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All week, the internet has been on fire over Google’s bold decision to transform its logo by axing those pesky and decidedly old-fashioned serifs. Guess what? Telephone companies figured that out decades ago.
A dispute between Microsoft and the U.S. government over turning over emails stored in a data center in Ireland comes up for oral arguments in an appeals court in New York on Wednesday.
Microsoft holds that an outcome against it could affect the trust of its cloud customers abroad as well as affect relationships between the U.S. and other governments which have their own data protection and privacy laws.
Customers outside the U.S. would be concerned about extra-territorial access to their user information, the company has said. A decision against Microsoft could also establish a norm that could allow foreign governments to reach into computers in the U.S. of companies over which they assert jurisdiction, to seize the private correspondence of U.S. citizens.
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Social, mobility, analytics, and cloud have transformed the way businesses work internally, with each other and for their market. This is why it will be one of the major discussion points at the…
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The first week of September opens the month with an upturn in startup and tech activity – a more optimistic outlook than at the end of last month. The week included yet another set of notable moves by big players like Adobe, Facebook and Google. So before you get too far into a weekend midset, let us quickly recap the week’s events. We picked out the need-to-knows from the stories that made the top of Index’s algorithms for you. This week in numbers Index recorded 118 funding events and 24 acquisitions this week. The median amount raised by startups was…
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Mitch Free, co-founder and CEO of a digital 3D printing-based manufacturing company CloudDDM, thinks the pundits have it all wrong when it comes to 3D printing, aka additive manufacturing.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In its never-ending battle for dominance in the cloud applications market, Google has brought some powerful and mobile-friendly new features to Google Doc.
Birst, a provider of cloud BI and analytics, debuted a new product delivery and consumption framework today called Networked BI. The company is hoping that this is a concept with industry legs: It’s building its next-generation of BI products on this platform.