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Tech Deals & Startups
New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
More Innovation News
The DEMO series of conferences are the granddaddies of IT startup showcases. They are among the most respected of such events and are now well into their second decade. This year the DEMO Mobile 2013 event in San Francisco focused largely on health care, personal work assistants, and workflow-based...
Twitter #Music makes it easy to discover new music to download from iTunes—which is what Apple's rumored "iRadio" is supposed to do.
Whenever the topic of "cool" technology products comes up, nearly everyone points to Apple and says that it's the company that truly understands how to deliver products that people want. From the iPhone to the iPod to the iPad, Apple is the epitome of cool—or at least that was how it used to...
NEWS ANALYSIS: GE’s new Industrial Internet provides industrial-strength reliability and security to meet the communications needs of critical infrastructure in the United States.
Google users can now manage their accounts to provide for digital closure if they should die.
A lot of people believe that mobile apps are mainly for consumers. Applications such as Google Maps, iTunes, Foursquare and any number of others are used millions of times a day. But what a lot of people don't know is that mobile applications for business are gaining ground as more and more...
Adobe announced the launch of Adobe Primetime, the company’s TV publishing and monetization platform.
The chip giant is looking to grow its reach in the data center, not only with new processors but also a push into rack architecture and server design.
Almost two-dozen vendors, including Intel and Juniper, will work with the Linux Foundation to create a common, open platform for SDN.