CeBIT Showcases Japanese Innovation in Germany

CeBIT, Europe’s biggest digital economy conferences, has begun today in the German city of Hannover. And among a packed schedule, which comprises dozens of the industry’s sectors, organizers are hoping to showcase…

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Heili CEO Weissmann: “At Some Point the Founders Need to Get Off the Stage”

Before Israeli entrepreneur Naor Weissmann founded cloud AI startup Heili, in April 2015, he was consulting other startups on their storage issues. The data industry had gone through a dramatic transition: where…

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Musk’s Moon Ambitions Outpace Any Other

By the time Howard Hughes built his H-4 Hercules flying boat, also known as the ‘Spruce Goose’, he was an engineering prodigy, having leveraged a fortune and innovated radios, aviation and other…

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Tech Leaders Rebuke Trump’s Travel Ban

Leaders across Silicon Valley have condemned President Donald Trump’s latest immigration rules, which have resulted in derision and protests in the United States and beyond. The executive orders, which suspend refugees from entering…

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Here Are the Biggest Tech Stories of 2017

Few years have polarized public opinion as the one about to end. 2016 has seen political upheaval, heightened conflict and a sense, generally, that the things we once took for granted aren’t…

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Deck The Halls: Christmas 2016’s Top 10 Tech Gifts

2016 may have been a mixed bag for many reasons. But a mixed stocking is no bad thing–especially when it’s chocked full of the latest gadgets and gizmos across the spectrum of…

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Apple’s mixed earnings report reveals second straight quarter of dwindling iPad sales

Apple reported mixed quarterly earnings today, with increased iPhone sales, higher than expected net income and strong growth in gross margins offset by declining iPad sales and lower than expected revenue. Apple…

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Krehbiel Family Leaves 75-year-old Molex to Koch Industries at $7.2 Billion

Last Monday, Wichita-based Koch Industries acquired Molex, the 75-year-old connector company and Apple parts supplier. Both companies look to close the deal by the end of this year, which depends on both…

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2013 Top 100 Asia: Winners

The Red Herring team would like to congratulate its 2013 Top 100 Asia winners. Accolades were bestowed on the evening of September 5 based on qualitative and quantitative criteria involving financial performance,…

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