JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said the biggest US bank will probably double its $250m annual computer-security budget within the next five years.
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?
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.
ARM, whose chip designs already dominate the smartphone market, is making a push to get its technology into the next wave of connected objects.
GoodData, a cloud-based big data analytics firm, is announcing a $25.7m Series E round led by Intel Capital, and is eyeing up an IPO in 2016.
A soaring percentage increase in phone infections is tempered by the fact that some basic tech hygiene will usually protect you.
Cloudera has acquired a data-visualization startup called DataPad in order to bring DataPad’s employees, rather than its technology, into its fold.
QuantumWave Capital acted as exclusive buy side financial advisor to GMO GlobalSign in its acquisition of Ubisecure Solutions, a privately-held IAM software developer.
Tibco Software, a maker of software for businesses, agreed to be bought by Vista Equity Partners for about $4.3bn in the biggest US technology buyout this year.
Workplace collaboration startup Slack has made its first acquisition as it prepares to compete more directly with software giants like Google and Microsoft.