Dani Cummins

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Why China's Top Tech Firms Are Investing More In Silicon Valley

For a look at how Chinese tech firms are increasingly making a mark on the US tech scene, just turn to e-commerce giant Alibaba.<p>Alibaba is well on its way to recording the world’s largest ever tech IPO in the US, which may explain its increased activity there — but it is definitely not the only …

Makerbot plants its 3D-printing flag in Europe

Makerbot has just announced the launch of an EU division called Makerbot Europe in order to replicate its US 3D-printing success overseas. The company has already been successfully selling its Replicator Mini (above) and other models through distributor Hafner's Buro in Europe. However, it decided …

Big bitcoin players are back on iOS now that Blockchain’s Wallet app is live again

Bitcoin fans were furious earlier this year after Apple booted a bunch of cryptocurrency apps from its app store. One fan even went so far as to …

Why Acer Leads (For Now) In Global Chromebook Sales

Acer began building the Chromebook nearly six years ago before anyone thought the fast Google-designed laptops would fly. The two formed a relationship: Google provided the software, particularly the Chrome operating system. Acer found the hardware, its lifetime specialty, including fast Intel …

What it Takes to Launch Uber, Hailo and Citymapper in a New City

For most tech companies, expansion is all about country-by-county localization. When your service requires a city-by-city approach, the operation can be far bigger and more complicated.<p>To find out what such a granular approach to expansion involves, we spoke to three companies at different stages …

Meet Terraform, a simple command-line tool to manage all your cloud infrastructure

Mitchell Hashimoto, the guy who created the popular Vagrant tool for setting up development environments, has gone and built another useful tool for developers working on public-cloud platforms.<p>No longer must developers sign in to one or more online portals and hit a bunch of buttons to load up or …