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Lenovo is disclosing details about its newly established $500 million investment fund. The global tech company also is launching a new incubation group that will help fund various Lenovo subsidiaries such as its SHAREit service and "smart" technology efforts.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: A successful SpaceX launch; Tesla shares drop after pledge to boost production; Space Invaders, Grand Theft Auto III make video game Hall of Fame; and the man who claimed to have invented bitcoin backtracks.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Hulu is expanding its streaming lineup; Warren Buffett is a big hit on Yahoo video; Tesla to step up production; and the man claiming to be bitcoin's inventor expands his story.
The mystery creator of the digital currency bitcoin has finally stepped forward. Or has he? Plus: A primer about the digital currency - how it works and more.
One last time ... Joe Colopy roars about his experiences at building Bronto into an email marketing powerhouse that he and co-founder Chaz Felix sold a year ago for $200 million to NetSuite. Why did he leave the company? What's next? Will he work with Chaz again?
The pioneering tag team of Chaz Felix and Joe Colopy which built Bronto into an email marketing powerhouse is no more. In an exclusive Q&A, Felix talks about his recent decision to leave Bronto, what may be next for him as an entrepreneur, lessons learned, advice for other entrepreneurs, and whether he will team up with Colopy again in the future.
While co-founders Joe Colopy and Chaz Felix have left Bronto, the Durham-based division of NetSuite still has a familiar face at the helm. Carolyn Sparano is the new general manager, being promoted after a decade with the company. In an exclusive Q&A, Sparano talks about the opportunities as well as the challenges she faces as a female executive. She also discusses lessons learned from co-founders Joe Colopy and Chaz Felix.
An Australian man long rumored to be associated with the digital currency Bitcoin has publicly identified himself as its creator, a claim that would end one of the biggest mysteries in the tech world. Plus, a graphical view of Bitcoin's history.
RTP headlines: AgBiome opens new facility; NC leads in grid storage; PRA beats Street; MaxPoint reverse split
In our latest wrapup of Triangle headlines: AgBiome moves into new headquarters in RTP; a North Carolina utility takes the lead in power grid storage; PRA Health Sciences earnings tops analysts expectations; and MaxPoint pulls off a reverse merger.
NC RIoT, the regional organization focused on making the Internet of Things a reality, recently put on a full-day conference to help educate those wanting to learn more about IoT's potential. The result was a sold-out developers day with attendees from as far away as Atlanta. Two of the organizers recap all the intellectual exchanges.
Raleigh came up in discussion of Amazon's rapidly growing Prime Now delivery services during a conference call Thursday about the ecommerce giant's latest earnings. Two top execs reaffirmed Amazon's commitment to grow the service.
eProcurement services firm SciQuest beat the Street in earnings and revenues for the first quarter - and expects a bullish year. Among the reasons: A "hunter and farmer" sales approach implemented for its sales force, CEO Stephen Wiehe tells Wall Street analysts.
Analysis: Amazon Web Services' 1Q16 results suggest another strong year of performance lies ahead, with a continued focus on database products and global expansion, says Technology Business Research analyst Molly Gallaher Boddy.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Apple unveils medical apps for iPhones; Sanofi badly wants to buy a San Francisco pharmaceutical firm; Comcast is buying DreamWorks; and the FTC wins court case over in-apps purchases made by children through Amazon.
Fresh from closing on a new round of $4.1 million in venture funding, Windsor Circle CEO explains what he plans to do with the funding.
Windsor Circle, the Durham startup whose CEO loves to wear green pants as a marketing ploy, has plenty more "green" around. The company has raised new venture funding, according to a securities filing.
Amazon takes on Netflix; drones threaten aircraft; backing for Burr encryption bill; Google library prevails
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Amazon is going head-to-head with Netflix and Hulu; drone threat to jetliners grows; law support for Burr's encryption bill; and Google's library effort prevails at Supreme Court.
Individuals are growing increasingly concerned about how their personal data is being handled by both governments and private companies, a new global survey finds. And 83 percent of the nearly 24,000 people surveyed across 24 countries want new rules to govern the use of data.
Only 21 percent of consumers say marketing messages they receive are "usually relevant." How can your company improve that percentage? Silverpop, an email marketing firm owned by IBM, has just published a new whitepaper offering potential trends for 2016. Here they are.