, which includes e-books, movies, TV, comics, apps, and more.
Sources are telling us that chronic disease management startup WellDoc is looking for a buyer.
Editor's Pick The race to buy a startup illustrates the hype and hopes for gesture-based technology.
Pulse may be eyeing a big buy-out this year.
The iPad mini may be a marvel of miniaturization and the best small tablet on the market, but it lacks a high-quality retina display, and it's not exactly cheap. It looks like at least one of those issues could be resolved soon.
Former Mashable blogger Ben Parr is starting a new investment fund that aims to raise capital from Hollywood celebrities.
Smoke, meet fire?
The iPad Mini is ramping for production, according to DigiTimes, the Taiwanese technology news service that often -- but not always -- has strong insight into component supply chains that help guesstimate both future products and sales volume.
The Twitter rumor mill is grindin’ away this morning, and here’s another tidbit just fallen from the old grindstone: Apple had been in talks to invest in Twitter, but the deal is officially off the table. Said investment supposedly hinged …
Microsoft is deep into the process of buying business social network provider Yammer, according to internal sources and conversations “overheard at the Creamery,” a cafe near Yammer’s office.
BusinessInsider broke the rumor an hour ago, and Bloomberg said two sources …
Saints Row: The Third publisher THQ says rumors of its demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Speculation on the company’s future spread like wildfire this weekend after a series of tweets from gaming industry veteran Kevin Dent suggested the publisher was …
Pictured here is the latest mockup of Apple’s next iPhone, taking into account a slew of new and old rumors, put together by ex-Engadget editor Joshua Topolsky over at his interim online home.
If the iPhone 5 ends up looking …
Only in the bubble of Twitter-obsessed San Francisco would a buyout offer of $2.5 billion seem “insulting.”
Yet that is reportedly how executives at the microblogging startup saw an informal offer from Google and a larger offer of $4 billion …