LinkedIn has finally announced it has acquired the Pulse newsreader app team, following rumors of such a deal that started a month ago, for $90 million in a mostly stock deal.
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LinkedIn is reportedly acquiring Pulse, the company behind the popular newsreader app, for between $50 million to $100 million. Microsoft was reportedly in talks to acquire Pulse as well.
Microsoft has announced that some websites that have been optimized for Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 have been updated to work on IE10 in Windows Phone 8 as well.
Pulse has pulled its nearly year old Windows Phone news app from the official Windows Phone Store, the same day that Microsoft promoted Pulse's new HTML5 web-based application.
If you are a fan of Pulse, there is good news for you today as the platform is now HTML5 friendly and has linked up with IE and Windows 8 to give you a fantastic experience on a tablet.
Maingear has now launched its 11.6-inch Pulse 11 notebook, offering PC users an alternative for high end PC work and gaming on a small laptop. Pricing starts at $999.
Maingear plans to launch a 11-inch notebook called Pulse that should take the place of Alienware's M11X notebook, which was recently revealed as being discontinued.
A Nokia executive reveals that the company is developing a new social network, plus a new suite of social apps, as it prepares to extend its software reach with the launch of iOS and Android apps.
The well known news application Pulse will release a version of the free app for Windows Phone 7 users later this week, joining the previously released iPhone, iPad and Android versions.
Weather Pulse is a powerful Weather Image Display Program (whatever that means) for the Internet. It is Freeware and has No Spyware and No Adware. The temperature, shown in either metric and US...