Networking equipment giant Cisco agrees to buy Sourcefire for about $2.7 billion, adding anti-hacking technology used extensively by the U.S. government.
Starbucks and Danone join forces to move some yogurt.
The S.E.C cracks down on an alleged bitcoin-related Ponzi scheme.
VCs continue investing in electronic spying startups.
Flipboard brings its mobile magazines to the Web.
Sequoia’s Mike Moritz says Instacart is no Webvan 2.0.
For the mobile Internet, tomorrow belongs to China.
Useful insights for anyone thinking of buying one of those $500 homes in Detroit.
This dog found a tiny kitten, and risked everything to save her. (It doesn’t get more heartwarming, people.)
Photo: A customer holds up an Apple iPhone 5 (L) and iPhone 4S in Brussels in this September 28, 2012 file photo.Credit: Reuters/Yves Herman/Files