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While bumping up the price range of its initial public offering, Twitter also revealed that IBM says the microblogging service has infringed on several patents.
MaxxDocs is offering a slimmed down version of it’s document management platform targeted at small businesses and educational institutions.
BlackBerry will take a loan from its principal shareholder and name John S. Chen chairman and interim CEO
Supercomputer maker Cray has hired the founders and key engineers of Gnodal who will be working to develop new technology.
The Rockstar Consortium that acquired Nortel Networks' patents filed Thursday patent infringement suits against Google, Samsung, HTC and five other companies.
Good news: there has been enough positive news in tech earnings to help fuel share prices for the sector.
Shareholders voted against Oracle’s executive pay practices at last year’s meeting as well.
Sony's smartphone business may be doing well, but the electronics giant lost $196 million during its second fiscal quarter.
Mobile is a critical area of Facebook’s business as more Internet users migrate away from the desktop in favor smartphones and tablets.
Chinese search giant Baidu's profit was flat in the third quarter because of expenses on marketing its mobile services and investing in research.
Responding to reports of an impending fine of about $35 million by the U.S. government, Indian outsourcer Infosys said its use of B-1 visas in the U.S. was for legitimate business purposes.
Dell is officially a private company now, allowing the hardware maker to get back to business as usual.
Nokia once again sold a record number of Lumia smartphones during the third quarter, helping the company narrow its net loss.
There are about 1,100 ByDesign customers now, although that number falls far short of SAP’s original hope of 10,000 by 2010.
SAP can no longer require customers to get written permission before they resell SAP software to third parties in Germany, the Hamburg Regional Court ruled on Friday.