Patent Wars- The Modern Tech Battle

Monday, March 26th, 2012
It may sound like there’s a battle going out there in the world of tech, because there is. It’s a silent one that happens only between the tech adversaries. It is always between fierce competitors trying to get that edge over the other, getting that advantage not just to move up, but also to survive. And when you are a tech giant, a vast cache of different intellectual properties becomes a vaunted shie

Yelp Now, Facebook Next?

Monday, March 5th, 2012
Well, it seems that tech stocks are still quite in high demand at the stock market. With many tech companies either planning or considering a move to go public, this may just further add fuel to an ever increasing fire. One of the recent beneficiaries of this growing popularity of tech stocks is the local review site Yelp. Yelp has recently gone public and conducted its Initial Public Offering or IPO on the second

Groupon IPO Postponed

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011
It was previously reported in June that daily deals site Groupon has filed for its Initial Public Offering with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the first step towards becoming a publicly listed company. It was surrounded by much excitement as it followed on the heels of other recent tech company IPO’s that were largely regarded as successful. But recent news state that Groupon may be postponing it

Adobe Acquires EchoSign

Monday, July 18th, 2011
Acquisition news still seem to go on with tech companies. They are trying to continue to develop their own products for future growth by either partnering up with other tech companies or by making them a part of their own. This time, it is Adobe acquiring e-signature automation service EchoSign. According to a blog by EchoSign, PDF document pioneer Adobe has recently acquired the popular electronic signature servi

Living Social Planning Its Own IPO

Monday, July 11th, 2011
The tech bubble is ever so growing. Investors are increasingly looking at tech companies for investment opportunities. This gives the tech industry a wonderful opportunity as well to cash in on some much needed capital brought about by renewed interest on tech. For some, planning an IPO is the best way to go. During the recent months, several tech companies have already gone through filing for their IPO papers. Th

Zynga Enters Into the IPO Game

Monday, July 4th, 2011
It’s a great time to be a successful tech company these days. Investors are currently attracted to all things tech and try to put their bets into such companies, at least those that are known and popular. And because of the attention that they are getting in business and investment circles these days, it’s even a greater time for such companies to be going public. It may not be surprising, therefore, t

Square Raises $100 Million Funding

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Interest in tech companies among investors have picked up quite recently. News about recent IPO’s of companies like LinkedIn have gathered a lot of interest among the investing public. But it may not only be through going public that tech companies may be catching interest. They also seem to get the eye of more established investors willing to put their money on them. With this surge of interest, it is no wo

J.P. Morgan In Talks With Twitter For Possible Minority Stake

Monday, February 28th, 2011
It seems that the investors are once again eyeing tech companies as attractive investments. A number of investment companies have recently had talks with a number of tech companies for a possible stake in exchange for funds. One of the recent ones to be reported is one that J.P. Morgan may be having with popular micro-blogging site Twitter. J.P. Morgan may be the latest investment firm to be having talks with a po

Tech Giants Gear For Battle For Control Over Home Entertainment

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
It seems that the giants of tech are bracing themselves for control over something that many people may consider as their passion. The tech giants are trying to come up with a successful way to finally wrest control over home entertainment, most notably the common television. Many tech companies are now trying to develop their own means of offering something for the TV crowd in an attempt to innovate an already ag