Think $30 million is a lot to pay for produce? Not when it gives money back. Kabbage, which gives loans to online sellers, got $30 million in funding today, led by Thomvest Ventures.
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Flame, the malware related to the infamous Stuxnet that hit Iranian nuclear systems in 2010, may have three sisters in the wild, according to new research by Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Apple's stock hit $700 a share today in after hours trading, proving to all of us that all you really need to have a successful business is a new iPhone. Good luck to everyone else.
Google bought "photography first" mobile app developer Nik Software today, meaning Google now owns Instagram competitor Snapseed. But while Snapseed will give Google those sepia filters, it also provides an arsenal of photography apps the company can use for its social network, Google+.
Apple's stock shot up to its newest high, $696.98 a share, after the company opened up pre-ordering online for its latest device, the coveted iPhone 5.
Everyone using iCloud has a new portal to access it. Apple released iCloud.com to everyone using the content-syncing service, after a trial period.
During New York Fashion Week, acclaimed designer Diane von Furstenberg added a new accessory to her show: Google's Project Glass. Today, she released her video made entirely out of Google Glass footage, showing what it's like to be DVF during the craziest week of fashion in the U.S.
How long does it take to become a major Internet sensation? Many say "overnight," but in the case of Gangnam Style, two months of YouTube hits, parody videos, and fan re-dos made one band and their "horsey-dance" more relevant to pop culture than Call Me Maybe.
You won't have to wait until the 21st to take a look at Apple's iPhone 5, iPod Touch, and iPod Nano. We got hands-on videos with all three devices, as well as the new maps app and the new panorama feature in the iPhone 5.
Apple today unveiled a new, larger iPhone 5 as well as a new iPod Touch, iPod Shuffle, and a revamped iTunes aimed at more mobile users. It also released the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 6. Here's VentureBeat's blow-by-blow coverage with all the details.
Doesn't it feel like we all just upgraded our phones to iOS 5? Well, get ready for more features, because iOS 6 is coming to an iPhone near you.
We hear about "social network this" or "cloud-based analytics" that all day long, but sometimes it takes a really innovative thinker to change the way a brick-and-mortar industry works. Today, we take a look at a few companies who are going after markets that may be more inclined to keep a graph-paper spreadsheet than a Google Doc.
In Mark Zuckerberg’s eyes, the Facebook phone might not make sense for his company, but search we can actually expect.
Around the time Facebook announced that it was going public, Zuckerberg uploaded a photo of his desk to, what else, …
Editor's Pick Three startups' apps cover the entire scope of a relationship, from finding one another (I-UM) to dating and sharing sweet nothings (Between) all the way to when you're ready to get married (MerryMarry).
Apple is announcing something at its event Wednesday. We dig into the hype to tell you just what you can expect from the not-so-mysterious announcement.
Last week Anonymous claimed it plucked 12 million unique identifiers associated with iPhones from an FBI laptop. Today, however, a Florida publishing company says it was actually its servers that were hacked.
Anonymous member Topiary, otherwise known by his real name Jake Davis, is out on bail and not allowed to be on the Internet. But, according to him, life is much more fulfilling without it.
Go to Rodworks.com today and you’ll find a company that prides itself on offering a vast selection of unique iron works and home decor. The small store peddles picture frames, racks, and designs you can’t find anywhere else. Step on …
Anyone building a business, listen up: Stanford is offering 16 free, online courses for anyone looking to pick up a few extra skills. The courses include some technology and entrepreneurship-based subjects that could help you get that edge you need.
Google's Project Glass might be the latest form of "walking in someone else's shoes." While it gives us a new way to see the world, it lets outsiders see the world through others' eyes. What better week to see through someone else's eyes than Fashion Week.