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The Oculus Store Still Needs A Lot Of Work

Oculus didn’t just launch their Rift VR headset back in March—they also launched a software interface and an online store. The software functions similarly to Steam or GOG, working as a store, a social network, a game library and launching pad. It desperately needs an upgrade. Read more...

Google Glass app helps kids with autism see emotions

Stanford University researchers are testing software that is meant to help autistic children with social cues. The Google Glass software reads the emotions on people's faces, then tells the user what those emotions are. Early research is yielding positive results.  Read more... More about Real Time, Autism, Google Glass, Google, and Tech

Here's How Social Media is Impacting Your Office Space

Did you get the memo? A whopping 94% of recruiters used social media to find talent in 2015, and 89% of companies are planning to follow suit. Knowing these stats, software recruiting company Betterteam crafted this Office Space-inspired infographic to show the massive impact social media has on the hiring world. Some of [...]

This CEO Is Famous For His Social Activism, But He's Silent On Trump

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A few major companies and chief executives are starting to mobilize against Donald Trump, but one CEO remains notably mum. Marc Benioff, the outspoken “social activist” leader of software company Salesforce, has so far said next to nothing...Show More Summary

LinkedIn, Microsoft and SpendLead — Social Media Principles Enter the Corporate Software World

Categories: Innovation, M&A, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Sourcing, Technology Tags: L1, Technology The timing was really quite extraordinary. I sat down to write this article about our recent webinar — all about social media and...Show More Summary

Microsoft: Fitch Places Debt on “Negative Watch” on Greater Leverage

Following Microsoft’s (MSFT) announcement Monday it will spend $26.3 billion to buy social networker and enterprise software maker LinkedIn (LNKD), credit rating shop Fitch Ratings today announced it placed Microsoft’s bonds, rated “AA+,”...Show More Summary

The Evolution of Customer Service and Help Desk Software

Customer support needs to be fast and proactive in today's socially connected world. But how has technology evolved to help manage this? The post The Evolution of Customer Service and Help Desk Software appeared first on AllBusiness.com The post The Evolution of Customer Service and Help Desk Software appeared first on AllBusiness.com.

Microsoft Acquires LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion

Microsoft, the software giant, made a major announcement today. The US headquartered company has bought out LinkedIn, a social network aimed at

Microsoft: LinkedIn Deal Is About the Data, Says CLSA

CLSA’s Ed Maguire this evening throws his hat in the ring assessing Microsoft’s (MSFT) $26 billion acquisition of social networker and enterprise software maker LinkedIn (LNKD) announced this morning, arguing that the value of the deal is in the data Microsoft is getting its hands on, more than anything, data that can be used to […]

Leaving Aside MSFT for LNKD, M&A Has Been Up Against Obstacles This Year, Says Goldman

Before Microsoft (MSFT) this morning announced it would purchase social networking and enterprise software vendor LinkedIn (LNKD), Goldman Sachs’s Jessica Binder and colleagues published a research note noting that there had been a 28% decline in U.S. M&A activity this year, in terms of aggregate deal values, citing several “near-term risks” to deal making. The drop in the […]

5 Essential Layers in the Social Video Stack

To keep pace with surging demand for online video, publishers, agencies, and brands will need to build and embrace the social video stack Software may be eating the world, but video is feasting on the attention of today’s consumers. Snapchat recently announced it generates 10 billion video views per day, growing by two billion in as […]

Microsoft Pays $26 Billion to Buy the Microsoftiest Social Network Ever

Yet more exciting news from the world of high tech: Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, a deal in which one of the world's biggest social networks will join a software and computing giant as it tries to broaden its reachShow More Summary

Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

Microsoft and LinkedIn have engaged in talks that would see the software giant acquiring the business-oriented social network by end of year.

Tech giant Microsoft agrees to buy LinkedIn for $26.2bn

The US software firm to acquire professional social networking site, which has some 433 million members worldwide.

Microsoft: It’s Going to Be Hard to Get the Value out of LNKD, Says Elevation’s McNamee

Following Microsoft’s (MSFT) announcement this morning it will spend $26 billion to acquire social networker and enterprise software vendor LinkedIn (LNKD), most of the responses have been positive from the Street, from analysts of both...Show More Summary

Microsoft buys social-networking site LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

  Microsoft, the software giant, made a major announcement today. The US headquartered company has bought out LinkedIn, a social network aimed

Microsoft Acquires Linkedin in USD 26.2 Billion All-Cash Deal!

This is big – World’s largest software maker Microsoft has acquired Linkedin, the World’s leading professional social network. In an official announcement made today, Microsoft said that they have entered into a definitive agreementShow More Summary

Microsoft is adding LinkedIn to its professional network

Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, a deal in which one of the world's biggest social networks will join a software and computing giant as it tries to broaden its reach in online services. Under the agreement the two companies announced Monday, LinkedIn will continue to operate independently, and LinkedIn chief executive Jeff Weiner will […]

LinkedIn’s Position Still Strong in HR, Says RBC Survey

Shares of social networking and enterprise software proprietor LinkedIn (LNKD) are up $2.06, or 1.5%, at $135.91, after RBC Capital’s Mark Mahaney this morning raised his rating on the stock to Outperform from Market Perform, with aShow More Summary

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