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A designer who used to work at Facebook tracked and compiled all of his daily activities for the past year as a sort of art project at the nexus of monitoring and big data.
A deal with Victory Park Capital, a Chicago-based firm known for backing small-business financing ventures, will broaden the start-up's efforts to provide small capital extensions.
Something is in the air lately, making many entrepreneurs forget the demise of services like Webvan and Kozmo during the last dot-com boom.
Machines still can't see and identify objects as well as humans, but researchers participating in a contest say error rates have been cut in half over the last year.
On Monday, a hospital network said personal data for 4.5 million patients had been stolen in a cyberattack by a group based in China.
A local court will now weigh whether Uber can legally operate in the German capital.
A team of computer scientists at Columbia has developed a research tool for tracking the use of personal data online.
The analysis of giant data sets promises unique business insights, but much manual effort is still required to prepare the information for parsing.
Mikey Dickerson helped build Google's computer systems. Now he's in Washington, tasked with remaking the way the government uses computers and how citizens engage with it online.
LiketoKnowit plugs into Instagram and gives people a way to browse the items that they view in their Instagram feeds and may want to buy.
Apple this week said it had for the first time begun storing user data on servers in mainland China. It also barred two potentially harmful chemicals that some factory workers had used during assembly of iPhones and iPads.
The dispute between Amazon and Hachette has caused the usually reticent retailer start talking but made the publisher shut up. Some of the best commentary is coming from authors in the middle.
While a potato salad project made crowdfunding look whimsical, recent studies indicate the wisdom of the crowd and the venture capital community is often not that different.
The young company makes accessories that connect home appliances to the Internet and will help Samsung compete with Google and Apple.
Spring has more than 100 major retailer partners participating, including brands like Nicole Miller, Michael Kors and Levi's.
Uber said Thursday that it would challenge a ruling banning the smartphone-based car service in Berlin, calling it "not progressive."
Ask.fm has 180 million regular monthly users and a particularly strong appeal to a highly desirable young age demographic. But the deal comes with some strings attached.
In a conference call, Cisco executives said the company planned to cut up to 6,000 jobs, or 8 percent of its work force, in the coming months.
Fresh off lower earnings and an announcement of planned layoffs, the networking giant is bringing 20,000 people to Las Vegas. The plan is to rally the troops to a new kind of big-ticket selling that involves solving business objectives, not just selling switches.
The online retailer is competing with competitors like VeriFone, PayPal and Square, but will offer a lower transaction rate to the small- and medium-size businesses it is targeting.