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Facebook prevails in shareholder lawsuit over IPO

The ruling looks to be the last nail in the coffin for suits filed in 2012

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Amazon posts a profit as AWS sales nearly double

Amazon earned $92 million in the second quarter on higher overall revenue

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100 petabytes: How Google’s huge freebie promotes its Nearline cloud backup service

Google, with its sights fixed firmly on Amazon, is using this freebie--and the promise of faster service--to lure corporate customers.

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Line aims lightweight chat app at developing countries

Line Lite is under 1MB and doesn't have audio and video, but it reflects the company's strategy

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Walmart to boost its e-commerce investment in China

Walmart is taking full ownership of Yihaodian, a Chinese online retailer

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Dropbox adds team-communication muscle with Clementine buy

An integrated experience could be on the way

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Twitter will reconvene Flight for mobile developers

The event for third-party developers is scheduled for Oct. 21 in San Francisco

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Microsoft to make enterprise security tools generally available

Advanced Threat Analytics and Rights Management Service become generally available

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Google grabs Pixate to improve its apps, and others

Pixate helps developers design and prototype their apps on iOS and Android

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Dogs and cats, living together: Google Drive comes to Office

No service is a standalone service any more. Even Google Drive is being connected to Microsoft Office.

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Oracle's new HCM Cloud adds an array of 'work-life' tools

Updated release also bolsters the software's analytics capabilities

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Massachusetts examining how Uber, Lyft cater to the disabled

The attorney general's examination will consider physical, visual or hearing related impairments

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Homejoy's loss could be Google's gain

As Homejoy shuts down its home services business, employees reportedly move to Google