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Why buy when you can rent? That's the idea behind Le Tote, which offers a subscription rental service that lets you add new pieces to your wardrobe without having to buy them.
San Francisco-based startup Le Tote offers a Netflix-style subscription service for women’s clothing. For $49 a month, customers get a box with a new outfit and accessories that they can keep or exchange as many times as they want.
After CCing instead of BCCing interested parties, the Marshals will still hold the auction
The virtual currency is about to go big-time thanks to the Bitcoin Bowl, which will be held in St. Petersburg, Florida, this December.
Follow along with us as Amazon announces its latest product in Seattle.
Artists are warming up to BitTorrent after the company proves it’s a legitimate distribution platform.
The company wants to control everything bought, sold, and processed -- including mobile payments and even your local babysitter.
Convincing commuters to ditch their cars and travel to work together is a daunting task, so Carma is enlisting outsiders to help.
Facebook is looking to build new messaging experiences for its apps
The new app focused on sharing everyday moments will launch soon, Facebook says.
Uber and Lyft are taking the country by storm, and states are responding with caution.
Looking for a new home for your photos? Canon has a service you might be interested in, but only for up to 10GB of storage for now.
Caught using National Science Foundation-funded supercomputers to generate virtual currency, the researcher received a government-wide ban.
In March, Yahoo said it was coming and now it has. Flickr will soon stop accepting Facebook and Google logins.
Now you can break bread with the strangers whose home you’re renting, but that’ll cost a little more.
Would something like this ever happen in the U.S.? Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales doesn't think so.