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Dell Founder's New Buyout Bid Wins Initial Shareholder Approval

The official vote on the bid from Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners has been pushed back to September 12.

This New Tool Basically Makes Star Trek Technology a Reality

Having recently raised more than $1.5 million, the Scanadu Scout aims to read your vitals, all by a simple touch to your forehead.

Feel This: Disney Wants to Bring Virtual Objects Into the Real World. Sort Of.

Disney doesn't just do cartoons. Its researchers are developing something that can make motion-controlled devices more immersive for users.

Dell Founder Sweetens Offer to Take the PC Maker Private

New offer adds $150 million and calls for a decision to be made by simple majority of shareholders.

Elon Musk and His Outrageous Idea to Travel Between Los Angeles and San Francisco in Just 30 Minutes

Details for the 'Hyperloop' are vague, but the idea sounds amazing.

No Joke, These 'Smart Diapers' Can Detect Your Child's Health

A New York tech startup has combined diapers with a mobile app to give parents real-time health info on their babies.

Dell Postpones Buyout Meeting as More Votes Needed

Dell put off shareholder vote on its founder's $24.4 billion buyout offer, after failing to get enough support to seal the deal.

The Technology That Could Save Schools Thousands

By giving new life to old computers, Neverware hopes to save schools, hospitals and businesses the time and hassle of upgrading hardware and software.

Microsoft Asks U.S. to Let It Disclose Security Requests

The software giant says it has asked for more freedom to disclose how it handles requests for customer data from national security organizations.

Dell Founder Stands Firm on Buyout Offer

Michael Dell will not raise his $24.4 billion bid for the PC maker, even if a vote on the offer is delayed, sources say.

Calling All College Students: Clinkle Wants You

Tech-darling Clinkle is opening up its waitlist to university students in the U.S.

Marissa Mayer's Smartest and Dumbest Moves at Yahoo

After one year on the job, here's a look back at what the CEO did right and should have done differently.

As Heat Wave Intensifies, How to Prepare for a Power Outage

Be prepared the next time you lose electricity with these handy alternative power sources.

How One U.S. City Became an Unexpected Hub for Tech Startups

California and New York aren't the last word in tech. Read our take on how Cincinnati is becoming a home for startups.

Google's Greater China President Steps Down

The search giant says its vice president and Greater China president, Liu Yun, will pursue other opportunities.

Startup Offers a Digital Take on Art for Your Home

PIxeled app lets users send images and animation to framed displays on their walls.

Major Microsoft Shakeup Seeks to Revive Struggling Tech Giant

The software company hopes to revitalize itself as PC sales decline and it struggles to compete in mobile.

The Advantages of a Closed Social Network for Your Business

Creating a social network just for your employees can allow information to move more freely.

How Software Is Helping Yoga Studios Keep Their Balance

Silicon Valley's BizeeBee is a simple management and billing tool that aims to keep yogis on their mats and not their laptops.

Michael Dell Told to Raise Dell Offer as Carl Icahn Ups the Stakes

The founder has been advised to raise his $24.4 billion offer for Dell, coming under further pressure from billionaire investor Carl Icahn.

4 Laptops Powerful and Fast Enough to Run Your Business

These full-size laptops have large screens, full-size keyboards and powerful operating systems.

4 Reasons to Wait to Buy Google Glass

While Google Glass is being touted as the next big thing in technology and much of the media has pulled out their pom-poms, here are a few reasons young entrepreneurs should wait to purchase the device.

Ways to Get More From Fleet-Management Software

Learn the five ways this tool can increase efficiency and customer satisfaction.

How Fin-Tech Startups Are Disrupting Wall Street

Entrepreneurs working in financial technology are helping banks grapple with everything from Big Data and cybersecurity threats to the growing number of customers using mobile and social media.

Google Pats Itself on Back for Response to EU Antitrust Probe

The tech giant says it 'did a pretty good job' replying to the European Union's concerns that it blocks competitors in web search results.
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