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Popular Crowdfunding Destination Kickstarter Updates Terms & Conditions

Popular crowdfunding site, Kickstarter that helped launch a number of successful projects is finally making an effort to revise its terms of use that will ... Read more

Oculus Unveils Crescent Bay VR Headset With 360-Degree Tracking

Facebook-owned Oculus VR introduced its third major revision of the popular Oculus Rift virtual-reality head mounted display, called Crescent Bay. The ... Read more

A Deal Done: Mitsubishi Bids $1.4bn for Norwegian fish farmer Cermaq

Japanese conglomerate, Mitsubishi Corp., proposed a $1.4 billion bid to buy Norwegian fishery Cermaq in a strategic move to expand its food business. The ... Read more

EMC Explores Deal Options with HP, Dell

The Hopkinton, Mass., based EMC Corporation, which is currently facing mounting pressure from a massive activist hedge fund, is seeking optimistic results ... Read more

Siemens Inks $7.6bn Deal with Dresser-Rand

Europe’s largest engineering conglomerate, Siemens has agreed to acquire Houston-based Dresser-Rand in a $7.6bn (£4.6bn) transaction which will help ... Read more

California Issues 29 Permits for Self-Driving Cars on its Roads

Driverless cars which have been put to test on certain Californian regions for more than four years, recently received the nod from the Department of Motor ... Read more

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