HELSINKI, April 8- Nokia has received approval from Chinese authorities to sell its mobile phone business to Microsoft Corp, it said on Tuesday, and added there had been no request for it to change its patent practices. Nokia agreed in September to sell the business to Microsoft in a 5.4 billion euro deal.» Read More
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Venture firms Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers are teaming up to provide funding for startups working with Google Glass.
Insider selling at the biggest tech companies hit a record pace over the last six months even as investors snatched up shares, pushing the Nasdaq Composite Index to a 12-year high.
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It doesn't appear that Apple can do anything about its tailspin, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
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In shaping its targeted advertising strategy, Facebook is tapping into outside sources of data to learn even more about Facebook users, the NYT reports.
Dell shareholders would "lose badly" if the takeover battle for the struggling PC maker results in Michael Dell losing control, management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld told CNBC.
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Blackstone, which is weighing an offer for Dell, is making an aggressive push to recruit Oracle President Mark Hurd to be chief executive of the world's No. 3 PC maker.
Google's YouTube said the number of unique users visiting the video-sharing website every month has reached 1 billion.
"What we really saw was the lack of urgency we sometimes see in the sales force, as Q3 deals fall into Q4," the CFO said on the earnings call.
Apple's giant pile of cash has been a hot topic of discussion on Wall Street, as analysts size up ways it could be handed out to shareholders.
Yahoo has acquired Jybe, a company that recommends books, movies and restaurants to users via an iOS application.
Computer networks at major South Korean banks and top TV broadcasters crashed Wednesday, prompting speculation of a cyberattack by North Korea.
Adobe earnings fell sharply from a year earlier but beat forecasts as revenue held above $1 billion. Shares rose after-hours.
The Washington Post plans to start charging for some digital content starting this summer, becoming one of the last major U.S. newspapers to do so.
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Apple and Google are wooing developers to ensure that top game titles arrive first on devices powered by their operating system, the WSJ reported.
Lumoid is a new company that lets consumers rent digital cameras, Re/code reports. They could become a go-to source for photo buffs.
After years of legal battling, four big tech companies will go on trial in May. They are accused of conspiring to keep their employees down.