Yum! The appliance retailer wants to beef up its social-networking and editorial offerings, as well as let other sites create branded "stores," so it's pulled in a tasty venture round from Azure Capital Partners.
Knowledge Adventure, the maker of kids' educational game software JumpStart, plans Monday to begin selling virtual world software for 3- to 5-year-olds.
With oil topping $100 per barrel, FedEx is investing in hybrid, alt-fuel, and electric vehicles.
Bentley announces specifications for Naim audio system in Bentley models.
Nokia has teamed up with wireless provider Azure to offer users of its N-series mobile devices free Wi-Fi at hotspots around Australia.
iStyles vinyl skins let you dress up your Wii, Xbox, Playstation and iPod devices in patterns ranging from Monet's Water Lilies to "Undead."
A test center that can boost you from a high achiever to genius-level on the SAT? It beats hacking into the system.
Attention crazy parents. Education.com is here to give you information, and possibly drive you nuts.
In this 21st installment of the Open Source CEO Series, I talk with Harold Goldberg, CEO of Zend Technologies.
A Silicon Valley upstart caters to time-pressed parents with a new reference Web site that's all about child-age schooling.