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FameBit raises $1.4 million to help YouTubers make money

FameBit raises $1.4 million to help YouTubers make money

Today, FameBit has announced that it has completed a $1.4 million seed round of funding, which will help it scale its team and give more YouTubers the opportunity to make money off their creativity. FameBit.com is a website that YouTubers can access to … Continue reading

Hey, Google: Baidu wants to keep humans in the driverless car equation

Hey, Google: Baidu wants to keep humans in the driverless car equation

Would you prefer to ride in a completely autonomous self-driving car, like Google is building, or one like Chinese search engine Baidu’s semi-autonomous car? Continue reading

Talks to sell IBM’s chip-manufacturing business to Globalfoundries fall apart

Talks to sell IBM’s chip-manufacturing business to Globalfoundries fall apart

IBM’s division is losing money, but it reportedly rejected offer. Continue reading

GameStop: ‘Only 40%’ of customers know ‘we accept trades’ for in-store credit

GameStop: ‘Only 40%’ of customers know ‘we accept trades’ for in-store credit

The gaming retailer says it will continue to work on making customers aware of the used-games program. Continue reading