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MediaTek eyes new markets with $300 million startup fund

MediaTek Ventures will invest in hardware, chips, services and IoT startups

Samsung will freeze workers' pay in South Korea

Samsung will still issue bonuses and performance incentives as it negotiates a challenging business environment


Deutsche Bank Signs 10-Year Private Cloud Deal With HP

German lender moves to OpenStack platform in deal worth 'billions' of dollars

Uber offers free rides to Koreans, hopes they won't report its illegal drivers to police

Local users express safety concerns

NetSfere promises enterprise messaging with end-to-end security

Featuring device-to-device encryption, this tool ensures sensitive messages are for senders' and recipients' eyes only

HP gives a bleak forecast as split approaches

The strengthening dollar has forced HP to lower its outlook for the year

Kenya abandons school laptop project, moves to computer labs

A snag in the bidding process derailed the laptop plan, but there are high hopes for computer labs

DHS to allow H-1B spouses to work in US

The agency will begin taking employment applications from H-4 visa holders in late May

Twitter speaks up for FCC net neutrality plan

Keeping the Internet open promotes free speech and helps the US economy, Twitter said

Startup Flex Logix aims to score big in a niche chip market

Flex Logix will come out of stealth mode with a new type of FPGA chip to speed up specific applications

Facebook, other tech firms face pressure from drivers over work conditions

The increased unionization of drivers reflects unease about growing inequality in Silicon Valley

Box buys Airpost, a startup that keeps tabs on cloud app use

Airpost says it can turn rogue apps in enterprises into productivity assets

Twizoo Founder: 'First Thing a VC Asks Me is Why Are My Nails Painted Pink?'

Madeline Parra said she has pitched 25 VCs and they've all been male

Sensors and lasers will help Volvo's self-driving cars stay on the road

The cars will be packed with loads of technology to ensure a safe trip

Apple, Japan Display said to discuss new iPhone screen plant

A new facility would add capacity for a struggling iPhone screen maker

Born in the NSA - Spook Spin-out Sqrrl Now Offers 'Out of the Box' Security

Big data software startup matures

HP Moonshot System

Review: HP's Moonshot is Flexible, Manageable, Amazing

HP's cartridge-based, hyperscale computing system brings significant server power and high efficiency to a variety of workloads

HP Latest to Unbundle Switch Hardware, Software

HP has joined the disaggregation party through two partnerships that will produce a branded white box switch capable of running multiple network operating systems.

playstation vita slim

Sony Looks to PlayStation to Revive Fortunes, Could Ditch Smartphones

Sony continues to spin off struggling divisions, including its video and audio business.

IBM's Robert LeBlanc has his head in the cloud

The newly appointed exec is tasked with putting Big Blue ahead in the cloud race

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