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Concur Sold to SAP for $8.3B

In one of the largest technology acquisitions in the Seattle area, Concur Technologies is being sold to business software giant SAP in a deal valued about $8.3 billion.

Yahoo Hits Jackpot Again on Alibaba IPO

Yahoo is making up for years of blunders with one smart move: an early investment in China's Alibaba Group that has turned into a multibillion-dollar boon.

Larry Ellison Steps Down as Oracle CEO

Larry Ellison is ending his 37-year reign as Oracle CEO and is handing over the job to his two top lieutenants, Safra Catz and Mark Hurd.

Apple Locks Itself Out of Devices

Apple has tightened its technological security so not even the company can pry into a password-protected iPhone or iPad.

Twittersphere Helping ID Gay Bashing Suspects

The video Philadelphia police posted online represented a major break in a horrific case -- capturing images of a group suspected in a vicious Center City attack on a gay couple.

Alibaba: Today China, Tomorrow the World

As Alibaba readies what could be the biggest initial public offering ever on the New York Stock Exchange, it is quietly hinting at plans to expand into the U.S. Amazon and eBay need to watch their backs.

Transistor Sister remakes vintage computer parts as circuit chic

Sept. 21--Steve Grzadzielewski has more than a million electronics parts lying around his house in West Seattle. But he's no engineer -- Grzadzielewski and his sister Susan make and sell jewelry made out of vintage electronics parts. Their business, aptly named Transistor Sister, was founded in 1984, and it all started with a broken watch. "It had all these little components in it and they ...

Samsung introduces the Galaxy Alpha in Malaysia – RM1,899

Yesterday in Kuala Lumpur, Samsung Malaysia Electronics officially unveiled the first ‘metallic’ Galaxy smartphone, known as the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. In a new design direction for the Galaxy brand, the Alpha still looks a lot like the flagship Samsung Galaxy S5, but the metallic casing does make it look more sleek and sophisticated- with rounded edges, shiny frame, and a soft tactile back ...

Microsoft's Universal Mobile Keyboard Announced will work with any device

Microsoft has just introduced its new "Universal Mobile Keyboard" that can function with Apple iPads, iPhones, Android powered smartphones and tablets as well as all Windows based tablets that contain Bluetooth Human Interface Device support (HID) and are 10mm or thinner. The keyboard features a lightweight protective cover and built-in stand that acts as a gateway between the accessory and ...

Croatia's H1 mobile phone talktime up 7.2% y/y, fixed-line traffic down 14.3% y/y

The mobile phone talktime in Croatia rose 7.2% y/y in the first quarter of 2014, while the fixed-line traffic decreased by 14.3% y/y in the six-month period, the statistics office said on Sept 15. Minutes spent in mobile networks totalled 4.2 billion in the Jan-June period, while minutes spent in fixed-line networks amounted to 1.4 billion, the office said in a statement. The total number of ...

New EzCheckDraft Software From Is A More Feasible Way To Accept Payments

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2014 Small to midsized business owners that need to collect payments in a more feasible way are accommodated with new EzCheckdraft software from The newly released pre-approved check draft writing software allows customers to easily collect funds by phone, fax, and internet. Business owners will now be able to print pre-approved check ...

Nokia rolls out cheap mobile phones in KSA

The Nokia 130 from Microsoft Device has started selling in Saudi Arabia. The Nokia 130 is ideal for first time mobile phone buyers or people seeking a reliable backup phone to complement their existing smartphone. It boasts a built-in video player, music player with up to 46 hours continuous playback on a single charge and everyday essentials including outstanding battery life, a flashlight, ...

Lumenis Showcases Its Advanced CO2 Solutions for Throat Cancer With Transoral Laser Microsurgery at the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting

YOKNEAM, ISRAEL -- (Marketwired) -- 09/21/14 -- Lumenis Ltd. (NASDAQ: LMNS), the world's largest energy-based medical company for surgical, ophthalmology and aesthetic applications, showcases its novel CO2 laser AcuPulse™ DUO, along with a wide range of fibers and accessories, at the Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNSF) 2014 Annual Meeting, which takes place September ...

Iranians use polymeric nanocarrier for insulin delivery

Iranians use polymeric nanocarrier for insulin delivery Iranian pharmaceutical researchers studied the improvement of targeted drug delivery by using polymeric nanoparticles. The nanoparticles contain insulin and can be used in the treatment of diabetes in case they successfully pass complementary studies, Fars News Agency reported. The main challenge in improvement of targeted drug delivery ...

Expanding the limits

After the official launch of Ooredoo's mobile services in Myanmar during August the Qatari company has entered a new market beyond the Middle East and Africa region. "We've pledged to invest $15 billion to develop Myanmar's telecoms sectors, and plan to cover 75% of the population over the next five years," said Dr. Nasser Marafih, Group CEO at Ooredoo. In August 2013, Ooredoo won one of two ...

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