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On Thursday it was announced that Pebble has secured a $15 million Series A investment led by Charles River Ventures. This follows the Pebble project, which has already raised $10 million via a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign.
Roughly two years after the launch of Google+, the Mountain View, California-based company’s most recent foray into the social media world is reportedly struggling to gain acceptance among key business brands in the US.
Sources familiar with Sharp’s midterm business plan have said the liquid crystal display manufacturer plans to expand their association with Samsung Electronics while still continuing to ship screens to Apple.
A federal appeals court has ruled that patents held by an Australian electronic financial marketplace are not valid because they are too abstract to qualify for such intellectual property protection.
The European Commission said on Monday that Google-owned Motorola Mobility may have abused its leading market position in Germany by denying Apple the right to use some of Motorola’s core mobile phone technology.
The fourth largest mobile phone carrier in the United States became a little bigger on Wednesday. T-Mobile USA announced that it had completed its acquisition of MetroPCS, and the new company will now simply be called T-Mobile US.
Electronic Arts (EA) is reducing its workforce once again, officials from the Redwood City, California-based video game developer and publisher confirmed on Thursday.
Industry consolidation continues as plans for MetroPCS to merge with T-Mobile advances to the next step. MetroPCS shareholders approved the deal to go ahead with the T-Mobile takeover.
Google on Monday defended its $9 million US tax liability in the United Kingdom for 2011. This is a response to a committee of MPs (Ministers of Parliament) questioned last year on how many multinational companies could pay so little on UK earnings.
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