One more sign of the mobile money space continuing to grow up: some significant consolidation underway. Today, the UK-based mobile banking specialists Monitise announced that it is buying Clairmail, a U.S.-based competitor, for $173 million, as part of its global expansion.
The combined group says it
Huawei just can’t catch a break — first the US blocks it from being a part of its first responder wireless network, and now, Australia is following suit. According to the Australian Financial Review, the Shenzhen-based outfit has been barred from tendering contracts for the country’s A$43 billion National
As with any high-profile product release, Apple’s new iPad device has been peppered with complaints since reaching consumers’ hands…
Well, the avian theme has come back to haunt us of late, but here’s some avian news that’s sure to warm the cockles of your heart. Last year, the Decorah Eagles became the Web’s biggest reality TV stars.
Let me explain: A pair of Bald Eagles, nesting in Decorah, Iowa, were captured on camera 24/7 in
Square announced a series of updates Monday morning, including a new name for its Card Case payment app — now called “Pay with Squar…
Opscode, a company that provides cloud infrastructure automation for the enterprise, has raised $19.5 Million in Series C funding led by Ignition Partners, with Battery Ventures and Draper Fisher Jurvetson participating in the round. The company also today announced that Ignition Partners’ John Connors
Un volante vibrador te indica cuándo girar y despista menos que las señales visuales y sonoras, según los investigadores.
La grabación magnética asistida por calor promete discos duros de 50 terabytes.
The speculation of what Apple is going to do with all their cash has long been a favorite topic in the tech and financial press.
But the thinking along those lines is often akin to the cognitive dissonance one experiences when seeing a billionaire driving a Civic. What’s the point of having all that
We’re big fans of Samsung’s work and the prevailing feeling is that the Galaxy Tab 8.9 is the pinnacle of the family. The original 7-incher was too expensive and ran Android 2.2, so we were delighted to see the revamped edition running Honeycomb and costing a very reasonable $400 (it’s even cheaper now).