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Crittercism cuts down on crash reports with new funding

Crittercism, a startup with an unusual name, wants to make sure that app developers can stay on top of their crash reports as they happen. Crittercism officially announced the close of a $5.5 million first round of funding on Friday. The round was led by Bob Borchers from Opus Capital and Jason Pressman from Shasta Ventures with participation from Google Ventures. Read more on VentureBeat: Crittercism gets funding to send real-time crash reports to app developers.

Nanosolar gets $70M for its thin solar cells

Nanosolar announced today it has raised $70 million in equity from new and existing investors OnPoint Technologies, Mohr Davidow Ventures, and Ohana Holdings. The company prints solar cells on sheets of aluminum foil to make them thinner and cheaper than other solar panels. Read more on VentureBeat: Nanosolar slims down solar panels with ultra-thin cells, grabs $70M.

CMP.LY organizes all your disclosures so you don’t get sued

CMP.LY, a company specializing in managing social media disclosures for brands and government agencies, has raised $2.4 million in its first round of funding. Innovation Ventures L.P. and Originate Ventures participated in the round. The company helps businesses disclose important information on social networks and comply with government regulations when sharing data. Read the press release: CMP.LY Announces $2.4M Series A Funding.

DepositPhotos banks stock photos, raises funding

Stock photography site DepositPhotos has raised $2 million from TMT Investments PLC. The company sells stock photography similar to Shutterstock. Read an announcement of the news.

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