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TC Roundup: Yahoo releases Aviate homescreen for Android to organize your life

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 | More »

Yahoo releases Aviate homescreen for Android to organize your life: Yahoo has today launched a new smartphone UI experience called Aviate, which is available for Android phones (English speaking only). The idea is that the company can dip their toes in the mobile OS waters without going all-in on an...

TC Roundup: Facebook’s Android app will soon work much better in emerging countries with weaker infrastructure

Facebook’s Android app will soon work much better in emerging countries with weaker infrastructure: Facebook wants to bring the Internet to everyone in the world, and Facebook wants to bring, well, Facebook to everyone in the world, too. (VentureBeat) Google acquires mDialog to improve DoubleClick...

20 June, 2014 | More »


Big Data firm Cloudera raised $900M in latest round valuing it at $4.1B

Intel Corp’s investment in Cloudera announced last week amounts to $740 million and gives the chipmaker an 18 per cent stake in the distributor of software for crunching Big Data, Cloudera said in a press release on Monday. The chipmaker’s investment values the startup, expected to go pu...

1 April, 2014 | More »


Intel takes ‘significant’ stake in Big Data startup Cloudera

Intel Corp said on Thursday it made a significant investment in Cloudera and will make the fast-growing startup its preferred distributor of software for crunching Big Data. The top chipmaker said its equity investment in Cloudera makes it the company’s single largest strategic shareholder and...

28 March, 2014 | More »


How Facebook avoided Google’s fate in talent poaching lawsuit

Facebook Inc has emerged as one of the biggest Silicon Valley companies to have resisted rivals’ entreaties to stop poaching each other’s employees, according to emails between the No. 1 social network and Google Inc released in court filings. Sheryl Sandberg had just been installed as F...

25 March, 2014 | More »

Brian Krzanich

Intel shows off wearable gadgets as chipmaker expands beyond PCs

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off wearable computing devices on Monday including earbuds that monitor your heart rate and a smart headset as the world’s largest chipmaker tries to get back on track after missing out on smartphones. With PC sales falling and smartphone growth tapering off, In...

7 January, 2014 | More »


Intel looking to sell yet-to-launch internet TV service for $500M

Intel Corp is trying to sell its yet-to-launch Internet television service for $500 million and wants to complete a deal by year-end, Bloomberg reported on Monday. Verizon Communications, one of the suitors, has spoken with content providers about a streaming television service, Bloomberg also said,...

26 November, 2013 | More »


Google’s Chromebook to be available in India from October 17, starting at Rs 22,690

Search giant Google has finally launched its Chromebooks range of laptops in the Indian market. Designed and built in partnership with HP and Acer, the devices run on the company’s own Chrome OS, which it claims has multiple layers of security, cloud storage, and popular Google products built-in (...

11 October, 2013 | More »


Intel prepares ultra-small chips for Dick Tracy-style gadgets

Intel is working on a new line of ultra-small and ultra-low-power microchips for wearable devices like smartwatches and bracelets, a bid by the company to make sure it will be at the crest of the next big technology wave after arriving late to the smartphone and tablet revolution. The new line of ch...

11 September, 2013 | More »


Intel’s new CEO focused on mobile chips, cautious on TV

Intel Corp’s new CEO said on Friday he would speed up the rollout of chips for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices as consumers move away from personal computers. Brian Krzanich, an Intel manufacturing guru who took over as chief executive officer in May, also took a cautious tone about ...

1 July, 2013 | More »

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