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October lets 11 public companies borrow money on its platform

French crowd-lending platform October (formerly known as Lendix), wants to educate more people about new ways to borrow money. That’s why the company is launching a project called Grandir Ensemble (grow together). 11 big companies are borrowing €100,000 each on October at a 2.5 percent interest rate. October u… Startups – TechCrunch

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With Ellicott City flood plan in limbo, a developer lets a business owner go rent free for the holidays

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FCC lets U.S. phones access EU satellites for 3-foot location accuracy

Until now, consumer devices sold in the United States have relied on imprecise data from U.S.-developed GPS and Russian GLONASS satellites for location-tracking services, but that’s about to change for the better. The FCC has voted to allow U.S. consumers to access more precise data from European Galileo satellites, improving location accuracy in some cases from prior 10- to 15-foot distances ...

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Rabbit lets you remotely watch online videos with your friends

Rabbit is reminding us all today that it’s fun to watch your favorite shows with your friends. And it’s announcing more ways for you to do it anytime, anywhere, even when you’re not physically together. Rabbit wants to make watching TV and movies more social. It launched in 2015, and has grown on both mobile and web platforms. Today, it ...

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Hiver lets you manage shared email addresses from Gmail

Meet Hiver, a service that lets you collaborate on generic email addresses, such as jobs@yourcompany.com, support@, sales@, etc. Hiver isn’t the only company working on shared inboxes. But compared to Front, everything happens in Gmail directly. To be fair, Front has been doing a fantastic job when it comes to multiplayer email — and the company has been doing great. Front ...

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