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While he thinks Dell buying EMC makes sense financially, Sun Microsystems co-founder Vinod Khosla has little faith in the merged company's ability to innovate.
It was late September when reports first suggested that Atlassian was planning a U.S. IPO, and on Monday, the Australian software maker followed through by filing its papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Facebook has passed another milestone, reporting Wednesday that its base of monthly active users passed 1.5 billion for the first time.
Activision Blizzard is paying through the nose for King Digital Entertainment to get access to the company's nearly half a billion mobile gamers.
Companies are wary about what employees are doing on their smartphones. Be it data loss or time-wasting, a growing number of employers are actively stopping staff from using certain apps on company-controlled devices.
Google is hoping to start commercial package delivery by drone in 2017, the head of its drone project said Monday.
HP officially becomes two companies on Sunday. The split follows more than a decade in which HP had more than its share of scandals and corporate missteps.
Reporting its third-quarter earnings Thursday, Google also talked about how vital machine learning will be to its future.
Microsoft's latest financial results show the company's cloud transition is proceeding apace, while its mobile ambitions lag
Omid Kordestani, who until recently was Google’s chief business officer, is now executive chairman of Twitter.
Dell's acquisition of EMC will give it access to a sales force notorious for its ability to "sell ice to eskimos," while EMC will gain a new foothold among mid-market customers.
Dell has agreed to acquire EMC in a cash-and-shares deal valuing the company at $67 billion, the companies announced Monday.
LogMeIn hopes to bring even more consolidation to the single-sign-on market with the acquisition of password management service LastPass.
Twitter has made co-founder Jack Dorsey its new CEO, ending months of speculation and handing him the tough task of turning around the company's sluggish user growth.
Google and Microsoft have put a bunch of lawsuits behind them with a legal settlement affecting around 20 outstanding patent infringement lawsuits between the two companies in both the U.S. and Germany.