The San Francisco startup, which connects borrowers and lenders, plans to use its new funds to expand -- just like its main rival.
"The threat to Apple is that they forget their power and success comes from selling hardware. If Android gets too much unit volume, it's a mistake," McNamee says.
With Easter, Passover, the start of baseball season, we get it -- you're busy. You deserve a break though, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week's top stories from Crave.
Live the dream of sitting in Captain Kirk's chair on the cheap. ThinkGeek's Inflatable Captain's Chair will cradle your behind on a cushion of air.
Peer-to-peer lending system gets a tool to help the banks: a platform to trade small loans as securities.
The men of the 404 are here with Chris Grant from Joystiq.com, who talks with us about Governor Spitzer's resignation, more importantly BioShock's highly anticipated sequel, Xbox 360's price drop overseas, and a Web site for storing files an easier way.
Fan production "Star Trek Continues" re-creates the original series with incredible attention to detail. Crave’s Michael Franco talks with the series creator to see how he’s helping "Trek" live long and prosper.
Apparently feeling some competitive urgency, the dominant peer-to-peer lending company has accelerated its expansion -- and reversed its profitability for now.
Who says whingers never prosper? Samsung is sending free Galaxy S phones to people who complain about their iPhone 4 on Twitter
A recently discovered microbe has DNA unlike any other life form on Earth. It is able to substitute arsenic for phosphorus, and it may help us understand how life could prosper elsewhere.