Nancy Gohring

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Nancy Gohring is a freelance journalist who started writing about mobile phones just in time to cover the transition to digital. She's written about PCs from Hanover, cellular networks from Singapore, wireless standards from Cyprus, cloud computing from Seattle and just about any technology subject you can think of from Las Vegas. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Computerworld, Wired, the Seattle Times and other well-respected publications.

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Good to add granular billing controls with Macheen acquisition

Good to add granular billing controls with Macheen acquisition

Good Technology announced it acquired Macheen, a company with technology that can let businesses pay only for mobile expenses related to specified work applications.

With MedXT acquisition, Box gets serious about vertical focus

With MedXT acquisition, Box gets serious about vertical focus

Box announced it acquired MedXT, the provider of a service that lets healthcare workers share medical images.

Zoho aims for improved information sharing with integrated suite

Zoho aims for improved information sharing with integrated suite

Zoho has integrated all of its services so that data can be shared across its various products.

Google steps up push for Chromebooks in the office

Google steps up push for Chromebooks in the office

Just as new low-cost Windows machines are about to hit the market, Google comes out with a new package of Chromebook features aimed at businesses.

Bime: The time is right for cloud BI

Bime: The time is right for cloud BI

Bime, an early provider of a cloud BI product, is rolling out an update that includes an improved UI and simplified pricing.

With new investment, Zoomdata will push its 'micro-query' tech

With new investment, Zoomdata will push its 'micro-query' tech

Zoomdata joins a host of other companies trying to reinvent traditional business intelligence. With $17 million in funding, it hopes to ramp up sales and marketing.

Chris Anderson: Commercial drone users will walk before they run

Chris Anderson: Commercial drone users will walk before they run

3D Robotics' Chris Anderson envisions very broad usage of drones by businesses, but says that companies will start out slow as they test out the concept.

Microsoft Sway: PowerPoint on steroids

Microsoft Sway: PowerPoint on steroids

Microsoft unveiled a new Office app, called Sway, designed to let users easily build nice presentations.

How the new iPhones could help scientists predict the weather

How the new iPhones could help scientists predict the weather

Researchers are excited to learn that the new iPhones have barometers because they might be able to start collecting data that could help better predict short term weather.

End of an era: Red Hat buys BaaS provider FeedHenry

End of an era: Red Hat buys BaaS provider FeedHenry

Red Hat scoops up FeedHenry for around $83 million, leaving few remaining independent BaaS providers.

Auth0 wants to make it easy for devs to add authentication to apps

Auth0 wants to make it easy for devs to add authentication to apps

Auth0, a provider of identity services that developers can build into their apps, scored a $2.4 million investment.

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