SAP's US$3.4 billion purchase of cloud software vendor SuccessFactors has been delayed indefinitely while a U.S. regulatory body investigates the deal, an SAP spokesman confirmed Wednesday.
Amazon.com has set up a subsidiary in India, Junglee.com, that aggregates products from local online and offline retailers, but does not sell them, it said Thursday.
Samsung Electronics is allowed to continue to sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1N, after a regional court in Munich rejected an Apple motion to block sales of the product due to a patent violation, a spokesman at the court said.
Google Docs users can now get offline access to documents on their Android-based smartphones and tablets, Google<a href="http://googlemobile.blogspot.com/2012/02/updates-to-google-docs-app-for-android.html">said in a blog post on Wednesday.</a>
Google is directing users to localized country domains on Blogger to provide it flexibility to comply with content removal rules in various countries.
India's Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that 122 mobile licenses awarded across 32 service areas in 2008 should be cancelled, giving a new dimension to investigations into alleged malpractices and corruption in the allotment of the 2G licenses.
Sony said Thursday it now expects to lose nearly $US3 billion in the current fiscal year through March, over double its target from just three months ago, as it books expenses related to the sale of its share in its LCD joint venture with Samsung and...
China, one of the world's largest Internet markets, could be out of reach of Facebook because of the Chinese government's strict censorship policies, the company said in its filing on Wednesday for an initial public offering (IPO).
In anticipation of offering its open-source content management software as a service, Alfresco has upgraded its namesake product to work with multiple clients and to interact with a wider range of form factors, the company announced Thursday.
Facebook's application Wednesday to sell shares on the open market includes hints about its plans for mobile use and online payments, and reveals previously guarded information about how much its executives get paid.
Despite Microsoft's stated commitment to Hyper-V in OpenStack, buggy code designed to support the hypervisor will be removed from the next version of the stack, developers decided on Wednesday.
Hewlett-Packard has let slip some details on its website about its upcoming Proliant Gen8 servers ahead of their official launch.
Facebook's decision to become a public company is seen as a bellwether for Web 2.0 stock offerings, but what will it mean for the social networking giant's 800 million users, and for the companies that build third-party apps for the site?
Wunderkit -- a collaborative getting-things-done Web-based application for Mac and iOS -- has emerged from beta testing and is available to the public.
The successor of the Galaxy S II Android smartphone won't be introduced at the Mobile World Congress conference at the end of the month.
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