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Borrowell publicly launches AI credit monitoring app as it nears one million users BetaKit

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Toronto-based FinTech Borrowell today made its free credit monitoring app widely available on iOS and Android, as it looks to reach new customer bases. One feature of the app, called Molly, is an AI-powered credit coach, designed to make it easier for customers to understand credit scores. "Since we launched free credit scores in 2016, we've seen huge demand from Canadians wanting to learn more about their finances." As BetaKit reported in January, the credit coaching tool was only available at first to existing Borrowell users. Now, the app is available to the masses.


Register for DataScience: Elevate Livestream, Feb 22

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Exclusive: Spurned by Top Lawyers, Trump's Defense Elevates Washington Outsider

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The elevation comes at a crucial time in the Mueller probe, as Trump's team is negotiating the terms under which the president himself may be interviewed. Sekulow is now the last man standing of a trio of personal lawyers hired last spring to assist Trump on the probe. Combative New York lawyer Marc Kasowitz exited the team last summer.


19 items to elevate your binge watching

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If you're sick of the Netflix selection and want access to more independent films and series, AMC's Sundance Now streaming service is worth a look. The monthly service is $7, or $5 per month if you pay for the whole year. You can start with a free seven-day trial and the service is accessible from your smartphone, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and on the web. If you are a scary movie fan, Shudder is another streaming service brought to you by AMC. For $50 annually, you can browse genres or look at curated lists made by your favorite horror film directors.