US glass supplier CR Laurence purchases Secaucus building for $18M

Los Angeles, California-based glass supplier CR Laurence Co purchased an industrial infrastructure in Secaucus for its expansion in a deal valued at $18 million, according to data firm CoStar.

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Israeli firm ClickSoftware to add US workforce management firm Xora in $14.7M merger deal

Petah Tikva, Israel-based ClickSoftware Technologies Ltd entered a deal to add Mountain View, US-based mobile workforce management firm Xora Inc for a cash consideration of around $14.7 million.

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US Bluetooth controller ring Fin hits $100K crowdfunding target

Palo Alto, US-based Bluetooth controller ring maker Fin hit its $100,000 funding target on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, and now wants to stretch its goal to $150,000 to give visually impaired people a discounted price for the product.

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Beijing Automobile signs deal to invest in American new energy firm Atieva

Chinese car manufacturer Beijing Automobile Group signed a deal to purchase 25.02% of the shares of Mountain View, US-based new energy firm Atieva for an undisclosed amount, and is later expected to launch a high-end electric vehicle.

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China reopens access to Dropbox service after almost four years: report

In 2010, China has blocked American cloud storage service Dropbox for an unconfirmed reason, but last week, the Asian country has once again opened its access to Dropbox, according to Tech In Asia.

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German software giant SAP to open startup cafes in Palo Alto

In a bid to attract more startups, Walldorf, Germany-based sofware giant SAP planned to open a cafe in Palo Alto, California, where startups companies can hang out, collaborate, and connect to over 1,000 companies worldwide.

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US wearable tech firm Basis puts itself for sale on the market -sources

San Francisco, California-based wearable tech firm Basis Science put itself up for sale and is currently in acquisition talks with Google, Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft, according to two sources familiar with the situation.

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Apple mulls over acquisition of electric car maker Tesla -report

Cupertino, US-based smartphone giant Apple considered purchasing Palo Alto, California-based electric car manufacturer Tesla, according to a San Francisco Chronicle report citing an unnamed source.

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New York's Jana Partners takes majority stake in Juniper Networks

New York, US-based investment advisor Jana Partners took a majority stake in Sunnyvale, California-based networking equipment manufacturer Juniper Networks for an undisclosed amount, according to a regulatory filing.

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UrbanSitter raises $15M in Series B round to link US parents with qualified nannies

San Francisco, US-based online nanny marketplace UrbanSitter raised $15 million in Series B funding to expand its marketing efforts and continue connecting US families with qualified nannies.

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Snapchat gets hacked by smoothie enthusiast

California, US-based mobile messaging app Snapchat was victimized again by a hacking attack that affected several accounts and sent spam photos of a fruit smoothie.

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Identity authentication firm HID Global acquires New Mexico's Lumidigm

California-based identity authentication firm HID Global acquired Albuquerque, New Mexico-based authentication solutions provider Lumidigm for an undisclosed amount to extend its product portfolio and gain new secure identity solutions.

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RichRelevance CEO cites reasons why BPPE shouldn't regulate learn-to-code academies

RichRelevance Chief Executive Officer David Selinger gave three main reasons why the Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education or BPPE should not regulate coding academies in his guest post at VentureBeat.

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Security researcher exposes Snapchat weakness that could crash phone

Security researcher Jamie Sanches has discovered and exposed a weakness within California-US-based photo messaging app Snapchat that could allow hackers to freeze and crash a user's phone.

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OpenTable launches private beta for dining payments service in San Francisco

San Francisco, US-based online real-time restaurant reservation service OpenTable launched a private beta of its dining payments service for 11 restaurants in San Francisco, with new restaurants to be added soon.

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