Publicis buys 20% stake in digital-ad tech company Matomy, in the latest indication of big ad agencies beefing up their tech capabilities as more ad dollars shift online.
Salesforce kicked off its annual conference with a product aimed at developers who want to build visualization tools for sales and marketing people.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said the biggest US bank will probably double its $250m annual computer-security budget within the next five years.
Groupe BPCE, one of France’s largest banks, is teaming up with social network Twitter to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
In a research note, BGC Capital analyst Colin Gillis predicted that investments in robotics and self-driving cars would raise Google’s market cap to $1 trillion by 2020.
The tech industry has fought bitterly over patents in recent years. Could the fast-moving changes brought on by new kinds of tech make those fights less important?
Facebook is soon planning to enter the healthcare field, following in the footsteps of Apple and Google by developing health tracking and monitoring platforms and apps.
Cyanogen CEO recently shrugged off Google’s interest in purchasing the company, choosing instead to focus on raising a Series C round at a $1bn valuation.
Groupon unveiled Snap, a free app that pays people cash to shop. The new app comes from the acquisition of SnapSaves, a Canadian startup that works much like Snap.
Metadata provider HWW has been snapped up by entertainment company Gracenote for $19m, as it seeks to gain immediate traction in the Asia-Pacific region.