If you're wondering what Lithium Technologies is going to do with Klout, the social influence measurement startup that it <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2014/03/27/lithium-acquires-klout/">acqui
Social customer service company Lithium Technologies will announce on Thursday morning that it has acquired Klout for almost $200 million in cash and private stock, says Fortune.
<p dir="ltr"><a target="_blank" href="http://www.lithium.com/">Lithium</a> has raised $50 million from a group of unnamed investors in what the company is calling pre-IPO mezzanine financing. Lithium
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Once upon a time, I was at some press conference somewhere dealing with laptops and someone in the audience asked why battery technology hasn’t improved. The exec on stage replied something to t
Dell announced a recall of 4.1 million notebook computer batteries, warning users that it’s possible they could catch fire. Although company didn’t say the batteries would explode, it did