Oracle Opens Israeli Tech Accelerator to Boost Cloud Innovation
The opening of the accelerator in Israel follows a launch in Bangalore, India in April 2016.
Microsoft’s Nadella Warns Against ‘Hubris’ Amid AI Growth
Nadella is pushing Microsoft into consumer and industrial applications of software that can make inferences about its environment.
Ex-Autonomy CFO Pleads Not Guilty in Case Over HP Buyout
After Sushovan Hussain entered his plea Thursday, the San Francisco federal judge overseeing the case said he wants to move toward a trial without delay.
Halogen Software Said to Hire Bankers for Potential Sale
Halogen Software Inc., whose shares have plunged by half since 2013, hired advisers to explore strategic alternatives, including a potential sale
Amazon to Create More Than 100,000 New Jobs in U.S. in 18 Months Inc. plans to create more than 100,000 new full-time jobs with benefits
VCs Raise Most Since Dot-Com Era But Are Slow to Spend It
The U.S. venture industry raised $41.6 billion last year, the highest since 2001, according to a report from research firm PitchBook Data and the National Venture Capital Association.
Inside Silicon Valley's Struggles to Hire More Women and Minorities 1
Some companies are embracing affirmative action hiring, even if they are careful to call it something else.​
This Startup Pays Real People to Answer Questions to Build Better AI
Mighty AI is adding three new investors as part of a $14 million funding round.
IBM Breaks Record in U.S. Patents With Cloud, AI and Health Bets
IBM received a record-breaking number of U.S. patents in 2016, topping the list for the 24th consecutive year
Atlassian to Buy Trello Project Management App Maker for $425 Million
The purchase price consists of $360 million in cash and the rest in restricted stock and options, said Atlassian President Jay Simons in an interview.
Trump’s Hacking Feud Risks Alienating U.S. Intel Agencies
Trump’s missives come as intelligence officials prepare classified and public versions of a report on the Russian hacking for the Obama administration
Infosys, Wipro Leaders Warn of Challenging Times for Indian IT
Asia’s largest providers of IT services, which include leader Tata Consultancy Services Ltd., have lost business as their corporate customers reined in spending.
San Francisco Software Startup AppDynamics Files for U.S. IPO
AppDynamics Inc., which develops software for businesses to monitor applications, filed for an initial public offering.
Brexit Hits Home as U.K. Government Grapples With Microsoft Hike
In October, Microsoft announced its cloud services would go up by 22 percent in 2017 to “harmonize” its prices across Europe following the sharp fall in the pound.
Yahoo’s Data Breaches Seen Unlikely to Derail Verizon Deal
The second major hack of Yahoo! Inc. user accounts is unlikely to derail Verizon Communications Inc.’s $4.83 billion acquisition of the tech giant.
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