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The lender is growing at a torrid pace, lending $2 million to $5 million every day. The start-up says its approach to lending is particularly data-intensive, which it says allows it to tailor rates to individual circumstances.
A start-up called Sentient could point a way to a future where sitting on a vast trove of data can be even more valuable than it is today.
Phil Gilbert, head of design at IBM, is trying to get the technology giant to embrace a new concept that could potentially help the company, which has seen two years of declining revenue, rethink its approach.
On Monday an event meant to make coding attractive to children plans to announce its latest tool, a programming tutorial based on Minecraft.
The tech industry's much-discussed incursion into the world of media has put financial pressure on traditional media companies, with their shares plunging last week.
A new software initiative will enable Android smartphones to be used for large-scale medical research projects. Apple did that for iPhones earlier this year.
The company is trying to make it easier to accomplish tasks inside text messaging and to give other app makers the programming hooks that allow them to expand the abilities of text messages even further.
ScanLAB Projects, a London design studio, has taken 3D scanning to an artistic level by trying to scan the inner life of self-driving cars.
The move is the latest foray into digital mapping for Uber, which had offered to buy Nokia’s mapping business for around $3 billion early this year but lost out on the deal to a consortium of German automakers.
T-Mobile has quietly increased some of its data plan prices even as it offers higher data limits. Some customers may pay less and get more data; others will pay more for more data than they will use.
Despite strong earnings by big tech players, some smaller start-ups are starting to worry, and make cutbacks, as valuations of hot companies shrink.
Facebook is introducing a new iPhone app that lets users sign up for custom notifications from a selection of about 70 news outlets and information providers.
On Monday, the Match Group — the collection of dating services like Match.com and Tinder — set terms for its initial public offering, seeking a valuation of about $3.1 billion.
The coalition brings together an unexpected alliance of interests. But In the end, they share similar pragmatic interests.
Flipkart worked with Google to create a new mobile website that was unveiled on Monday in a move to improve the mobile web experience and steer away from apps.
The digital shift was supposed to destroy public radio, with so much streaming music available through the web. But some stations have found a way to turn the change to their advantage.
Google is making much of its machine-learning technology freely available as open-source software. The move is intended to accelerate innovation in the field and enrich Google.
A class action firm that routinely targets tech companies is opening an office in San Francisco, not far from many of the companies it has sued.
The video game industry's version of the Oscars has gone independent and online in a reinvention of the awards show model.
A new McKinsey report concludes that technology-driven automation will redefine jobs far more than it will eliminate them.