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Infor plots move into cloud financials in strike against Workday

Financials Xi will provide a broad and modern suite of applications with no need to 'bolt-on' more, Infor says

Uber doubles down on shared rides, enacts permanent pricing cut for UberX

The company is promoting a service regulators have said violates the law


Google reports a 19% jump in US government data requests

Governments of many nations are increasingly asking Google to hand over information on its users

Facebook's TODO project is a big push to evolve the world of open source

The project aims to improve how open source software is developed and consumed

California regulators say Uber, Lyft and Sidecar's car-pool services are illegal

Drivers can't carry multiple passengers while charging individual fares, the Public Utilities Commission said

Google offers $100,000 cloud credit for startups

Qualified startups will also get tech support

Google acquires online survey specialist Polar

The Polar team will be joining the Google+ team

Yahoo says it faced $250,000 daily fines for defying US surveillance requests

Yahoo's disclosure comes amid newly unsealed court documents

Dropbox reports a steady rise in government data requests

The firm received 268 requests during the first half of 2014

County set to rip and replace troubled SAP software system

SAP's software is used successfully by thousands of government agencies, a spokesman maintains

Coinbase expands Bitcoin services in Europe

The expansion allows people to exchange bitcoins and accept payments in 13 European countries

Twitter sets its platform ambitions high with new 'Flight' conference

The event will help outside developers build apps using Twitter tools

Google buys 'smart' spoon maker Lift Labs

Lift Labs makes a mechanical spoon for people with neurodegenerative diseases

Oracle completes Micros acquisition, forms new global business unit

Oracle makes a big push into hospitality and retail with the addition of Micros

Rakuten buys shopping site Ebates for $1 billion

Online mall aims for world's largest selection of goods

PayPal subsidiary Braintree to process Bitcoin payments

The move represents PayPal's first foray into the digital currency

Uber CEO cites 'scrappy,' 'fierce' methods in fighting taxis, Lyft

Travis Kalanick speaks out on the firm's aggressive business strategies

Popular Android apps fail basic security tests, putting privacy at risk

Instagram and Grindr stored images on their servers that were accessible without authentication

Scheduling

Amy, your personal AI-driven scheduling assistant (and I have accounts to give away!)

Scheduling meetings is a pain but x.ai's artificially intelligent assistant "Amy" makes it painless by interacting through email just as a human assistant would

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba seeks up to $21 billion in US IPO

Shares will be priced between $60 and $66 in one of the biggest IPOs ever

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