Seattle-based startup SpaceCurve has received $10 million in a second round of funding to continue work on a database that collects diverse forms of streaming time and location data from mobile phones, social media and sensors to create a picture of how people are relating to their surroundings. The goal of the database is to "deliver this real-time intelligence instantly to identify new opportunities, and support better decisions and more profitable actions," the company said.

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