"It's like a giant game of Risk," Prince says as he talks about trying to put servers in Turkey, which is hard, and settling for Bulgaria, which is the gateway to the country.
Shockingly, the European Union may turn out to be ordinary Americans' best friend.
Editor's Pick Google filed a petition resisting government requests to provide private information about its users, but last week a U.S. judge rejected the petition and ordered the company to comply with secret demands.
BitSight tells you how at-risk your company is through looking at a variety of data points you already have.
You've heard of fitness trackers for humans, but today one emerged for dogs. It delivers data about your pup's to your phone -- and to your vet's office as well.
Bloomberg is launching a new $75 million venture capital fund to support early-stage companies. The fund will be called Bloomberg Beta and will invest in startups that are "producing insights from data" and "making the experience of work better."
Top-ten-of-everything site Ranker had a novel idea for rating and ranking the best film schools in the country: check which ones graduate the most successful filmmakers.
"Imagine all diagnostics some day being reduced to a simple blood test," said CEO Roopam Banerjee, who believes Raindance products are a "step in that direction."
By take a deep look at people's Facebook habits, Wolfram Alpha makes it clear that most Facebook users lead extremely conventional lives.
Newly-launched startup SRCH2 is not focused on standard web search, a space inhabited by Google and Bing, but is offering a new take on 'enterprise search.'
ElectNext just raised $1.3 million to bring its open political database to the news media.
Evolv's "big data" tech to increase workplace productivity and tenure has attracted the attention of investors.
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"Big data" and analytics startup Sociocast has raised $1 million in new funding, which it will use hire new stuff and to beef up its flagship Prediction API product.
Firebase's cofounder James Tamplin (pictured, left) wants to make the process of developing an app "ten times easier," so he built a product that will do the hard work for you.
The Transporter started as a Kickstarter campaign and is now backed by $6 million in venture capital.
Yandex shut down its social search app today, soon after Facebook pulled the plug on the app's data access.
Facebook updated its Platform Policy today to explain why it shut down data access for social search app Wonder.
Yandex says Facebook is denying the company access to its data shortly after it launched social search app Wonder.
With its acquisition of Degree Compass, well-funded startup Desire2Learn is exploring how predictive analytics can reduce the time it takes for students to graduate college.