After losing WhatsApp to Facebook, Google is planning to launch its own mobile messaging app which will be likely tested in India and other emerging markets.
In its continuing quest to change the way people work, Evernote announced new features to move the productivity app closer to becoming your synthetic brain.
“Many corporations feel like it’s essential for them to engage with the startup communities, otherwise they are going to get blindsided.”
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.
Quantcast has acquired Struq, a London-based company that offers cross-device retargeting and personalization for advertisers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Box, the cloud-storage provider that filed for an IPO in March, will postpone its market debut, which won’t happen until 2015 because of volatile market conditions.
Rocket Internet completed Germany’s biggest IPO since 2007, pricing the €1.6bn sale at the top end of its range and turning founders Samwer brothers into billionaires.
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.