Orlando, US-based online interactive education startup Treehouse launched a new course that aims to teach beginners how to create and design iPhone apps through tutorials and tests.
Dell announced that it will start carrying MakerBot's 3D printers and scanners - a deal that may remove 3D printing in the niche industry and push the technology into mainstream.
San Diego, US-based entrepreneur Ian Sells nabbed $50,000 on a Kickstarter campaign to fund the first batch of StrongVolt, a solar charger he created for smart devices.
The US Secret Service confirmed that it is investigating a potential data security attack at Texas-based arts and crafts retail chain Michaels Stores, which alerted its customers to check credit account statements for fraudulent charges.
American firm STOPit launched a mobile app that functions as a tool that students, parents, and schools can use to fight cyberbullying and report an incident to school officials, authorized adults, or law enforcers.
Google just got hit with an outage that brought down Gmail, Google Plus, Google Voice, Hangouts, and other services which lasted for around 20 minutes and got resolved by 12:23 PM Pacific Time.
Parents think their children actually learn more from watching television than using education apps on their mobile gadgets, according to data gathered by New York-based research firm The Joan Ganz Cooney Center.
San Francisco, California-based online car booking service Uber planned to venture into the Asia Pacific market and start hiring staff members across 14 cities, according to an Uber representative.
Oakland, California-based customer intelligence pipeline raised $450,000 in a funding round last month from Alchemist Accelerator and angel investors to spy on software customers and find out what keeps them happy.
Dallas, Texas-based luxury specialty department store Neiman Marcus confirmed that 1.1 million debit and credit cards could have been compromised during a malware attack from July 16 to October 30, 2013.
In a long-awaited move, Facebook finally started running tests using third-party mobile apps as part of its plan to become a mobile ad network, as confirmed by Facebook engineer Sriram Krishnan on the company's developer blog.
Brooklyn-based firm Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, a new seed investment fund founded by former First Round Capital principal Charlie O'Donnell, secured $8.3 million in funding from several investors.
San Francisco, US-based in-feed native ad exchange ShareThrough raised another $17 million in combined debt and equity financing in a round led by Floodgate and North Bridge Venture.
San Francisco, US-based insurance broker Zenefits raised $15 million in funding to improve the development, sales, and marketing of its product that makes administrative tasks easier.
San Francisco, California-based open-source app deployment project Docker bagged $15 million in a new funding round from Greylock Partners and Insight Venture Partners to help developers build applications faster.