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An 18-year-old entrepreneur has idea that could change the world - and she might help change the tech industry too

AN 18-YEAR-OLD ENTREPRENEUR HAS IDEA THAT COULD CHANGE THE WORLD - AND SHE MIGHT HELP CHANGE THE TECH INDUSTRY TOO

BuiltByGirls Sharon Lin is not your typical 18-year-old. A freshman at MIT, Lin helped develop an Android app while interning at the...

 
 
 
This startup makes pants that are more comfortable than jeans and more stylish than sweatpants

THIS STARTUP MAKES PANTS THAT ARE MORE COMFORTABLE THAN JEANS AND MORE STYLISH THAN SWEATPANTS

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the...

Sprint and T-Mobile reach ‘major breakthrough' in merger talks

SPRINT AND T-MOBILE REACH ‘MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH' IN MERGER TALKS

T-Mobile US Inc is close to agreeing tentative terms on a deal to merge with Sprint Corp, people familiar with the matter said on Friday,...

 
 
 
Microsoft and Facebook's 4,000-mile transatlantic internet cable Marea is now complete

MICROSOFT AND FACEBOOK'S 4,000-MILE TRANSATLANTIC INTERNET CABLE MAREA IS NOW COMPLETE

A new subsea cable connecting North America with mainland Europe has been completed, promising to meet the growing demand for cloud...

 
 
 
Uber is losing its license in London because it's not a ‘fit and proper' operator

UBER IS LOSING ITS LICENSE IN LONDON BECAUSE IT'S NOT A ‘FIT AND PROPER' OPERATOR

Uber has been dealt a massive blow as the ride-hailing giant has been refused a license renewal in London. Transport for London , which...

REPORT: Starling is looking to raise £40 million in a new funding round

REPORT: STARLING IS LOOKING TO RAISE £40 MILLION IN A NEW FUNDING ROUND

LONDON - Startup bank Starling is seeking to raise £40 million from investors in a new funding round to drive international expansion. The...

 
 
 
 
 
 
Microsoft to open its first European retail outlet in London. next to Apple's flagship store

MICROSOFT TO OPEN ITS FIRST EUROPEAN RETAIL OUTLET IN LONDON. NEXT TO APPLE'S FLAGSHIP STORE

ANALYSIS: After years of speculation, Microsoft finally confirmed plans to open its first physical retail store in Europe. The tech...

 
 
 
Appeals court limits where patent trolls can file suits

APPEALS COURT LIMITS WHERE PATENT TROLLS CAN FILE SUITS

In a closely watched case, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has issued an order that should see many more patent cases...

A $1.6 billion rival to Oracle and Amazon just filed to go public

A $1.6 BILLION RIVAL TO ORACLE AND AMAZON JUST FILED TO GO PUBLIC

MongoDB, a New York-based database startup reportedly valued at $1.6 billion, officially filed for its IPO on Thursday afternoon. In...

 
 
 
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is reportedly cutting jobs again - this time about 10% of its workforce

HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE IS REPORTEDLY CUTTING JOBS AGAIN - THIS TIME ABOUT 10% OF ITS WORKFORCE

Tom Pennington/Getty Hewlett Packard Enterprise is cutting 5,000 jobs as part of a wider effort to slash costs at the company, Bloomberg...

4 Ways Live Chat Can Help Your Business Generate More Leads

4 WAYS LIVE CHAT CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS GENERATE MORE LEADS

Live chat has become one of the most popular ways to deliver customer service. Enterprise adoption of this tool grew from 38 percent...

 
 
 
CloudHealth Names Axbey CEO as Enterprise Cloud Spending Accelerates

CLOUDHEALTH NAMES AXBEY CEO AS ENTERPRISE CLOUD SPENDING ACCELERATES

Fresh off raising a $46 million venture funding round , CloudHealth Technologies is embarking on its next chapter under new leadership....

Microsoft adds Availability Zones to its Azure cloud platform

MICROSOFT ADDS AVAILABILITY ZONES TO ITS AZURE CLOUD PLATFORM

Microsoft has begun adding Availability Zones to its Azure cloud platform, providing customers with an additional tool to make sure...

 
 
 
HTC stock to resume trading on September 22

HTC STOCK TO RESUME TRADING ON SEPTEMBER 22

HTC is to resume trading on the Taiwan Stock Exchange tomorrow, according to an announcement issued by the TWSE, after halting it before...