The state's quasi-public technology investment agency has invested $500,000 in a 4-year-old Woodbury company that uses global positioning system (GPS) technology to help commercial financial institutions fight theft.
2X Software releases the first volume of its Private Cloud Computing Essentials guide to explain the benefits and strategies for implementing cloud computing within enterprises.
Microsoft has filed a complaint in Europe accusing Google of abusing its
dominance of the mobile market to push its apps on Android handset makers.
GM confirmed it will resume paying for Facebook ads, having changed its mind since last
May when it said mobile spots on the social media network didn't help sell enough cars.
FTS International Services, formerly Frac Tech, swung from a hefty profit in 2011 to a loss of $29.8 million as revenues slid 18 percent to $1.9 billion, the Fort Worth-based hydraulic fracturing service company reported.
Pandora has reached a milestone of 200 million registered users in the U.S.
Samsung Electronics will step up its challenge to Apple in the US market by offering its smartphones in the country's largest electronic retail outlet, Best Buy, the company said Thursday.
Under the deal, Samsung gets retail space in North
America to help it compete with Apple, and Best Buy dedicates more of its space to profitable smartphones, TVs and tablets.
Apple has no patent protection in Germany for
"slide to unlock," one of the most familiar features of its iPhones
and iPads, a German court has ruled.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion says it is silencing its streaming music service barely two years after it launched.
Facebook may claim more than a billion active monthly users. But you've
got to believe that only a fraction of those folks would actually want to buy a
Samsung will gear up its challenge
to Apple in the U.S. by offering its smartphones at Best Buy, the
country's largest electronic retail outlet, the company
Disney shut down its LucasArts' Star Wars video game franchise five months after buying Lucasfilm and its video game subsidiary for more than $4 billion.
Following a string of missteps and controversy, Accretive Health Inc. on Tuesday replaced its co-founder, President and Chief Executive Mary Tolan with Stephen Schuckenbrock, former president of Dell Services.
Entrepreneur Andrew Busey has teamed up with Chaotic Moon Studios, the Austin-based app developer, to launch a mobile gaming startup called Team Chaos.