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Salesforce said to be fielding buyout offers

An unnamed potential buyer has approached the company, according to Bloomberg

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Adobe Marketing Cloud gets a CRM boost with Microsoft Dynamics integration

New connection promises a unified view of customer interactions

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Coalition gears up to oppose trade legislation pushing Trans-Pacific deal

Legislation introduced in the U.S. Congress this month would fast-track approval of the trade deal

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Fetch warehouse robots can work in pairs

The Fetch robot grabs inventory, while Freight carts it around warehouses before shipping

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Ham radio attempts to fill communication gaps in Nepal rescue effort

Solar and battery-powered amateur radios can run even during power outages

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Samsung profits drop as it faces the iPhone 6

The company is banking on new tech and services to attract customers to new smartphones

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Twitter blames weak sales on lackluster ads, drops forecast

Sales grew by 74 percent, but below analysts' estimates.

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Drone trade group embraces regulation for safey

An FAA move toward small-drone regulation is welcomed as encouraging responsible use, the head of a drone trade group says.

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Google aims to transform European newsrooms

A €150 million fund will help publishers experiment with new forms of digital media

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Microsoft could write off billions of dollars from Nokia acquisition

Microsoft has signaled that it may take a massive write-off of its 2013 Nokia acquisition, perhaps as early as July.

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Capgemini to expand in North America with $4B acquisition of iGate

The deal is being financed by a mix of cash, debt and equity

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Starbucks hit by major computer failure

Stores appear to be affected across the country, with some giving out free drinks

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Facebook's impressive aerial photo highlights confusion over drone regulations

In releasing a drone photo of its new campus, it appears to have broken two FAA regulations

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Friday is your last chance to comment on the FAA's drone regulations

Commercial drones could take widespread flight as early as 2016

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US drone completes first in-flight refueling

The X-47B refueling test will lead to a future Navy drone program.