Dropbox Goes Business Class With New Enterprise Tools

Two Dropboxes in one are better than two Dropboxes.

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Twitter Releases Mobile App Testing Tools for Android Phones

Twitter on Thursday released Crashlytics for Android, a toolset that helps mobile developers test their software on mobile devices to improve apps before they are released to consumers. Twitter acquired the Crashlytics team earlier this year, and has taken multiple steps to court developers and encourage them to integrate their applications with Twitter.

Twitter Acquires Cabana to Improve Third-Party Developer Tools

Starting today, Cabana will be joining Twitter’s platform team, to help “third-party developers create new experiences on Twitter.”

With New Merchant Local Updates Tool, Foursquare Is Getting Serious About Its Business

A month after its redesign pitch to users, Foursquare appeals to businesses with improved tools.

It’s Time for an Internal Memo: Dibble Takes Over All Tech at Yahoo

Yahoo reorgs! Again!

Wealthfront Finally Launches, Aimed at Silicon Valley’s “Richie Rich” Newbies

It’s a financial planning tool aimed at geeks.

Horse Flash: Apple’s Steve Jobs on Adobe Vendetta in 2010 at D8 (Video)

Why Apple put the popular software technology out to pasture.

Federated Media Buys Lijit Networks

A medium-sized online advertising company buys a smaller one.

CafeMom Launches Daily Deals and Plans Hispanic Moms Site

CafeMom, a social-networking and community site aimed at mothers, is expanding its offerings to daily deals, as well as announcing an anticipated launch of a site aimed at Hispanic moms. The deals site has just been launched under the killer URL of Mom.com.

Exclusive: Yahoo Nabs Jai Singh From AOL's HuffPo as Editor-in-Chief

According to sources close to the situation, Yahoo has grabbed one of Huffington Post’s top editors, Jai Singh, to become its editor-in chief. Before moving to the HuffPo as managing editor in 2009, which is now the key content unit of AOL, Singh ran CNET.

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